Garth Hudson Net Worth

Garth Hudson Net Worth is
$1 Million

Garth Hudson Biography

Garth Hudson Net Value: Garth Hudson is a Canadian musician who all has a net value of $1 million. He’s regarded one of the biggest organists in rock music. He joined his initial stone group, the Capers, in 1958, before signing up for The Hawks 3 years afterwards. He wrote his initial song before his 12th birthday and made an appearance with professional bands a season afterwards. When The Hawks split from Ronnie Hawkins, they might eventually become referred to as The Band by the past due ’60s. FOLLOWING THE Band split up, Hudson proved helpful on a number of albums with other works, including Van Morrison, and spent period on film soundtracks. The Band released its debut album, “Music from Big Pink”, which features Hudson on the organ. The brand new group worked carefully with Bob Dylan, focusing on the “Blonde on Blonde” album and touring with him in 1966. When The Band returned jointly in 1983, they toured the world and released three albums through the ’90s. Hudson’s debut album, “THE OCEAN To The North”, released on September 11, 2001. He continued to earn the Life time Achievement Award distributed by the Canada South Blues Culture. His other efforts consist of 2005’s “Live at the Wolf”, 2005’s “Our Woman Queen of the Angels”, and 2010’s “Garth Hudson Presents: A Canadian Special event of The Band”. Many of his film credits consist of “Raging Bull”, “THE PROPER Stuff”, “Man Outdoors”, and “Festival Express”. Hudson and his wife, Maude, play in a duo. Born in 1937 in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Garth Hudson was associated with music from a age.

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameGarth Hudson
Net Worth$1 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 2, 1937
Height1.75 m
ProfessionRecord producer, Multi-instrumentalist, Keyboard Player, Organist, Session musician, Composer, Music Educator, Songwriter, Pianist, The Weight, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, I Shall Be Released
EducationUniversity of Western Ontario
Music GroupsThe Band
MoviesMan Outside, Classic Albums: The Band

Interesting Facts

1 Elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of the Band) in 1994.




Mr. Manuel 2017 Short post-production
A Sea of Green 2014 The Cultivator
Man Outside 1987 Cheney


Raging Bull 1980 "At Last" 1941, "A New Kind of Love" 1930, "Webster Hall" / lyrics: "Webster Hall" / music: "Webster Hall"

Music Department

The Right Stuff 1983 composer: additional music
Computers Are People, Too! 1982 TV Movie documentary composer: theme "The Juggler"


Love for Levon: A Benefit to Save the Barn 2012 TV Movie Himself
I Belong to Me: The Cool Blue Halo Story 2012 Documentary Himself
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live: Light My Fire 2009 Video Himself
Here Is What Is 2007 Documentary Himself
Shakin' All Over! 2006 TV Movie documentary
Festival Express 2003 Documentary Himself - The Band
Woodstock Diary 1994 TV Movie documentary Himself (as The Band)
The Wall: Live in Berlin 1990 TV Movie documentary Himself (as The Band)
The Last Waltz 1978 Documentary Himself - Organ / Accordion / Saxophone / ... (as The Band)
Saturday Night Live 1976 TV Series Himself - Musical Guest
Eat the Document 1972 Documentary Himself
You Are What You Eat 1968 Documentary Himself

Archive Footage

American Masters 2005 TV Series documentary Himself
Live from New York: The First 5 Years of Saturday Night Live 2005 TV Special documentary Himself
World Tour 1966: The Home Movies 2003 Video documentary Himself - The Band

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