John McVie Net Worth

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John McVie net worth:
$50 Million

John McVie net worth: John McVie is a British bass guitar player who has a net worth of $50 million dollars. John McVie is best known for playing with the bands John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers and Fleetwood Mac, the latter of which received far more publicity and success. It's also said that McVie's last name served as inspiration for the band's name – Mac – along with fellow member Mick Fleetwood. McVie joined the band just after former guitar player, Peter Green formed the band in 1967, and after the departure of temporary player, Bob Brunning. After just a year with the band, McVie married Christine Perfect, who was also a musician, having played the piano and sang blues style music for years prior. She then subsequently joined the band two years later. In 1998, McVie was honored for his music with the band by receiving an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The couple later divorced in 1976. McVie remarried in 1978 after having met Julie Ann Reubens. In 1987 he experienced an alcohol-induced seizure, which caused him to quit drinking. This was after a long-fought battle with drinking, which is also listed as one of the causes as his split and subsequent divorce from Perfect. His daughter, Molly, was born in 1989.

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John McVie Net Worth

John McVie

Musician
Date of Birth
Nov 26, 1945 (70 years old)
Profession
Musician, Bassist
Nationality
United Kingdom
Nicknames
McVie, John, John Graham McVie, Fleetwood Mac
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