Grace Slick Net Worth: Grace Slick is an American musician and model who has a net worth of $20 million. Born in Highland Park, Illinois, in 1939, Grace Slick studied at Finch College and later the University of Miami before starting her music career. She and her husband at the time, Jerry Slick, formed their own band in 1964. The group, The Great Society, gained notoriety in the San Francisco area. Soon after, Slick was asked to join the Jefferson Airplane as a singer. She recorded several songs with the band, including "Lather", "Greasy Heart", and tracks off the "Surrealistic Pillow" album. After the band broke up, she became part of Jefferson Starship and worked on her solo career. Slick released four solo albums between 1973 and 1984, with her most popular U.S. release, "Dreams", coming in 1980. It climbed to number 32 on the Billboard charts. Slick was part of three albums with The Great Society, ten with Jefferson Airplane, seven with Jefferson Starship, two with Starship, and four with Paul Kantner. Slick is considered to be one of the pioneering female rock stars and held the honor of becoming the oldest female singer to top the Billboard Hot 100 charts with 1985's "We Built This City" until Cher's "Believe" earned the number one spot in 1999. Slick was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996. Three years later, she was considered one of the 100 greatest women of rock 'n' roll by VH1. Slick has been married twice, with her first union to Jerry Slick ending in 1971. Her second marriage to Skip Johnson lasted from 1976 until 1994. Her only child came from a relationship with fellow Jefferson Airplane guitarist Paul Kantner.
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Date of Birth
Singer, Songwriter, Singer-songwriter, Actor, Model, Visual Artist, Painter, Illustrator, Musician
United States of America
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Grace Barnett Wing, Slick, Grace, Jefferson Airplane, The Jefferson Airplane, Gracie Slick, The Acid Queen, The Chrome Nun
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