Taylor Hawkins Net Worth 2022
According To Uswhispers Taylor Hawkins Net worth $40 million dollarswas a musician from the United States who died in March 2022 with a net worth of . Taylor passed away on March 25, 2022, at the age of 50.
On February 17, 1972, in Fort Worth, Texas, Oliver Taylor Hawkins was born. His family moved to Laguna Beach in 1976 after relocating to California. Jason and Heather Hawkins are his two siblings. He went to high school in Laguna Beach. Stewart Copeland of the Police impacted him as a youth, and he was a huge fan of Roger Taylor of Queen and Jane's Addiction.
Hawkins was a boyhood buddy of Jon Davison, the current singer for prog giants Yes. They'd known each other since they were kids and had been in various bands together, the best of which being the Heavy Industry cover band.
The band performed at high school dances as well as at a wedding. After performing in Heavy Industry in high school, Hawkins and Davison's careers diverged. Hawkins was a member of a number of awful bands, according to him.
Foo Fighters went into the studio in 1996 to create their second album, The Color and the Shape. During the making of the album, Dave Grohl and then-drummer William Goldsmith got into an argument. Grohl fully re-recorded the album with Grohl on drums after hearing Goldsmith's drum sounds. As a result, Goldsmith left the band.
Alanis Morissette, ironically (see what we did there?) foresaw Hawkins' next action. They met the Foo Fighters while on tour in support of her massive hit album Jagged Little Pill. "Dave is going to ask you to join them someday," she informed Hawkins afterward. Grohl didn't call Hawkins until a year later.
The Foo Fighters were still relatively unknown in early 1997, playing club shows or opening for bigger, more established bands such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Fast forward 23 years, and the Foo Fighters are one of the most popular rock bands, having sold out Wembley Stadium in London for two nights in 2008, playing to an estimated 86,000 fans each night.