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Award winning English songwriter and musician Steve Winwood has an estimated net worth of $15 million. He brought in his net worth through music whose genres contain blue-eyed soul, R&B, rock, blues-rock, pop rock and jazz. He’s a celebrated producer and also a star performer for almost 50 years. He’s additionally a multi instrumentalist who plays the electric organ, synthesizers, bass guitar, drums, guitar, mandolin, violin and other strings.
Steve Winwood Net Worth $15 Million
When Steve Winwood was young, he was already interested in swing and Dixieland jazz. He began playing drums, guitar and piano as a lad. In the age of eight, he had his first performance as well as his father and older brother Muff Winwood in the Ron Atkinson Band. He was a choirboy at St. John’s Church Perry Barr and he afterwards confessed that he has sneaked a few plays of the electric organ there.
In 2004, a 1982 version of Winwood’s song Valerie that was re-recorded by Eric Prydz, spend five weeks at number one in the united kingdom singles charts. He was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a part of Traffic in the exact same year. He was honored as a BMI Icon in 2005 at the annual BMI London Awards. The Rolling Stone magazine has ranked him #33 in its 100 Best Vocalists Ever.
While Steve Winwood was still a student at the Great Barr School, he’d already played with celebrated vocalists including Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, T-Bone Walker, Howlin’ Wolf, B.B. King, Sonny Boy Williamson II, Eddie Boyd, Otis Junk, Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley in their UK tour. As well as his older brother, he joined The Spencer Davis Band at the age of 14. The group had a number one hit, Keeping on Running. He co-wrote and produced hits such as Gimme Some Lovin’ and I am a Man. They made a string of hits like Paper and Sun and also The Low Discharge f High-Heeled Boys. He went to form the short-lived supergroup Blind Faith along with Eric Clapton. He went solo and made hit records Arc of a Diver (1980) and Talking Back to the Night (1982). He earned two Grammy Awards with his hit single Higher Love.