How much is Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder worth?
13 December 2020, 14:00
The Pearl Jam frontman and grunge icon has been in the music business for decades, but what has it meant for his net worth?
Eddie Vedder's music career spans over three decades.
The Pearl Jam frontman isn't just known as being one of the key figures in the grunge movement, he's also one of the most captivating entertainers to this day.
The musician has performed all over the world... with some of the biggest acts in the world... on the biggest stages in the world.
He even surprised fans with a special performance of Future Days at The Game Awards this week, proving himself to be a world-class performer, but how much wealth has the Alive singer got to his name? Find out here.
What is Eddie Vedder's net worth?
According to CelebrityNetWorth.com, Eddie Vedder's estimated net worth is $100 million, which is approximately £75,522,500.00.
Not too shabby. With the Pearl Jam song lending itself to video game, The Last Of Us, we reckon it could be considerably more.
When and where was Eddie Vedder born?
Eddie Vedder was born on 23 December 1964 in the Chicago suburb of Evanston, Illiniois.
What is Eddie Vedder's real name?
Eddie Jerome Vedder was born Edward Louis Severson III. He changed his name to his mother's maiden name Vedder after his mother's divorce and after he learned his true parentage.
Who is Eddie Vedder married to?
The Pearl Jam frontman married former fashion model Jill McCormick in 2010.
He was previously married to musician Beth Leibling from 1994-2000.
What bands was Eddie Vedder in?
In the early 80s, Vedder had several stints in San Diego bands such as Surf and Destroy, Buts, and Indian Style - which featured future Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave drummer Brad Wilk.
After sending in his demo tape to the band, Eddie Vedder became part of Temple of The Dog - a project which came about after the death of Mother Love Bone vocalist Andrew Wood to heroin overdose. It included Soundgarden's Chris Cornell, Mother Love Bone members Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament and Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron and newcomrs Mike McCready and Vedder.
McCready and Vedder would go on to be involved in Ament and Gossard's next project, which of course came Pearl Jam.