Don Felder Net Worth

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Don Felder net worth:
$60 Million

Don Felder net worth: Don Felder is an American musician and songwriter who has a net worth of $60 million dollars. Born in Gainesville, Florida, Don Felder began playing guitar when he was in elementary school, and formed his first band when he was in high school. He played with future band mate, Bernie Leadon, in a band in Florida, and then had his first taste of musical success, performing with the group the Maundy Quintet. He soon relocated to New York, where he performed and recorded with the improvisational rock group, Flow, and then moved to Boston to work at a recording studio. He met the members of The Eagles in the early 70s through Bernie Leadon, and in 1974, he was invited to perform on one of their tracks. Don was eventually invited to join the group. in 1976, Felder wrote the group's most successful song, "Hotel California". After they broke up, he launched a moderately successful solo career, and he released his most recent solo album in late 2012. Felder also has a Kardashian connection through his ex-wife Susan. Don and Susan divorced in 2000 after 29 years of marriage. They had four children together. Their daughter Leah Felder is married to Brandon Jenner. Brandon is the son of Caitlyn Jenner and actress Linda Thompson. Brandon's step-mother is Kris Kardashian.

Don Felder Net Worth

Don Felder

Guitarist
Date of Birth
Sep 21, 1947 (68 years old)
Profession
Guitarist, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Donald William Felder, Felder, Don
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