Chad Kroeger net worth: Chad Kroeger is a Canadian born rock musician front man for the band Nickelback who has a net worth of $60 million dollars. A musician, songwriter, and singer, Chad Kroeger is the guitarist and lead vocalist for Nickelback. Chad Kroeger also writes, produces, and sings for other artists including Santana, Daughtry, Travis Tritt, Tim McGraw, and Timbaland. In 2012, Chad Kroeger became engaged to fellow Canadian singer Avril Lavigne.
Born Chad Robert Turton on November 15, 1974 in Hanna, Canada, he is best known as lead vocalist and guitarist for the Canadian rock band Nickelback, where he performs alongside brother Mike Kroeger, bassist. Chad learned to play the guitar at age 13 and became a part of a grunge cover band in the early '90s, which also included Nickelback band members Mike Kroeger and Ryan Peake. In 2002, Chad wrote and sang the song Why Don't You & I for Santana's Shaman; however, when Arista decided to release the song as a single in the summer of 2012, Kroeger's label Roadrunner refused to give permission out of concerns that the release would take away from the excitement being generated around Nickelback's fall 2003 release The Long Road. In 2007, Chad again worked with Santana when he co-wrote and recorded vocals for a new song intended for the compilation album Ultimate Santana. Chad has also been known to produce music for other bands, including Default, Theory of a Deadman and Bo Bice.
Chad Kroeger and Canadian/French singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne became involved in a personal relationship after working together on Lavigne's fifth album in March 2012. Kroeger and Lavigne became engaged after only one month of dating and married in the south of France on July 1, 2013, which also happened to be Canada Day.