Chris Bailey Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Salary, Children, Wiki Bio


Chris Bailey was a founding member and lead singer of the rock band The Saints has a Net Worth of $2 Million know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Salary, Children and Wiki Bio

Chris Bailey Wiki Bio

Chris Bailey was a founding member and lead singer of the rock band The Saints. In 1973, they established the band The Saints. The famous punk anthem “(I’m) Stranded” was their first hit in the UK. On their subsequent releases, the band gradually progressed toward a more complex sound.

Name Chris Bailey
Date Of Birth 1957
Died 9 April 2022
Birthplace Nanyuki, Kenya
Nationality Australian
Profession Singer
Education Graduation
Last Update March 2022

Chris Bailey Parents and Early Life

Now we are discussing his parents and Family.His parents always supported his career.His mother’s name is not available and her father’s name is not availableHe was born to Irish parents in Nanyuki, Kenya. Bailey was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and lived there until he was seven years old, when his family moved to Australia. He and his sister Margaret attended Inala State High School, Oxley State High School, and Corinda State High School in Brisbane, Queensland, where Ed Kuepper and Ivor Hay were also pupils.

Chris Bailey Wife and Children

He has never shared his love life on the internet, that’s why we are not sure about his marital status he is married or not. We don’t have much information about se has any past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

Chris Bailey Net Worth

Chris Bailey has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

How much Does Earn Chris Bailey and What is His Net Worth?

Name Chris Bailey
Net Worth  $2 Million
Income Source Singer
Yearly Salary / Income Under Review
Monthly Salary / Income Under Review
Last Update March 2022

Income Source and Salary

Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings.He earns a handsome salary from his profession.Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle with his family members.

Ethnicity, Nationality and Religion

Nationality  Australian
Ethnicity Not Known
Religion Christianity
Zodiac Sign Not Known

Chris Bailey Professional Career

In December 1988, a cover of The Easybeats’ “The Music Goes Round My Head” was released as a single and included on the soundtrack for the film Young Einstein. Bailey founded the Chris Bailey Combo in 1991, which featured Paul Hester, Nick Seymour, and Dror Erez, as well as a rotating cast of guest musicians.

Bailey’s second solo album, Demons, was recorded in Memphis, Tennessee, where TVT Records had sent him. Savage Entertainment was released in October 1992, then in 1993, Bailey collaborated with Concrete Blonde’s Johnette Napolitano on a song called “All Fools’ Day,” which contained a reworking of the song.

Bailey’s fourth solo album, 54 Days… at Sea, was released in 1994 and was recorded in Malmö, Sweden. It included Bolivian folk singers Mundo Folk, whom Bailey had encountered busking in Sweden the previous year while visiting friends. The album’s rock foundation was provided by Swedish musicians Eddie Nyström (guitar), Magnus Börjeson (bass), and Stellan Colt (drums). Bailey contributed a cover of Tim Finn’s “Not Even Close” to the Earth Music album, which was released in June 1994.

Bailey was one of the invited musicians to perform on a stage at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in front of an audience of over 100,000 people as Mushroom Music celebrated their 25th anniversary in 1998. He played solo versions of two of his most well-known songs, “Ghost Ships” and “Just Like Fire Would,” as well as a duet with Paul Kelly, “Wide Open Road,” an homage to The Triffids’ late David McComb.

Bailey had a guest appearance on Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds’ album Nocturama in 2003, providing the chorus vocals on “Bring It On.” Bailey then toured the United States with the band and played with them on David Letterman’s Late Show. Chris Bailey was the featured performer at the Judith Wright Arts Centre in Brisbane during the 2005 Queensland Poetry Festival.

Chris Bailey and the General Dog is another of Bailey’s bands, with their most recent album, Bone Box, released in 2005.Bailey went on a solo tour of France in the spring of 2007, occasionally performing as a double act with French rock star Mickal Furnon, alias Mickey, from the rock band Mickey 3D.