Pete Townshend Net Worth

Net Worth: $105 Million
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  • Birth Place:

    Chiswick, London, England
  • Marital Status:

    In a relationship (Rachel Fuller)
  • Full Name:

    Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend
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About Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend

Pete Townshend has an estimated net worth of $105 million.

Pete Townshend was the guitarist and primary songwriter for The Who from 1964 to 1982, also participating in the group's occasional reunions after its formal breakup. Best-known for his conceptual works, he wrote Tommy and Quadrophenia for the band, as well as the bulk of its other material.

He made his first, tentative solo album, Who Came First, in 1972. Dedicated to his guru, Meher Baba, it continued themes pursued in Who's Next and like that album, contained material originally intended for an abortive conceptual work, Lifehouse, and it sold modestly. In 1976, he made a duo album, Rough Mix, with Ronnie Lane, formerly the bassist in the Small Faces. Townshend's first full-fledged solo effort was Empty Glass (1980), which sold a million copies, reached the Top Five, and featured the Top Ten hit "Let My Love Open the Door," as well as the minor hits "A Little Is Enough" and "Rough Boys".

He followed it in 1982 with All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes, which was less successful. Nevertheless, he felt he could no longer write for The Who, and at the end of the year, the group disbanded following a North American tour. Townshend released Scoop, a two-disc compilation of demos, in 1983 (a second volume appeared in 1987).

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Earnings 2012

Record Sales 2012
Estimated earnings from the compilation album Pinball Wizard: The Collection with the English rock band, The Who (certified gold by BPI)

Earnings 2006

Record Sales 2006
Estimated earnings from the album Endless Wire with the English rock band, The Who (certified gold by BPI)
Record Sales 2006
Estimated earnings from the concert album The Vegas Job with the English rock band, The Who (certified platinum by RIAA, and gold by Music Canada and BPI)
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