Mick Taylor net worth: Mick Taylor is an English musician with an estimated net worth of $300 thousand dollars. Born in Welwyn Garden City, England, Mick Taylor grew up in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England, and began playing guitar when he was in elementary school. He began playing in various bands during high school, and one night while out with friends, he offered to replace Eric Clapton, when the famed guitarist did not show up for a gig with the band, The Bluesbreakers. He played well, and a year later, he was asked to join the group permanently. He played with the band for the next three years. He was then invited to join the Rolling Stones, and performed with the band from 1969 to 1974. His contribution to the band's sound during that time is considered by many to be the most important period of musical growth for the group. He continues to appear as a guest artist at many of their concerts, and has recorded additional tracks with them over the years. He has released two solo albums, and has been a guest performer for literally hundreds of tracks throughout his career. Recently, Mick Taylor announced he was nearly broke and was going to pursue legal action against his former band mates. He claimed that The Stones had withheld millions of dollars worth of royalties that he earned over the last 20 years.
Michael Kevin "Mick" Taylor is an English musician, he is best known as a former member of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and the Rolling Stones. "He is regarded by many Stones aficionados as the best guitarist ever to play with the band, and appeared on some of their classic a...
Date of Birth
- January 17, 1949
- Michael Kevin Taylor
- Taylor, Mick
- Little Mick
- The Rolling Stones
- Michael Kevin "Mick" Taylor
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