Mickey Gilley Net Worth : $20 million
A popular musician and country music singer
Source of Wealth
Years of Experience
Date of Birth
March 9, 1936
Mickey Gilley’s Total Net Worth
Mickey Gilley is a popular American country music singer, songwriter and musician, who acquired his wealth of $20 million through his successful singing career. He released a number of popular albums, like ‘Down the Line’ in 1967, as well as numerous hit singles, such as the ‘House of Roses’. Mickey is also a licensed pilot and holds private pilot privileges for a single engine aircraft. Some of his biggest hits include ‘Stand by Me’, ‘Don’t The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time’ and ‘Room Full of Roses’.
Mickey opened a club called ‘Gilley’s Club’ in Pasadena, Texas, which was later demolished to make way for a school. Currently, he owns a theatre in Missouri.
Properties: Private Fortune
Mickey Gilley owns a prolific mansion equipped with all sorts of amenities, in Pasadena, Texas.
Mickey released a number of studio albums throughout his career, like City Lights, Down the Line, Movin’ On, Smokin’, Flyin’ High, The Songs We Made Love To, Overnight Sensation, First Class and Mickey Gilley. Mickey has also sung numerous singles, which gained him worldwide recognition. Some of his most famous hit singles are- ‘Room Full of Roses’, ‘City Lights’, ‘Don’t The Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time’, ‘Window Up Above’, ‘Lonely Nights’, ‘Bring It On Home To Me’, ‘She’s Pulling Me Back Again’, ‘A Headache Tomorrow (or a headache Tonight?)’ and ‘True Love Ways’. His other studio albums include Live at Gilley’s, Put Your Dreams Away, Encore, I Feel Good About Loving You, Chasin’ Rainbows, One and Only, and You Really Got a Hold on Me.
Awards & Recognitions
Mickey Gilley is one such fortunate singer to be awarded with almost every category in the same year. In 1976, he received ‘Entertainer of the Year’, ‘Album of the Year’, ‘Single of the Year’, ‘Song of the Year’ and ‘Top Male Vocalist’ from the Academy of Country Music. He was also inducted into the Delta Music Museum Hall of Fame, in the year 2000.