Steve Winwood net worth: Voted as one of greatest singers of all time by Rolling Stone magazine, Steve Winwood must be sitting pretty with a net worth of $15 million. Steve Winwood's lucrative career as a singer spans from over 50 years. He is also a notable producer and songwriter. While still a student, Winwood played with notable singers including Muddy Waters, B.B. King and Chuck Berry on their UK tour. By the age of 14, Winwood joined The Spencer Davis Group along with his older brother. The group went on to have a number one on hit, Keeping on Running. Winwood co-wrote and produced hits, Gimme Some Lovin' and I am a Man. The rock legend left the Spencer Davis Group to form the group Traffic, where he formed a writing partnership with fellow band member Jim Capaldi. Together they produced a string of hits, including Paper Sun and The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys. Winwood then went on to form the short-lived 'supergroup' Blind Faith, alongside Eric Clapton. After Blind Faith, Winwood went solo, producing hits albums, Arc of a Diver (1980) and Talking Back to the Night (1982). His hit single, Higher Love, earned him two Grammy Awards. In recent years, Winwood continues to produce string of hits and in 2004 a version of Winwood's 1982 song, Valerie (re-recorded by Eric Prydz) spent five weeks at number one on the UK singles charts.