Mark Chesnutt Net Worth
Mark Chesnutt net worth: Mark Chesnutt is an American country music singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $3 million. Mark Chesnutt was born in Beaumont, Texas in September 1963. His debut studio album Doing My Country Thing was released in 1988. Chesnutt released the album Too Cold at Home in 1990 which reached #12 on the US Country chart.
His album Longnecks & Short Stories was released in 1992 and reached #5 on the Canadian Country chart and #9 on the US Country chart. Mark Chesnutt released the album Almost Goodbye in 1993 which reached #6 on the US Country chart and #6 on the Canadian County chart. He released the albums What a Way to Live in 1994, Wings in 1995, and Thank God for Believers in 1997. His album I Don't Want to Miss a Thing was released in 1999 and reached #6 on the US and Canadian Country charts. Mark Chesnutt released the albums Lost in the Feeling in 2000, Mark Chesnutt in 2002, Savin' the Honky Tonk in 2004, Heard It in a Love Song in 2006, Rollin' with the Flow in 2008, Outlaw in 2010, Tradition Lives in 2016, Duets in 2017, and The Early Years in 2017. He has had several #1 singles including "Brother Jukebox", "I'll Think of Something", "It Sure Is Monday", "I Just Wanted you To Know" "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing", and more.
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