Eddie Vedder Net Worth

How much is Eddie Vedder worth?

Net Worth:$120 Million
Date of Birth:December 23, 1964 (58 years old)
Height:1.69 m, 5 ft 6 in
Profession:Rock Singer
Eddie Vedder Net Worth:
$120 Million

Eddie Vedder [Nick name-Crazy Eddie, Ed, etc.] is an American Nightingale, musician, songsmith, artist, instrumentalist, vocalist. The world mainly recognizes Eddie as one of the lead members of the rock band “Pearl Jam.” He altered the taste-buds of the people that they usually used to get a taste of the rock music with the help of his innovative and solitary approach to the rock music genre. Vedder refurbished the old school tactics that were accustomed to writing the verses.

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After deciding to drop-out of his high school due to miss-management in balancing the schooling and working, in the year 1980, he completed his secondary school General Equivalency Diploma and later in the year 1984, while trying his hands on numerous low-end works, Eddie finally decided to start his musical journey. He pushed his gears by making a few trial-tapes for some local band groups.

Personal Life

In 2010, he married Jill McCormick, and the couple today has two lovely daughters named Olivia Vedder and Harper Vedder. Apart from music, Vedder is desirous about surfing and is also a die-hard fan of American professional basketball franchise Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, and Chicago Bulls.

Inspirational Quotes by Eddie Vedder

Caffeine. The gateway drug.

Eddie Vedder

You know, rock stardom... I have a hard time discussing that because I don't really accept it. It's not really that tangible. What's really bizarre is how it's used as a thing - you know, 'He's the rock star of politics,' 'He's the rock star of quarterbacks' - like it's the greatest thing in the world.

Eddie Vedder

When I had a child, everyone was telling me that I was going to see the world through her eyes, and everything was going to get this nice gloss to it. I kept waiting for that to happen, and thought there was a real problem with me that it wasn't.

Eddie Vedder

The way we're attached to our phones these days, they buzz and twitch in our pockets, and we have to look and see if it was a text, a voicemail, or an e-mail. We're almost like lab rats. I tried to eschew the whole cell phone theory until I had kids; then, I had to be reachable at all times.

Eddie Vedder

The Who quite possibly remain the greatest live band ever. Even the list-driven punk legend and music historian Johnny Ramone agreed with me on this.

Eddie Vedder