Jerry Garcia


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Jerry Garcia was born on the 1st August 1942, in San Francisco, California USA, of British and Spanish ancestry, and passed away on the 9th August 1995 in Forest Knolls, California. He was a musician – singer, songwriter, and guitarist, best known for being a co-founder of the rock band The Grateful Dead. His career in the entertainment industry was active from 1960 to 1995.Have you ever wondered how rich Jerry Garcia was? Sources estimated that Garcia counted his net worth at the impressive amount of $40 million – obviously, most of his income was the result of his successful career as a musician. Over the course of his career, he collaborated with numerous musicians, including Tom Fogerty, Pete Sears, Bruce Hornsby, Art Garfunkel, and many others, and this also contributed to the overall size of his wealth.

Full Name Jerry Garcia
Net Worth $40 Million
Date Of Birth 1st August 1942, in San Francisco, California USA
Died 9th August 1995 in Forest Knolls, California
Height 1.78 m
Profession Musician, singer, songwriter, guitarist
Education San Francisco Art Institute, Analy High School
Nationality American
Spouse Deborah Koons (m. 1994 – 1995), Carolyn Garcia (m. 1981 – 1994), Manasha Matheson (m. 1990 – 1993)
Children Theresa Adams Garcia, Keelin Noel Garcia, Heather Garcia, Annabelle Walker Garcia,
Parents Jose Ramon Garcia, Ruth Marie Clifford
Siblings Clifford Ramon Garcia
Record Labels Rhino, Arista, Warner Bros., Acoustic Disc, Grateful Dead
Albums “Garcia” (1972), “Aoxomoxoa” (1969), “Workingsman’s Dead” (1970), “American Beauty” (1970), “Steal Your Face” (1976), “Not for Kids Only” (1993), “How Sweet It Is” (1997), “The Pizza Tapes” (2000), “Well-Matched: The Best of Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia” (2006), In The Dark (1987), Without A Net (1990)
Music Groups Chords, Warlocks, The Grateful Dead,
Nominations “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” (Rolling Stone’s magazine), Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1994)
Movies “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” (1977)