John Sebastian Net Worth 2021 | Singer, Songwriter, Bio | Net Worth Records

singer

Overview

NET WORTH

$6 million

EDUCATION

New York University

Industry

Music

ZODIAC SIGN

Pisces

Citizenship

United States

BIRTH DATE

March 17, 1944 (age 76)

JOHN SEBASTIAN

John Sebastian is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. John Sebastian was born in Greenwich Village, New York in March 1944. He is best known for being the founder of the band The Lovin' Spoonful. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.

John Sebastian Net Worth Summary

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John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.

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JOHN SEBASTIAN Basic Information

Name

John Benson Sebastian

Nick Name

Sebastian

Date of Birth / Age

March 17, 1944 (age 76)

Zodiac Sign

Pisces

Source of Wealth / Profession

Musician, Songwriter

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JOHN SEBASTIAN Personal Information

Present Address

United States

Language

English

Nationality /Citizenship/ Country

United States

JOHN SEBASTIAN Body Features & Measurements

Height

1.65m

Eye Color

Grey

Hair Color

Light Brown

Weight: KG/lbs

75kg

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JOHN SEBASTIAN Family Information

Father’s Name

John Sebastian

Mothers Name

Jane Sebastian

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Marital Status / Married

Married

Children

2

Relatives

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JOHN SEBASTIAN Education Qualifications

School Name

Blair Academy, Privet Boarding School

College Name

New York University

University Name

New York University

JOHN SEBASTIAN Career Information

What to Do

Musician, Songwriter

Years Active

20

JOHN SEBASTIAN Favorites, Hobbies, Likes / Dislikes

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John Sebastian Net Worth

Who Is JOHN SEBASTIAN

John Sebastian is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who has a net worth of $6 million dollars. John Sebastian was born in Greenwich Village, New York in March 1944. He is best known for being the founder of the band The Lovin' Spoonful. John played harmonica on the album The Beast of Billy Faier in 1964. He also played on albums for Freid Neil and Tom Rush. Sebastian played with the Even Dozen Jug Band and the Mugwumps. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.

The band split and formed The Lovin' Spoonful and The Mamas & the Papas. The Lovin' Spoonful released seven studio albums and their 1966 album Daydream reached 10 on the Billboard 200 chart. Their best known hits include "Do You Believe in Magic", "Jug Band Music", "Summer in the City", "Daydream", "Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?", "Nashville Cats", "Six O'Clock", "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice", and "Younger Girl". John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.

The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 and Sebastian's tie-dyed denim jacket is on display. After he let the band in 1968 he composed the music and lyrics to the Broadway musical Jimmy Shine starring Dustin Hoffman. As a solo artist he released five studio albums and was popular on the rock festival circuits. His 1976 single Welcome Back hit #1 on the Billboard Top Singles chart and was used as the theme song on the sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter.


John Sebastian' Family :

Sebastian was born in New York City and grew up in Italy and Greenwich Village. His father, John Sebastian (né Pugliese), was a noted classical harmonica player and his mother, Jane, was a radio script writer. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million. His godmother was Vivian Vance ("Ethel Mertz" of I Love Lucy), who was a close friend of his mother. His godfather and first babysitter was children's book illustrator Garth Williams, a friend of his father. Eleanor Roosevelt was a neighbor who lived across the hall. He married Catherine Sebastian and had two children with her. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.


John Sebastian' Education:

Sebastian grew up surrounded by music and musicians, including Burl Ives and Woody Guthrie, and hearing such players as Lead Belly and Mississippi John Hurt in his own neighborhood. He graduated from Blair Academy, a private boarding school in Blairstown, New Jersey, in 1962. He next attended New York University for just over a year, but dropped out as he became more interested in musical pursuits. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.


John Sebastian' Career in Finance:

During the 1960s and 1970s, Sebastian guested on a number of recordings by other artists. He played harmonica with the Doors on the song "Roadhouse Blues" (from the album Morrison Hotel), under the pseudonym G. Pugliese to avoid problems with his contract and to avoid association with Jim Morrison, who was then facing trial on charges of lewd behavior after the Miami concert incident. He also appeared on two Doors live albums, playing on "Little Red Rooster" on Alive, She Cried and on seven songs on Live in Detroit. Both albums were later re-released, remastered, and repackaged into one single album, In Concert, and included Morrison's introduction of Sebastian to the stage on the "Little Red Rooster" track. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.
Sebastian is credited with playing three instruments on the 1970 Gordon Lightfoot album, Sit Down Young Stranger (Reprise RS 6392). He played autoharp on "Saturday Clothes", electric guitar on "Baby It's Allright", and harmonica on "The Pony Man". The album was later re-titled If You Could Read My Mind when the song of that name unexpectedly became a major hit. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.
Sebastian is credited with playing harmonica on Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's song "Déjà Vu" from the album of the same name. He had previously been asked by Crosby, Stills & Nash to join their group as a fourth member, but turned them down, leading to their association with Neil Young. In 1977 he recorded as part of Artie and Happy Traum's Woodstock Mountain Revue (a.k.a. Woodstock Mountains) folk collaboration for the album More Music From Mud Acres. Other records on which Sebastian appeared include the album Stephen Stills (1970), Timothy Leary's album You Can Be Anyone This Time Around (1970) (on which Sebastian jammed with Jimi Hendrix), and Keith Moon's only solo album, Two Sides of the Moon (1975). John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.

He also played the autoharp instrumental break between the second and third verses of Randy VanWarmer's 1979 hit Just When I Needed You Most. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.


John Sebastian' Net Worth Details & History:

In the 20 years since Amazon went public, Bezos has sold at least $70 billion worth of his shares. He sells roughly $1 billion worth of shares every year as part of a planned stock sale arrangement. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.


The day Amazon went public, Amazon's stock topped out at $18 and Jeff was left with a net worth of $12 billion. At the peak of the dotcom bubble, Amazon stock topped $106 per share. After the bubble burst, Amazon's stock price sank to an all-time low of $5 per share in October of 2001. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.


At that point, Jeff's net worth sank to $2 billion. At various times in recent history, a single share of Amazon traded for more than $2050. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million. So, if you had been smart enough to take $10,000 and buy shares of Amazon in October of 2001, could have had $4.1 million before counting any dividends that they may have issued. John Sebastian Net Worth is $6 Million.

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