Paul Brandt Net Worth
Paul Brandt Net Worth: Paul Brandt is a Canadian country music artist who has a net worth of $10 million. Paul Brandt was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in July 1972. His first performance was singing "Amazing Grace" at his high school. Brandt worked as a pediatric nurse when he caught his big break in the music industry. His 1996 single "My Heart Has a History" helped him become the first Canadian male country singer with a song in the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in the United States since 1974. Brandt's debut studio album Calm Before the Storm was released in 1996 on Reprise Records. The album was certified 3x Platinum in Canada and Gold in the United States. It peaked at #1 on the Canadian Country and #14 on the US Country charts. The album also contained the #1 Canadian Country singles "I Do", "I Meant to Do That", and "Take It from Me". Brandt's second album Outside the Frame released in 1997 and his third album That's the Truth released in 1999 both reached #1 on the Canadian Country chart. The albums contained the #1 hit singles "A Little in Love" and "That's the Truth". Brandt has released a total of seven studio albums and two Holiday albums. He had a #1 hit single on the Canadian Country charts in 2001 with "Canadian Man" off the Small Towns and Big Dreams album. Brandt has won many awards from the Canadian Country Music Awards, GMA Canada Covenant Awards, and Juno Awards.