Jools Holland net worth

Jools Holland net worth

Net Worth: $2 Million

About Jools Holland

Jools Holland net worth

It has been reported that the overall amount of Jools Holland net worth is as high as 2 million dollars, as of right now. Jools Holland is a well known person in the music industry, where he is a singer, piano player, composer and bandleader. In addition to his work in music, Jools Holland is a TV personality. This career has also added up to the overall estimate of Jools Holland net worth. Jools Holland belonged to the group called Squeeze. Jools Holland has also worked with many other artists, including Bono, Eric Clapton, Sting, David Gilmour, Mark Knopfler and George Harrison. In 1992, he got his own show on BBC2 called “Later… with Jools Holland”, which was based on music. The show has increased the total size of Jools Holland net worth, as well.
Jools Holland has appeared in many other TV shows as well as radio shows. Also, he is an author. In 2007, he published his autobiography called “Barefaced Lies and Boogie Woogie Boasts”. BBC Radio 4 titled his book as the “Book of the Week”. In 2004, Jools Holland worked with Tom Jones to release a traditional RnB album.

He has his own show on BBC Radio 2 called “Jools Holland”. Thus, all of these involvements have also increased the total sum of Jools Holland net worth.
He was born in 1958. Jools Holland was studying at Shooters Hill Grammar School, from which he was eventually expelled because of breaking his teacher’s Triumph Herald.
In 1976, he began his career in music as a session musician with Wayne County & the Electric Chairs. In 1974, he formed his own group called Squeeze. Millions of copies of the group’s albums have been sold.
After the group disbanded, he began his solo work. In 1978, Jools Holland released his first solo EP called “Boogie Woogie ’78”. In the period of 1981-1984, he released a couple of singles. Then, he started his career on TV when he was chosen as a co-host of the show called “The Tube”. In 1985, his previous group, Squeeze, reunited and he became a keyboard player of the band. In 1990, he left the band in order to focus on his work as a solo act and a TV show host.
In 1987, he started another group called the Jools Holland Big Band. Starting in 1988, he became a host and musician on the NBC show called “Sunday Night”. All of this work not only made him more known, but also increased the overall amount of Jools Holland net worth.
In 1996, Jools Holland signed a contract with Warner Bros. Recordings. Currently, his records are released by Rhino Records. Now, he has his own touring group called the Rhythm and Blues Orchestra. In 2005, he appeared with this band at the Tsunami Relief Cardiff. In 2012, he was invited to perform at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert. Thus, all of these appearances made his name even more recognized in the United Kingdom and elsewhere in the world.

Now you have an idea why Jools Holland net worth is this huge

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