What is Bob Seger’s Net Worth?
Bob Seger has an estimated net worth of $60 million dollars.
|Celebrated Name:||Bob Seger|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Robert Clark Seger|
|Age:||77 years old|
|Birth Date:||6 May 1945|
|Birth Place:||Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Juanita Dorricott (m. 1993), Annette Sinclair (m. 1987–1988), Renee Andrietti (m. 1968–1969)|
|Children:||Yes (Christopher Cole Seger, Samantha Char Seger)|
|Profession:||American singer, songwriter, and musician|
|Net Worth in 2023:||$60 million dollars.|
Robert Clark Seger, better known as Bob Seger, was born in Detroit, Michigan, on May 6, 1945. He was raised by his parents, Charlotte and Stewart Segar, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has one older brother named George. Seger was exposed to music at a very early age thanks to his father, a medical technician for the Ford Motor Company who happened to also play several instruments. However, his father left the family when Segar was just ten years old, and moved to California. The departure of his father had a great impact on the family, plunging them into financial difficulty while he was growing up. Segar briefly attended Lincoln Park High School, then attended Pioneer High School (at the time named Ann Arbor High School), where he ran track and field. He graduated from high school in 1963.
Seger was married to Renee Andrietti in 1968, and their marriage lasted “one day short of a year”. Then, from 1972 to 1983, he was in a long-term relationship with Jan Dinsdale. His second marriage was to Annette Sinclair; it was almost as short as his first. They married in 1987, and divorced a year later. His third wife is Juanita Dorricott. They married in 1993, and have two children together.
His main residence is located in Orchard Lake Village, Michigan, a Detroit suburb. Bob’s main house is a 20,000 square-foot lakefront mansion on 4+ acres that he custom built in 2009.
Segar first began performing music in public in 1961, as a member of the three-piece band the Decibels. He played guitar, piano, and keyboards, and was also responsible for vocals. His bandmates were Pete Stanger (guitar) and H.B. Hunter (drums), and they were all high school classmates. Following the disbandment of the Decibels, Seger became the lead singer of the four-piece band the Town Criers. Through the Town Criers’ gigs, Seger met musician Doug Brown, who performed with his backing band The Omens. He then left the Town Criers to join Doug Brown & The Omens.
Although he had previously recorded some material with his early bands, it was with Doug Brown & The Omens that Seger made his first appearance on an officially released recording—the single “TGIF” (1965). It was also while he was with Doug Brown & The Omens that Seger met Edward “Punch” Andrews, the man that would become his longtime manager. Seger left the band to record his song “East Side Story” on his own, released it with Hideout Records in 1966 under the name Bob Seger and the Last Heard. This track helped him land a recording contract with Cameo-Parkway Records. He released four more singles, all with Cameo-Parkway, and the single “Heavy Music” (1967) performed particularly well, barely missing out on the Hot 100 chart and peaking at No. 103.