Johnny Marr Net Worth

How much is Johnny Marr worth?

Net Worth:$14 Million
Date of Birth:October 31, 1963 (60 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:1.73 m, 5 ft 8 in
Profession:Film Score Composer, Guitarist, Musician, Singer, Songwriter
Nationality:British
Johnny Marr Net Worth:
$14 Million

Johnny Marr net worth: Johnny Marr is an English musician, singer, and songwriter who has a net worth of $14 Million. Johnny Marr is best known for co-writing songs with Morrissey and as the guitarist for The Smiths between 1982-1987. He has also been a member of Electronic, The The, Modest Mouse, and The Cribs in addition to his time as quite a prolific session musician.

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Personal Life

He fathered two children with his wife Angie, whom he married in 1986.

He and guitarist Billy Duffy covered “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” by Ennio Morricone in 1992 for the NME compilation, Ruby Trax.

Inspirational Quotes by Johnny Marr

If you're in a successful band, you tend to fall into a role. But I'm not remotely laddish. I'm a grown-up. I'm vegan and teetotal. I run 50 miles a week, listening to Franz Ferdinand and the Four Tops at top volume.

Johnny Marr

You can grow up without having to conform, stop going to shows, stop having a record collection, start being politically iffy.

Johnny Marr

I don't like to waste notes, not even one. I like to put the right note in the right place, and my influences have always been those kinds of players. Keith Richards comes to mind, and I really like Nils Lofgren's soloing, because he's so melodic. I love John Lennon's rhythm playing, and George Harrison was an incredible guitarist.

Johnny Marr

My experience tells me, unfortunately, that so many people ask the question about 'The Smiths' reforming without really caring about the answer. They just really want to ask the question.

Johnny Marr

I've almost never played the 'Smiths' records, once they've gone out. I was always like that and probably always will be.

Johnny Marr