Mike Love Net Worth

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Mike Love Net Worth:
$80 Million

Mike Love net worth: Mike Love is an American musician, singer, songwriter and activist who has a net worth of $80 million. He is most-famous for co-founding The Beach Boys and today is legally the only person allowed to tour using the band's name.

Early Life: Mike Love was born on March 15, 1941 in Hawthorne, California. Love grew up spending time with his uncle, Murry Wilson, and singing with the Wilson family. Murry Wilson was the father of future Beach Boys band members Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson.

Mike would go on to become part of the immensely popular band, The Beach Boys. He sang lead vocals on many of their early hits, including "Surfin' Safari", "Surfin' USA", "Shut Down", "Dance, Dance, Dance", and "California Girls". He also co-wrote most of their songs with Brian Wilson. He was known for his nasal vocal tone and for his interest and devotion to Transcendental Meditation. Though he attempted to launch a solo career after the dissolution of The Beach Boys, he was largely unsuccessful. He currently tours with The Beach Boys, which is made up of an entirely new group of musicians, except for him. He has been in and out of court over the years due to disputes about the ownership and authorship of many of The Beach Boys songs. He was eventually awarded co-credit on many of the group's biggest hits. He also won the right to be the only person who can tour under "The Beach Boys" name.

Mike's brother Stan Love is a retired NBA player. Stan's son NBA star Kevin Love.

Mike Love Net Worth

Mike Love

Net Worth:$80 Million
Date of Birth:Mar 15, 1941 (80 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession:Singer, Songwriter
Nationality:United States of America
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