Rod Stewart Net Worth

How much is Rod Stewart worth?

275M

Medium Confidence

213.1M

336.9M

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By Matthew Taylor

Updated December 5, 2021

Sir Roderick David Stewart is a British rock and pop singer, songwriter, and record producer. In 2021, Rod Stewart's net worth is estimated to be 275 million dollars.

Born on 10th January, 1945 in the family of a British serviceman William Stewart and Margaret Stewart. He was born in Dumbarton, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. His father used to work as an airman at RAF Cardonald near Glasgow. He attended St Patrick’s Primary School in Dumbarton before continuing his education at Dumbarton Academy. Later he joined Kingston College of Art but dropped out after two years due to financial constraints. After that he worked for three months as a junior graphic designer for Robert MacBeth Designers Ltd before earning enough money to go on tour with his band “The Dimensions” which included long-time friend Gerry McAvoy , Alan Gorrie and Bruce Watson . Their first single together was called “I Feel So Bad” released by Decca Records in 1965 featuring B Side track "Without You", written by previous band member Andy Morris who had left The Dimensions earlier that year to join another local band 'The Velvetones'. The single failed miserably getting only one review from 'Record Mirror' magazine saying it's "utterly forgettable". Their second release (also for Decca) also flopped although Rod still rates the song highly today - this time its title being "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" with B side "Hello Josephine" again written by Andy Morris; unfortunately these releases were very rare even back then and they are now almost impossible to find anywhere except maybe Ebay where prices can vary wildly depending upon condition: good copies seem usually sell between £100 and £200 whilst poor examples can be bought cheaply (£50 or less).

By 1966 Rod Stewart found himself working as a decorator alongside future wife Alana Hamilton while playing occasional gigs around London such as Leytonstone's Top Ten Club where several bands would meet each week including The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd & Long John Baldry .

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