Dan Auerbach Net Worth

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Dan Auerbach net worth:
$20 Million

Dan Auerbach net worth: Dan Auerbach is an American musician who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Born in Akron, Ohio, Dan Auerbach grew up in a musical family and was a fan of the blues when he was a child. He went on to college, but was more focused on his guitar, and did not do particularly well at school. He performed with a band called the Barnburners, and then co-founded The Black Keys, with his friend, Patrick Carney. He has released one solo album. He has also released eight studio albums with The Black Keys, two EPs, 20 singles and a live album. Four of his albums with The Black Keys have achieved Gold or Platinum status, and in 2013, The Black Keys won three Grammy Awards, including "Best Rock Album", for their 2011 release, "El Camino", and "Best Rock Song" for "Lonely Boy". He also won "Producer of the Year – Non-Classical" at the same ceremony. Dan released a solo album in 2009 titled "Keep it Hid" and another solo album in 2017 in 2017 titled, "Waiting on a Song". In 2015 he launched a side project band called the Arcs. He has also produced and otherwise contributed to dozens of singles and albums from other artists. Dan was married to Stephanie Gonis until 2013. They have one daughter together. He married Jen Goodall in 2015.

Dan Auerbach Net Worth

Dan Auerbach

Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:May 14, 1979 (40 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession:Guitarist, Songwriter, Musician, Singer, Record producer
Nationality:United States of America
Last Updated:2018
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