Joan Jett Net Worth is $7 Million (as of 2020)
As for the day Joan Jett net worth is estimated at $7 million dollars. This may not be the most impressive sum, but it belongs to one of the most impressive women in the rock‘n roll scene ever. Todd Aaron Jensen, writing for Biography.com has recently described her professional career as a „ perfect collision of brass-knuckled trouble, punk rock sass, leather-clad sneers, indelible riffs, and perfect melodies” and I could not agree more. But let’s discuss her achievements in greater detail and see how Joan Jett net worth reached millions of dollars.
|Net Worth:||$7 Million|
|Age:||64 years old|
|Height:||5 ft 5 in (1.66 m)|
|Date of birth:||Sep 22, 1958|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Occupation:||Singer, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Guitarist, Actor, Record producer, Film Producer|
The millionaire was born in Pennsylvania and attended high school in Maryland. According to her, it was her parents who made it possible for her to become a world-famous musician. It was them who got Joan her first guitar and paid for the lessons. True, the teenager quit the lessons pretty soon, because the teacher kept trying to teach her folk songs, but it was the parents effort that mattered. In one of her interviews Jett has also expressed gratitude for her father, for tolerating her choice of rock’n roll even though he hated this genre, The support of her parents, who supported her throughout the career was extremely important for the singer and this is one of the reasons why it was so hard to her to make her peace with their departure in the 2000s. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves and take a closer look at her career beginnings.
Joan Jett net worth shot to the skies in the early 1980s, as two of her albums, Bad Reputation and I Love Rock’n Roll reached the stores. While the first of these albums received relatively little attention, the second was a real hit. The title song “I Love Rock’n Roll” topped Billboard Hot 100 from March 20 to May 1, 1982. Mostly due to the success of this hit, the album itself topped RPM100 Albums (Canada), New Zealand Albums Chart and peaked at No. 2 on Billboard 200 (USA). Eventually it was certified Platinum in the United States and 2 x Platinum in Canada. Since then the singer has released only one album which experienced a similar commercial success: Up Your Alley in 1988. Meanwhile the last of her albums, Unvarnished, barely got into top 50 on Billboard 200. But it is not the sales and Jaon Jett net worth that matters to her the most. The singer need to feel the connections with the audience and live concerts is the way to do it: “The live show really needs to be there for people to experience music the way I think, ultimately, it should be experienced —person to person, collectively in a group, live. You make records so people can take the music home with them and stuff, but it’s really about playing live for me” – said the singer for Rolling Stone.