The Canadian Vocalist Rik Emmett whose updated and estimated net worth is $6 million. Richard Gordon Emmett is currently married and has 4 children. He is a ppular songwriter, musician and producer. Emmett has over 19 plus platinum and several gold albums under his name and over these years has accumulated a wealth amounting to net worth of $6 million!
|Name||Richard Gordon Emmett|
|Net Worth||$6 Million|
|Source of Income||Vocalist|
|Birth Date||July 10, 1953|
Emmett was born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada in 1953, July 10th and was brought up majorly there. He visited a local school and slowly while growing up he started writing songs from the age of ten years. Emmett also displayed immense talent in playing instruments and started taking lessons on guitar and trained in vocals. He is Canadian by citizenship.
In the 1975, Emmett along with other musicians formed the rock band Triumph. He worked with the group for ten years after which, Emmett decided to leave the band and start solo in 1988. He released his first solo album in 1990 titled Absolutely. Few of his major hits are Big Lie, Saved By Love, Bang On, Heaven In Your Heart to name a few.
Emmett is famous for yet another reason of being deaf in mixing several genres and producing a song. His music generally falls under the hard rock, jazz, blues, classical, flamenco and rock category, which he manages to beautifully compile in a piece. He also is a writer for the Guitar Player magazine and earlier used to produce satirical cartoons on the music industry for Hit Parader Magazine. Emmett is also the Artistic Director for Songstudio Songwriter Work.
Emmett has been happily married for the last 24 years and is blessed with four children, two of them being twin girls. He is the proud faculty of the Humber College in Toronto where he teaches the technicalities of song-writing and business involving music. He was included in the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2007 and Juno Hall Of Fame in 2008. Currently, Emmett lives with his family in Toronto and continues at the age of 63 years to entertain various groups of people through seated concerts and band festivals.