Published On: Mon, Sep 25th, 2017

Bruce Springsteen Net Worth; How Much Is Bruce Springsteen Net Worth?

Bruce Springsteen Net Worth in 2018: $460 million

Bruce Springsteen is well known for his work with E Street Band, he is an American musician, singer, song writer, film producer, composer, record producer and actor; his total net worth according to different estimates is $460 million in 2017.


The American musician Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen was born on September 23, 1949 in Long Branch, New Jersey to Douglas Frederick Springsteen and Adele Ann; in his childhood age he was interested to play guitar while he was dropped out,

In 1964 he purchased his first guitar for $18, later with his band Rogues at local venues, he started to play and now he is known as one of the best musicians in the world.

In his early days of career, he worked with many bands but didn’t get well success, he signed a first recording contract with Columbia Records in 1972.

He released his first two albums through this platform with name Greetings from Ashbury Park, N.J.” and “The Wild, The Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle”.

but they failed to get world attention and when he released his third album “Born to Run”, he got commercially massive success.

According to an estimate, Bruce has earned about $120 million from his albums, he has released 16 albums while 7 of them were on top at US charts.

In 2014 from High Hopes Tour he got $44 million while his Born in the U.S.A. album gave him $18 million in records and in ticket sales he got $80 million.

Estimates show that only in 2016 he has earned about $60.5 million, in his career Bruce has received many awards like Academy Award, American Music Awards, BRIT Awards, Golden Globe Awards, 20 Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards and now his total net worth is $460 million.

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