How rich is James Melvin Messina?
James Melvin Messina net worth:
People also search for
Bishop Eddie Long
James Melvin Messina net worth, biography & wiki:
Jim Messina Net Worth $4 Million
Jim Messina net worth: Jim Messina is an American musician, vocalist, songwriter, record producer, and recording engineer that has a net worth of $4 million. At 18 years old Messina record an album with Jim Messina and His Jesters. He played bass for two songs on Buffalo Springfield’s final record and in addition served as a producer and recording engineer for the group. Messina helped form Poco in 1968 and played lead guitar and supplied vocals along with songwriting for the group. He left Poco as soon as they recorded two studio albums along with a live album. Messina signed on with Columbia Records as an unaffiliated producer. He met Kenny Loggins as well as the duet ended up selling over 16 million records. They were initially a duet from 1971 to 1976 and then reformed in 2005. Messina has additionally released a total of six solo studio albums and one live album.
James Melvin Messina information
James Melvin Messina information
More about James Melvin Messina:
|The Coconut||2011||Short writer: "Your Mama Don't Dance"|
|Paramedics||1988||performer: "RIDE, RIDE, RIDE", "LOVIN' YOU EVERY MINUTE", "PLAYIN' THAT ROCK 'N ROLL", "LONG LEGGED WOMAN", "SWEET LOVE" / writer: "RIDE, RIDE, RIDE", "LOVIN' YOU EVERY MINUTE", "PLAYIN' THAT ROCK 'N ROLL", "LONG LEGGED WOMAN", "SWEET LOVE"|
|Made in Heaven||1987||producer: "I Am A Child"|
|Independence Day||1983||performer: "Follow Your Dreams" / producer: "Follow Your Dreams" / writer: "Follow Your Dreams", "Looking for Love"|
|The Main Event||1979||as Messina, "Angry Eyes" / writer: "Angry Eyes"|
|Duet||2014/II||Short special thanks|
|The Inn Crowd||2013||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Loggins & Messina: Sittin' in Again||2005||Video short||Himself|
|The View||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1980||TV Series||Himself - Vocalist|
|Rolling Stone Magazine: The 10th Anniversary||1977||TV Movie||Himself - Performer|
|Sandy in Disneyland||1974||TV Special||Himself|
|The 15th Annual Grammy Awards||1973||TV Special||Himself|
Looks like we don't have James Melvin Messina awards information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have James Melvin Messina salary information. Sorry!
|1||Appeared on the infomercial for "The Midnight Special - Legendary Performances" video collection. Also appearing are Kenny Loggins, Burt Sugarman and Donna Summer.|
|2||While at Colton (CA.) High School in 1964, Jim had a band called "The Jesters.".|
|3||Creator and owner of "The Songwriters' Performance Workshop", where he leads 7-day intensive workshops for songwriters and singers at resorts, retreats and hotels around the country.|
|4||Father of two children: Julian Messina and Josey Messina. His son, Julian, is a musician and has been playing drums since he was four years old.|
|5||His wife, Michaela, is an opera singer and a music teacher, who holds a master's degree in education.|
|6||After leaving Poco, he signed a contract with Columbia Records as an independent producer.|
|7||After Buffalo Springfield broke up in 1968, he and Richie Furay formed Poco.|
|8||Former member of Buffalo Springfield, serving as recording engineer, producer and bass player (replacing Bruce Palmer).|
|9||Ex-son-in-law of Barry Sullivan.|
|10||Longtime singing partner of Kenny Loggins (Loggins & Messina).|
Looks like we don't have James Melvin Messina quotes information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have James Melvin Messina trademarks information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have James Melvin Messina pictures. Sorry!