Joe Jackson Net Worth


joe jackson net worthDavid Ian “Joe” Jackson is an English musician and singer-songwriter. After years of studying music and playing clubs, Jackson’s first release, “Is She Really Going Out with Him?” became a hit in 1979.

Joe Jackson Net Worth 2019 is $500 Thousand

First Name Joe
Middle Name Walter
Last Name Jackson
Full Name at Birth Joseph Walter Jackson
Alternative Name Joe, Papa Joe
Age 89 years
Birthday 26th July, 1928
Birthplace Fountain Hill, Arkansas, USA
Height 6′ 1″ (185 cm)
Build Average
Eye Color Green
Hair Color Black
Zodiac Sign Leo
Sexuality Straight
Religion Jahovah’s Witness
Ethnicity Multiracial
Nationality American
Occupation Text Manager
Occupation Manager
Claim to Fame Michael Jackson`s father
Music Genre Pop/Rock, Piano
Year(s) Active 1960s–present
Music Style New Wave, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Alternative/ Indie Rock, Punk/New Wave, College Rock, Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
Music Mood Bitter, Cynical/Sarcastic, Earnest, Sophisticated, Literate, Quirky, Witty, Reflective, Searching, Ambitious, Wry, Detached, Tense/Anxious, Refined/Mannered, Complex, Humorous, Brittle, Sardonic, Ironic, Whimsical, Intimate
Instrument Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Saxophone
Father Samuel Jackson
Mother Crystal Lee Jackson
Family Member Michael Jackson (Son), Jackie Jackson (Son), Jermaine Jackson (Son), Tito Jackson (Son), Randy Jackson (Son), La Toya Jackson (Daughter), Janet Jackson (Daughter), Rebbie Jackson (Daughter), Prince Michael (Grandson), Prince Michael II (Grandson), Paris Jackson (Granddaughter), Joh’Vonnie Jackson (Daughter), Marlon Jackson (Son)

Known as Shoeless Joe, he hit for an astounding .408 average in 1911, helped the Chicago White Sox win the 1917 World Series, and was banned from the major leagues in 1920 for the notorious Black Sox Scandal. In 2019, Joe Jackson Net Worth is $500 Thousand.

Family Life

He was married to Katherin Wynn from 1908 until his death in 1951.

How Much is Joe Jackson Worth?

According to Forbes, Joe Jackson Net Worth 2019 is $500 Thousand.


Kenesaw Mountain Landis , the first MLB commissioner, banned him from the major leagues following the 1920 season.


According to legend, his nickname came from an amateur game when he took off a pair of uncomfortable cleats.

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