Sammy Hagar Net Worth : $215 million
An American Musician, Singer, Composer and Entrepreneur
Source of Wealth
Music, Singing, Songwriting, and Businesses
Years of Experience
51 years (approx)
Date of Birth
October 13, 1947
Graduated at Fontana High School
Sammy Hagar’s Total Net Worth
Sammy Hagar is an American musician and businessman with a net worth of $215 million. He made his fortune through tequila brand and Cabo Wabo clubs. He is most recognized as the second lead singer of the band ‘Van Halen’. Popularly known as ‘The Red-Rocker’, he began his solo career in 1970 and released many best-selling albums, like Standing Hampton, Nine on a Ten Scale, Three Lock Box, etc. He was born on October 13, 1947, in Salinas, California.
Sammy Hagar owns a nightclub and restaurant in Mexico, called Cabo Wabo Cantina. In 2009, he opened “Sammy’s Beach Bar & Grill” in St. Louis, Missouri and Las Vegas, Nevada. In the year 2011, he launched “Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum”. In 2012, he established “Sammy’s Rockin Island Bar & Grill” in Roseville, California. He also opened a mountain bike store, called ‘Sausalito Cyclery’ which was soon rated as the No. 1 independent bike store in the state of California. He sold 80% of his Cabo Wabo tequila company for $80 million to Gruppo Campari in 2007. Later, in 2009, he sold off the left 20% for $15 million.
Properties: Private Fortunes
Sammy currently lives in a lavish house, named “Tamalpais Pavilion”, which was designed by Paffard Keatinge-Clay, an English architect.
Sammy Hagar first started his career as a musician but later, ventured into several businesses. Throughout his musical career, he worked with several bands, which includes Fabulous, Johnny Fortune Band, Montrose, Van Halen, etc. He released a number of studio albums. Some of his albums are- Montrose, Sammy Hagar, Street Machine, Through The Fire, I Never Said Goodbye, Balance, Red Voodoo, Livin’ It Up, Chickenfoot, Chickenfoot III, and his latest one is Sammy Hagar & Friends. Presently, he is a lead singer of ‘Chickenfoot’.
Sammy also wrote an autobiography, called “Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock”.