Joey Tempest Net Worth


joey tempest net worthRolf Magnus Joakim Larsson, professionally known as Joey Tempest, is a Swedish singer, best known as the lead singer and main songwriter of the rock band Europe. He has written hits which include “The Final Countdown”, “Rock the Night”, “Cherokee” and “Superstitious”.

Joey Tempest Net Worth 2019 is $4 Million

First Name Rolf
Middle Name Magnus Joakim
Last Name Larsson
Full Name at Birth Rolf Magnus Joakim Larsson
Alternative Name Joey Tempest, Joakim Larsson
Age 54 years
Birthday 19th August, 1963
Birthplace Stockholm, Sweden
Height 6′ 0″ (183 cm)
Weight 180lbs (82 kg)
Build Average
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Brown – Dark
Distinctive Feature He playes on bass, piano, violin, keyboards, Big ice hockey fan, He likes to wear dark sunglasses.
Zodiac Sign Leo
Sexuality Straight
Religion Other
Ethnicity White
Nationality Swedish
Occupation Text Singer, Songwriter, Composer, Guitarist
Occupation Musician
Claim to Fame Europe
Music Genre (Text) Heavy metal, hard rock, glam metal, country rock
Year(s) Active 1979–present
Instrument (text) Vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass, piano, violin
Record Label Polar, Polydor, Sonet
Associated Acts Europe
Clothes Size 8
Shoe Size 11
Official Websites,
Family Member James Joakim Larsson (son)
Associated People John Norum (guitarist), John Leven (bass), Mic Michaeli (keyboardist), Ian Haugland (drummer)
Pets Cats
Favorite Bands Thin Lizzy, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith
Favorite Places Stockholm, London, New York, Paris, Los Angeles, San Francisco
Favorite Colors Black, White, Green, Blue, Silver, Grey

Singer and frontman of the band Europe, the group that released the hit song “The Final Countdown.” In 2019, Joey Tempest Net Worth is $4 Million.

Family Life

He had his son James with his wife Lisa Worthington.

How Much is Joey Tempest Worth?

According to Forbes, Joey Tempest Net Worth 2019 is $4 Million.


He and guitarist John Norum were bandmates in Europe.


His international hit, “The Final Countdown,” played at the closing ceremony of the 1988 Summer Olympics.

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