About Steve Perry
It has been claimed that the total amount of Steve Perry net worth is as much as 45 million dollars, as of right now. Steve Perry has become well known mainly because of his involvement in music, where he is a singer and a song writer. He was born in 1949 in Hanford, California. When he was still little, he got interested into music, mainly because he was exposed to it by his parents. Steve Perry to most of people is known for his career in the band called “Journey”, where he served as the leading member in the period of 1977-1987. After a long break, he came back to the band and played in it in the period of 1995-1998. Thus, his work on this band has also increased the total estimate of Steve Perry net worth.
Steve Perry is also regarded as the one because of whom the band ‘Journey’ became so much successful. Steve Perry appeared as a leading singer in nine albums of “Journey”. Especially, his voice can be heard in many songs of the band, such as “Open Arms”, “Don’t Stop Believing”, “Wheel in the Sky”, “Faithfully”, “Any Way You Want It” and “Who’s Crying Now”. Thus, his work in all these albums and songs has also increased the total sum of Steve Perry net worth a lot.
In addition to his work as a band member, Steve Perry is also known for his solo career. As such, he was performing from the middle of the 1980s till the middle of the 1990s. As a solo singer, he has also released a lot of songs, such as “Foolish Hearts”, “You Better Wait”, “Young Hearts Forever”, “Oh Sherrie”, “Missing You” and many others. Thus, his solo career has also added up to his popularity and increased the total sum of Steve Perry net worth.
Steve Perry was also one of the singers of the band called “Africa Band Aid” who recorded a well known hit called “We Are the World”. However, he has been mostly known because of his successful career in the band called “Journey”.
Giving some more background information about him, Steve Perry was born in a Portuguese family. When he was 12 years old Steve Perry heard a song called “Cupid” by Sam Cooke on his mother’s radio in a car and after he heard it Steve Perry decided that he wanted to become a singer.