Leslie West Net Worth: Leslie West is an American guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist who has a net worth of $2.5 million dollars. Born Leslie Weinstein in New York City, New York on October 22, 1945, West is best known for playing in the rock group, Mountain. He has been active in the music industry since 1965 and has been associated with labels such as Sony, Blues Bureau International, and Lightyear. West made his career beginnings with a band called The Vagrants that had minor success on the east coast in the 1960s. It was in 1969 that West united with Pappalardi to form the band Mountain as a pioneering hard rock act. He has since seen the release of 15 studio albums with the band. For his incredible guitar playing skills, he got recognized by Joey Ramone as "one of the top five players of his era." West's most popular and favored guitar is a Gibson Les Paul Jr. with P-90 pickups. He uses Sunn Amplifiers, which helped contribute to his unique sound. Other notable instruments include a Dean Leslie West signature model and an Electra signature MPC model. West received a sponsorship from Carlsboro Amps in 2005 and also uses Buddha Amplification and Marshall Amplifiers. Some of his most used effects include the delay, chorus and octaver.
Leslie West Net Worth
Date of Birth
Oct 22, 1945 (70 years old)
Songwriter, Musician, Guitarist
United States of America
5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Leslie Weinstein, West, Leslie
MASSIVE Payday May Bring Floyd Mayweather Out Of Retirementon May 2, 2016
UFC Owners Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta Are About To Make Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollarson Apr 29, 2016
Penny Hardaway Is Absolutely Crushing His "Retirement" Yearson Apr 29, 2016
Saudi Arabia's $2 Trillion Push to End Oil Dependencyon May 2, 2016
The Top 10 College Majors Of Billionaireson May 2, 2016
Prince's Family Heads To Court Over $300 Million Net Worthon May 2, 2016
An Inappropriate Tweet Cost Laremy Tunsil $8-13 Million At The NFL Drafton Apr 29, 2016
Chobani Founder Does It Again: Employee Stock Deal Could Make Some Of Them Millions!on May 1, 2016
The Billionaire Developer Who Changed The Way Southern Californians Shopon May 2, 2016
Led Zeppelin Headed To Trial Over Stairway To Heaven Plagiarism Accusationson May 1, 2016
All net worths are calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm. The results are then fact checked and confirmed by a team of editors. We scan all publicly available data and resources and work diligently to ensure that our numbers are the most accurate and up to date net worth data you will find anywhere on the internet.
Did we make a mistake?
Submit a correction suggestion and help us fix it!Submit a Correction
Have something to add to this net worth? Share it by adding comments below.
- These Are The World's 10 Wealthiest Real Estate TycoonsReal estate is almost always a good investment and these 10 people prove that. They are the wealthiest real estate tycoons in the world, with a combined net worth of $123 billion. They have made the bulk of their net worth from real estate development, management, and/or investment.
- Billionaire Roundup: Shenanigans, Bamboozling, And Other Problems Of The 1%As the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign marches on, more and more bizarre things keep happening. Billionaire George Soros has been analyzing China's economy and he notices a troubling pattern, and remember when Sheldon Adelson bought the Las Vegas Review Journal and people started freaking out? Well now one respected columnist has a real reason to worry.
- Original Handwritten "Laws of Base Ball" Sold For $3.26 Million At AuctionThe documents dating back to the 1800s and now known as the "Laws of Base Ball" are now an incredibly valuable historical object, having fetched $3.26 million at auction over the weekend.
- Millionaire Coal Baron Gets One-Year Prison Sentence for Mine Safety ConspiracyThe millionaire former-CEO of a coal mining company was recently sentenced to a one-year prison term and a $250,000 fine after he was found guilty of violating mine safety standards. In 2010, an explosion linked to unsafe working conditions in one of his company's mines killed 29 workers.