Alan Parsons is a British audio engineer, musician, and record producer and has a net worth of $30 million. Alan Parsons earned his net worth as a musician and producer. After showing early promise as a musician, learning piano, guitar and flute as a child, he started to take on the role of listener rather than the player.
He studied piano and flute as a child and was always intrigued by gadgetry. At the age 18, he went to work as an assistant engineer at Abbey Road Studios. He was assistant engineer on “Let It Be” and the brilliant “Abbey Road” album. His decision to enter into production resulted in immediate success. He clocked up several hits with Pilot, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel, John Miles, and Al Stewart. He found a very real need for management and business guidance. He produced three albums by Pilot, a Scottish pop rock band consisting of Ian Bairnson on guitar, Stuart Tosh on drums, and David Paton on lead vocals, guitars, and on bass. He initiated The Alan Parsons Project with producer and songwriter Eric Woolfson. The Alan Parsons Project never performed live during its heyday, although it did release several music videos. As well as receiving gold and platinum awards from many nations, he has received ten Grammy Award nominations for engineering and production. In 2005, he appeared at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, California, to mix front-of-house sound for Southern California-based Pink Floyd tribute band. In 2010, he released his single “All Our Yesterdays” through Authentik Artists. In 2011 it was announced that he was creating and producing a new group called the Subclones. He still finds time to produce records for other artists: most recently albums for Colin Blunstone and Vitamin Z, and the soundtrack of the film “Ladyhawke”, directed by Richard Donner. Alan Parsons was born on December 20th, 1948.
|Net Worth:||$30 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Dec 20, 1948 (73 years old)|
|Profession:||Musician, Record producer, Keyboard Player, Audio Engineer, Film Score Composer, Screenwriter|