Taylor Hawkins is mainly generally known as a drummer of the group called “Foo Fighters”. Before he became an associate of the group in 1997, Taylor Hawkins was functioning as a drummer for Alanis Morissette and appeared on several tours with her. Along with that, he was also playing drums in the group called “Sylvia”. Hence, both of these engagements have added up to the total amount of Taylor Hawkins net worth. In this endeavor, he’s functioning as a drummer along with a vocalist.
Taylor Hawkins Net Worth $20 Million Dollars
When he was four years of age, his family relocated to California where a largest part of Taylor Hawkins’ youth was spent. As a musician, he first belonged to the group called “Sylvia” and afterwards began touring with Alanis Morrisette. He even appeared in several videos of the latter vocalist, like “You Learn” and “You Oughta Know”.
The very first time he appeared as a top vocalist was in the tune called “Have a Cigar” by Pink Floyd. Nevertheless, most of the time, he’s singing as a backing sung to the tunes of the group. However, the group is considered as among the primary sources of Taylor Hawkins net worth. As well as truly being a drummer, Taylor Hawkins is also called a vocalist, pianist and guitarist.
When “Foo Fighters” were quitting their career for quite some time, Taylor Hawkins began to play in another job, that being called “Chevy Alloy”. Up to this very day, he’s still playing in this endeavor which is regarded as also a vital part when collecting Taylor Hawkins net worth. Among his latest participation was playing drums for Vasco Rossi.
February 17, 1972
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
5 ft 10 in (1.79 m)
Songwriter, Musician, Drummer, Singer
United States of America
Alison Hawkins (m. 2005)
Oliver Shane Hawkins, Annabelle Hawkins
Jason Hawkins, Heather Hawkins, The Pretender, Everlong, Best of You
Taylor and Allison are expecting a second child in 2009.
Son, Oliver Shane Hawkins, born August 2007.
Expecting second child in Summer 2009.
Son, Oliver Shane, born 2006.
Grew up in Laguna Beach, California
Plays drums for the Foo Fighters (1997-)
Has a brother, Jason
Lives within an hour of his childhood home in Topanga Canyon
Was the drummer for Alanis Morissette from 1995-1996.
(?-1997) Was the drummer in Alanis Morissette's band.
(1997-present) Drummer for the Foo Fighters.
It was thanks to Rush that I got into Genesis. After listening to Neil, I bought the Seconds Out live album, which was released in 1977. It's just amazing. Not only hearing Phil Collins playing the drums, but also singing. He gets a really bad rap from some people for 'daring' to take over after Peter Gabriel quit, but you just hear the way he sounds here. The beauty of this album is that it's got songs from ...Trick Of The Tail, the first album Genesis did without Gabriel. Collins is an incredible drummer. Anyone who wants to be good on the drums should check him out - the man is a master.
[on Roger Taylor of Queen] Every time Roger opens up his hi-hat or hits the snare, you just know that's him playing. It's those elements that give a band personality and are so often missing today.
[on Phil Collins] People seem to have forgotten that Phil is one of the greatest rock drummers ever to have walked the planet. I've been lucky enough to have had drum lessons from people like Chad (Smith) and Dave (Grohl) in the past, but I'd love to get a lesson from him. So Phil, if you're out there, please come and teach me how to play 'properly'.