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Jerrod Niemann was born on the 24th July 1979, in Harper, Kansas USA, and is a country singer and songwriter, best known for such songs as “Lover, Lover” and “Drink to That All Night”. Niemann has also written numerous songs for such country artists as Jamey Johnson, Neal McCoy, Julie Roberts, Flynnville Train, Zona Jones, and Garth Brooks. His career started in 1999.
Have you ever wondered how rich Jerrod Niemann is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Niemann’s net worth is as high as $5 million, an amount earned through his successful career in music. In addition to having released six studio albums, Niemann also works as a songwriter for fellow artists, which has improved his wealth too.
Jerrod Niemann Net Worth $5 Million
Jerrod Niemann grew up in Kansas and was influenced by country musicians from an early age; having learned to play the guitar as a kid, he competed in various talent competitions and then went to the Liberal High School, before enrolling at the South Plains College in Levelland, Texas. After graduating, Niemann began woring in Texas bars and clubs, and in 1999 he self-released his debut album entitled “Long Hard Road”. His net worth was on the move.
In 2000, Jerrod moved to Nashville, Tennessee, then in 2001 he signed a developmental deal with Mercury Records, but failed to release an album under the label. He did travel across America and Europe playing with the band Kane, and earning a reasonable amount of money in the process, but in 2004 Niemann released his second album “Jukebox of Hard Knocks”, but this was no more successful than the first, failing to achieve commercial success or to enter the chart. He didn’t stop, so in 2006 Jerrod signed a deal with Category 5 Records and released the single “I Love Women (My Momma Can’t Stand)”, that reached No. 59 on the US Country Airplay chart. However, the record company was closed soon after, and his third album “Behind This Microphone” was never released. Still his net worth was improving.
In 2010, Niemann signed a contract with Sea Gayle/Arista Nashville, and in the same year finally released his third album entitled “Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury”, which topped the US Billboard Top Country Albums chart and peaked at the No. 7 on US Billboard 200, achieving gold status with over 320,000 sales. The singles “Lover, Lover” and “What Do You Want” reached No.1 and No.4 spots on Hot Country Songs chart, while “One More Drinkin’ Song” made it to the No. 13 place. His net worth was certainly rising.
In 2012, Jerrod released his second major-label studio album called “Free the Music”, which peaked at the No. 9 on US Billboard Top Country Albums and No. 62 on US Billboard 200 charts, and the singles “Shinin’ on Me” and “Only God Could Love You More” were placed at No. 17 and No. 38 on Hot Country Songs chart. His next release was “Yellow Brick Road” in 2014, but it failed to gain commercial success, but in the same year Niemann recorded his latest album – “High Noon” – which peaked at No. 3 on the US Top Country Albums and at No. 18 on the Billboard 200. The most popular songs on the album were “Drink to That All Night”, “Donkey”, and “Buzz Back Girl”. In January 2016, Jerrod ended his contract with Arista Nashville, and the following March, he signed a new contract with Curb Records.
Regarding his personal life, Jerrod Niemann married longtime girlfriend Morgan Petek in October 2014, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.