Jeff Lynne Net Worth

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Jeff Lynne net worth:
$50 Million

Jeff Lynne net worth: Jeff Lynne is an English composer, songwriter, arranger, singer, producer, and musician who has a net worth of $50 million dollars. Jeff Lynne was born in Shard End, Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, UK, and began playing the guitar when he was a child. His father purchased his first guitar for him for 2 GBP. He played this same guitar until 2012. He formed his first band in 1963, and for the next few years, he would bounce from group to group. In the mid-60s, he began laying the groundwork for his own studio. He released two critically acclaimed albums as a member of the group, The Nightriders, but the band never took off. He then joined the Move, which later splintered off into the group known as The Electric Light Orchestra. As the only remaining original member of The Electric Light Orchestra, he has become famous for his lush compositions and creative sound. He has also written and/or produced hit tracks for such artists as Paul McCartney, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, and Ringo Starr. He co-founded the group The Traveling Wilburys with George Harrison. The Washington Post named him the 4th Greatest Record Producer in Music History. Jeff produced all 15 singles that broke the Top 10 of record charts.

Jeff Lynne Net Worth

Jeff Lynne

Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:1947-12-30
Gender:Male
Profession:Singer, Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Songwriter, Guitarist, Keyboard Player, Composer, Musician, Multi-instrumentalist, Actor
Nationality:England
Last Updated:2019
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