Judith Durham Net Worth, Family, Parents, Husband, Children, Biography

Judith Durham
Judith Durham

Judith Durham AO was an Australian singer, songwriter and musician. Know all about Judith Durham Net Worth, Family, Parents, Husband, Children, Biography. She became the lead singer of the Australian popular folk music group the Seekers in 1963. The group went on to become the first Australian pop music group to achieve major chart and sales success in the UK and the US, selling over 50 million records worldwide. Durham left the band in the middle of 1968 to pursue a solo career. Durham began making sporadic recordings and performances with The Seekers in 1993, but she remained primarily a solo performer.

Judith Durham Wiki / Biography

NameJudith Durham
Date of Birth3 July 1943
Died5 August 2022
Birth PlaceEssendon, Australia
EthnicityNot Known
ProfessionAustralian singer-songwriter
Marital StatusMarried
Last Update2022
Judith Durham Family

Judith Durham Family and Early Life 

Durham was born Judith Mavis Cock on July 3, 1943, in Essendon, Victoria, to William Alexander Cock DFC, a World War II pathfinder and navigator, and his wife, Hazel. She lived on Mount Alexander Road in Essendon from her birth until 1949 and attended Essendon Primary School. Summer vacations were spent at her family’s weatherboard house on the west side of Durham Place in Rosebud. In 1949, her father accepted a job in Hobart, Tasmania.

Durham attended the Fahan School in Taroona, a suburb of Hobart, from early 1950 until 1956, when the family relocated to Melbourne and settled in Georgian Court, Balwyn. She attended Ruyton Girls’ School in Kew before enrolling at RMIT. Durham originally intended to be a pianist and earned the Associate in Music, Australia (AMusA) qualification in classical piano at the University of Melbourne Conservatorium.

Judith Durham Parents

Judith Durham Parents William Alexander ( Father ) and Hazel Cock ( Mother ). She has a Sibling Name Beverley Sheehan. She is very close her parents and enjoys spending time with them. Her parents always supported her career.

Judith Durham Husband, Children

Judith Durham Husband

On 21 November 1969, Durham married her musical director, British pianist Ron Edgeworth,at Scots’ Church in Melbourne.They lived in the UK and Switzerland until the mid-1980s when they bought property in Nambour, Queensland. There is no any information about she has Child or not we will update it soon.

Judith Durham Net Worth 

Judith Durham has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million in 2022.She earns a good fortune from her hard work, which she devotes a lot of time to and where she presents oneself entirely. 

NameJudith Durham
Net Worth ( 2022 )$2 Million
Income SourceSinger
Income / Salary Per MonthNot Known
Income / Salary Per YearNot Known
Last Update2022

Judith Durham Salary and Income Source

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

Judith Durham Net Worth

Judith Durham Professional Career

Durham, Athol Guy, Bruce Woodley, and Keith Potger, an ABC radio producer, were the Seekers; thanks to Potger’s position, the three were able to make a demo tape in their spare time. W&G Records requested another sample of Durham’s voice before agreeing to record a Jazz Preachers album. Instead, in 1963, W&G signed the Seekers for an album called Introducing the Seekers. Durham, on the other hand, recorded two more songs with the Jazz Preachers: “Muddy Water” and “Trombone Frankie.”

On March 12, 1967, the Seekers set an official all-time Australian record when over 200,000 people (nearly one-tenth of the city’s entire population at the time) flocked to their performance at Melbourne’s Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Their TV special The Seekers Down Under had the highest TV audience ever (a 67 rating), and they were all named “Australians of the Year 1967” early in 1968. Durham informed the Seekers that she was leaving during a tour of New Zealand in February 1968, and she left in July 1968.

Durham returned to Australia in August 1968, and in September her first solo television special, An Evening with Judith Durham, aired on the Nine Network. She released solo albums such as For Christmas with Love, Gift of Song, and Climb Ev’ry Mountain. In 1970, she hosted the television special Meet Judith Durham in London, which concluded with her rendition of Carrie Jacobs-“When Bond’s You Come to the End of a Perfect Day” (1862–1946).

The decision was then made to record The Australian Cities Suite, with all proceeds from CD sales going to charity. The album was supposed to be released in October 2008, but it was eventually pushed back to April 2012. The project was intended to benefit charities such as the Motor Neurone Disease Association of Australia (of which Durham was a national patron) and Orchestra Victoria, as well as others supported by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Fund or its national affiliated network United Way.

Durham began modernising the music and phrases in the Australian National Anthem, “Advance Australia Fair,” in 2006. She first performed it at Federation Hall on St Kilda Road in May 2009. It was made available as a CD single. Durham made a surprise return to the Myer Music Bowl on 13 February 2009, performing “The Carnival Is Over” as the closing number at the RocKwiz Salutes the Bowl – Sidney Myer Music Bowl 50th Anniversary. Durham gave a one-hour a cappella concert in Melbourne on May 23, 2009, to celebrate the release of her album Up Close and Personal.

Durham signed an exclusive international deal with Decca Records in October 2011. According to George Ash, President of Universal Music Australasia, “It is an honour to welcome Judith Durham to Decca’s stellar roster of artists. When you consider the legends who have graced the Decca Records catalogue, it is the ideal place to welcome Judith, and we couldn’t be more excited to work with her not only on her new recordings, but also on her incredible catalogue.” To commemorate Durham’s 75th birthday, a collection of 14 previously unreleased songs was released on the album So Much More in June 2018.