Fats Domino Net Worth 2021 | Singer, songwriter, Musician, Pianist | Net Worth Records

musician

Overview

NET WORTH

$8 Million

EDUCATION

Howard University

Industry

Music

ZODIAC SIGN

Pisces

Citizenship

United States

BIRTH DATE

February 26, 1928

FATS DOMINO

Fats Domino was an American musician who had a net worth of $8 million dollars. He was born Antoine Domino Jr. in February 1928 in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he was also raised.

Fats Domino Net Worth Summary

100% Overall

Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.

33%
Cash Money
33%
Private Asset
34%
Public Asset

FATS DOMINO Basic Information

Name

Antoine Dominique Domino Jr

Nick Name

Domino

Date of Birth / Age

February 26, 1928

Zodiac Sign

Pisces

Source of Wealth / Profession

Singer-songwriter, Musician, Pianist

Salary / Winnings

N/A

Sponsors

N/A

Email

N/A

FATS DOMINO Personal Information

Present Address

Passed

Language

English

Nationality /Citizenship/ Country

United States

FATS DOMINO Body Features & Measurements

Height

7 Feet 10 Inches

Eye Color

Blue

Hair Color

Dark Brown

Weight: KG/lbs

78.9 kg

Shoe Size

N/A

Body Type

N/A

FATS DOMINO Family Information

Father’s Name

Antoine Domino

Mothers Name

Donatile Gros

Brother & Sister's

Red Top Young

Marital Status / Married

Married

Children

8

Relatives

N/A

FATS DOMINO Education Qualifications

School Name

Louis B. Macarty School

College Name

Howard University

University Name

Howard University

FATS DOMINO Career Information

What to Do

Singer-songwriter, Musician, Pianist

Years Active

69

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Fats Domino Net Worth

Who Is FATS DOMINO

Fats Domino was an American musician who had a net worth of $8 million dollars. He was born Antoine Domino Jr. in February 1928 in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he was also raised. It was here that he began playing musical instruments after watching his father and uncle play. Domino began receiving widespread notoriety when he released his first record "The Fat Man" in 1950. It was a production of Imperial Records. During this time, and in subsequent releases thereafter, he became famous for hosting a strong back beat and his "wah-wah" vocalizations. Domino plays various instruments, but is best known for his work on the piano, as well as singing and writing multiple songs. To date, he has had 35 songs to reach the top 40 on American charts. He also had five gold records (meaning they sold at least a million copies) before the year 1955. Though Domino's music career has slowed down, he still actively plays and releases music. During Hurricane Katrina, it was widely thought that he had perished in the storm. Domino and his family chose to stay at home – which he said was due to his wife, Rosemary's poor health. The area is said to have flooded heavily, after which his home was graffiti-ed with "RIP" among other various messages. However, it was later announced that he had survived the storm and would continue performing. Fats Domino died on October 25, 2017 at the age of 89. Fats Domino died at the age of 89 at his home in New Orleans on 25 October 2017, of natural causes. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.


Fats Domino' Family :

Fats’ does not have any renowned certificates. After attending Louis B. Macarty School for about four years, he left and never tried to take the school classes. However, he learned to play the piano from his brother-in-law Harrison Verrett. During an interview, he expressed his academic view by quoting ‘A lot of fellows nowadays have a B.A., M.D., or Ph.D. Unfortunately, they don’t have a job.’


Fats Domino' Education:

He was born to the couple Antoine Caliste Domino and Marie-Donatille Gros as the eighth child. His father was also a musician who played the violin. And he belongs to French Creole descent. He has a brother, Red Top Young.


Fats Domino' Career in Finance:

Domino grew up in New Orleans, along with his eight siblings. Coming from a musical family, Domino began learning to play the piano at nine. He dropped out of school at 14 and began working at a local bedspring factory, however, during the nights he performed in local clubs such as the Hideway Club, where he was discovered by Dave Bartholomew of Imperial Records, who became Domino’s producer and bandleader and who co-wrote almost all of Domino’s hits. In 1949 his song “The Fat Man” came out; it is considered by some as the first rock ‘n’ roll song ever, selling over a million copies. From then on, Domino’s popularity started to grow. He went on to release a number of hits, 37 of them being Top 40 singles, which included “Rockin’ Chair”, “Please Don’t Leave Me”, “You Done Me Wrong” and “Goin Home”. All added to his net worth. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.

In 1955 Domino released the single “Ain’t That A Shame”, which enabled him to reach a high level of popularity among worldwide audiences, and gain the status of a rock ‘n’ roll star. With it, the singer crossed over to pop charts and eventually to the white audience, which was difficult in the US at that time. The same year his debut album “Carry On Rockin” came out, being reissued as “Rock ‘n’ Rollin’ with Fats Domino” the following year. The song “Blueberry Hill” achieved great chart success, selling over five million copies. Domino’s net worth was considerably boosted. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.

The singer reinforced his popularity by appearing in two 1956 films, “Shake, Rattle & Rock” and “The Girl Can’t Help It”. The following year he appeared in the film “Jamboree”, keeping him in the spotlight and lifting his net worth. As a singer who sold more records (around 65 million) than any other ’50s rocker except Elvis Presley, amassing considerable wealth early in his career. He also received numerous prestigious awards and honors, such as the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and two National Medals of the Arts, one by President George W. Bush and the other by President Bill Clinton. In 1986 he was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.
In his private life, in 1947 Domino married Rosemary Domino, with whom he had eight children. After his wife died in 2008, Domino remained single. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.
The singer made headlines in 2005, after Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans, as his house was heavily flooded, and Domino wasn’t seen or heard of by anyone around that time, so rumors speculated on his death. However, it was soon revealed that Domino and his family were rescued and safe, although a great deal of his memorabilia was lost. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.


Fats Domino' Net Worth Details & History:

Domino had recorded several more hits under Imperial, such as “I’m in Love Again”, “Blue Monday”, “I’m Walkin'”, “Whole Lotta Loving” and “Walkin’ to New Orleans”, before the label was sold in 1963. That year he signed with ABC-Paramount Records, releasing 11 new singles. However, only the song “Red Sails in the Sunset” reached the Top 40. In 1965 he reunited with Bartholomew, signing with his label Mercury and also with Reprise, and releasing his last Top 100 chart single “Lady Madonna”. In 1969 he appeared in The Monkees’ television special “33⅓ Revolutions per Monkee”, so his wealth was still increasing. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.

Although the ’70s and ’80s saw no new record releases by the singer, he continued to tour regularly. He made a cameo appearance in the 1980 Clint Eastwood film “Any Which Way You Can”. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.

In 1991 a boxed set of Domino’s greatest hits came out. Two years later he released the album “Christmas is a Special Day”, under the EMI/Right Stuff label. The year 2006 saw the release of Domino’s album “Alive and Kickin”, which was followed by his greatest hits album in the following year. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.

In recent years, Domino didn’t perform, or record new material, and largely stayed out of the spotlight. In 2012 he made a cameo appearance in the television series “Treme”. Fats Domino Net Worth was $8 Million.

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