Mark Lindsay Net Worth
Mark Lindsay Net Worth: Mark Lindsay is an American musician who has a net worth of $2 million. Born on March 9, 1942, in Eugene, Oregon, Mark Lindsay is best known as the lead singer of the seminal 60's garage rock band, Paul Revere & the Raiders. Lindsay was only fifteen years old when he first started performing with local bands that played local venues. Thus, he got tapped to sing in bands like Freddy Chapman and the Idaho Playboys. In 1958, Lindsay moved to Caldwell, Idaho, where he got acquainted with the early band of Revere's. In less than no time, he was asked to replace singer Red Hughes and soon he also started to perform as its saxophonist. With Mark Lindsay on board, the group became one of the most popular in its region and ultimately one of the most popular in the USA. In addition, he worked together with Keith Allison and Steve Alaimo, as the Unknowns, a collaboration that resulted in three singles. While being at the helm of the Raiders, Lindsay was involved in more side projects, eventually going solo in 1969. However, he spent some time working both as a soloist and the Raiders' singer. His first solo single for Columbia Records was a Jimmy Webb composition titled "First Hymn From Grand Terrace", which failed to reach the charts. It was his follow-up track, "Arizona", that marked the true start of his solo success by reaching #10 in the USA and remaining his most successful solo single to date. Lindsay followed the pattern of performing on and off with the Raiders, while his solo career was on the rise until 1975. Lindsay went on to record solo singles for a few years (for Warner Bros., Elka and Greedy Records) and also contributed to the recordings of artists like Gerry Rafferty (on "Baker Street"), Kenny Rogers, among others. Lindsay's latest album, "Life Out Loud", was released via Bongo Boy Records in 2013.
|Net Worth:||$2 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Mar 9, 1942 (78 years old)|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.9 m)|
|Profession:||Musician, Singer, Actor, Film Score Composer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|