Joe Cocker

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John Robert “Joe” Cocker was born on the 20th of May 1944, in Sheffield, West Yorkshire, England, and was an English rock and soul singer, widely acknowledged as ‘one of the voices of rock’, who rose to fame in the 1960s. He passed away in 2014.Best known for performing cover songs, how rich was Joe Cocker? Sources estimate his net worth was at $60 million dollars, earned during his more than 50-year career in the music industry.

Full Name Joe Cocker
Net Worth $60 Million
Date Of Birth May 20, 1944, Sheffield, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
Died December 22, 2014 (aged 70), Crawford, Colorado, United States
Height 1.74 m
Profession Singer, musician
Education Sheffield Central Technical School
Nationality British
Spouse Pam Baker (1987-2014)
Parents Harold Cocker, Madge Cocker, You Are So Beautiful, You Can Leave Your Hat On, Up Where We Belong
Siblings Victor Cocker
Partner Eileen Webster (1963-1976)
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/joecockerofficial
IMDB www.imdb.com/name/nm0168312
Allmusic www.allmusic.com/artist/joe-cocker-mn0000149515
Awards Bronze Sheffield Legends plaque (2008), Order of the British Empire (OBE) (2007), Goldene Kamera (1996, 2013)
Record Labels Regal Zonophone, A&M, Capitol, EMI, Decca Records
Albums Fire it up Live (2013, Cologne’s Lanxess Arena), Fire it up (2012), Stingray (1976), With a Little Help from My Friends (1969), Luxury You Can Afford (1978), Hymn for My Soul (2009), Unchain My Heart (1987)
Music Groups The Grease Band (1966-1969), The Cavaliers, The Avengers, The Hollies, The Rolling Stones, Joe Cocker’s Blues Band
Nominations Brit Award for Best British Male (1993), Grammy Award for Best Solo Rock Vocal Performance/Best Male Rock Vocal Performance (1988-1991), Echo, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Movies “An Officer and a Gentleman”, ”The Wonder Years”
TV Shows Loreley Open Air Theatre in Sankt Goarshausen (2013), London’s Royal Albert Hall (1988), New York’s Madison Square Garden (1983), Mad Dogs and Englishmen Tour (1970-1971)

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