Billy Gibbons Net Worth

Net Worth: $55 Million
  • Source of Wealth:

    Music, Television
  • Age:

  • Birth Place:

    Houston, Texas, United States
  • Marital Status:

    Married (Gilligan Stillwater)
  • Full Name:

    William Frederick Gibbons
  • Nationality:

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About William Frederick Gibbons

Billy has made a lot of money as the lead guitarist of the rock band, ZZ Top. He has also played the lead role of solo musician and has been a composer of many of the band’s popular songs. Billy is also very popular for the Gretsch Bo guitar play as well as the 1959 Gibson Les Paul guitar, which is socially known as “Pearly Gates”. The range of his bass mode is one of the most famous ranges in rock music. He follows a style that is called the Mexican peso coin. Multiple pinch forms the part of his many popular compositions, particularly the solos.

William Frederick Gibbons was born on December 16, 1949 in Houston, Texas. He has appeared in many movies such as, “Stars and Their Guitars: A History of the Electric Guitar” and also in “You're Gonna Miss Me”. His wealth has been amassed from much recognition he has received throughout his career.

Billy Gibbons’ father was also a famous composer who has worked with great art directors of the era like Cedric Gibbons – his second cousin. Gibbons has a great role on the TV series Bones from FOX network. In this show, he plays a version of the great composer himself, as the father of Colin’s character, Angela Pearly Montenegro. The character's middle name is the same as Gibbons' Les Paul guitar. Gibbons' personality is incredibly cautious of his little girl, and he often "threatens" or "haunts" Port Hodgins.

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Earnings 2014

Record Sales 2014
Estimated record sales from the compilation album, The Very Baddest of ZZ Top in UK (60,000 copies)

Earnings 2012

Record Sales 2012
Estimated record sales of the album, La Futura in Germany (100,000 copies)
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