John Rich Biography, Age, Height, Net worth, Music Career, Television work, Songs, Political activism, Albums

Last Updated on August 7, 2022 by Administrator

John Rich Biography

John Rich is an American country music singer-songwriter. From 1992 to 1998, he was a member of the country music band Lonestar, in which he played bass guitar and alternated with Richie McDonald as lead vocalist. after departing from the band in 1998, he embarked on a solo career on BNA Records in the late 1990s, releasing two singles for the label and recording Underneath the Same Moon, which was not released until 2006.

John Rich

In 2001, he self-released Rescue Me, an album he was inspired to record by a cancer patient named Katie Darnell. 2003, he joined Big Kenny to form the duo Big & Rich, who released three albums on Warner Bros. Records as well as ten singles, including the Number One “Lost in This Moment”. After Big & Rich went on hiatus in 2007, Rich began work on a third solo album, Son of a Preacher Man, which has produced two more chart singles. In 2011, Rich released two extended plays, Rich Rocks and For the Kids, before re-establishing Big & Rich in 2012.

John Rich Age

John Rich was born on January 7, 1974, in Dickson, Tennessee, United States.

John Rich Height

John Rich stands at a height of 1.77 m.

John Rich Net worth

John Rich has an estimated net worth of $9 million.

John Rich Family

John Rich was born to Jim Rich (father) and Judy Overton (mother)

John Rich Wife

John Rich is married to Joan Rich on December 6, 2008.

John Rich Children

John Rich has two sons, Cash Rich, born January 10, 2010, and Colt Daniel Rich, born September 29, 2011.

John Rich Education

John Rich graduated from Dickson County Senior High school in Dickson, Tennessee and after his graduation, he moved to Nashville where he worked as a singer at Opryland USA. He wanted to be a professional team roper.

John Rich Music Career

John Rich began singing after he moved to Nashville where he worked as a singer. It was not long when, he met the group of Texasee, which eventually changed its name to Lonestar. While in Lonestar, he was the bass guitarist and, on some occasions, he was the lead singer and (one of the band’s singles, “Heartbroke Every Day,” featured his lead vocals). Rich also co-wrote two of the band’s singles: “Come Cryin’ to Me” and “Say When”, the former being a number-one single for the group. In January 1998, Rich departed from Lonestar.
Afterward, he became a solo artist with BNA Records, to the same label to which Lonestar was signed. He charted two singles for the label and recorded an album which did not see release until 2006. In 2001, he recorded and self-released Rescue Me, an album he was inspired to record after meeting cancer patient Katie Darnell.

He went on and joined Big Kenny in 2002 to form the duo Big & Rich. The duo recorded three studio albums for Warner Bros. Records: Horse of a Different Color, Comin’ to Your City and Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, in 2004, 2005 and 2007 respectively. His albums accounted for ten singles on the country charts, including the Number One “Lost in This Moment”.

He co-wrote all of the duo’s singles, primarily with Big Kenny. In the wake of Big & Rich’s success, his 1999 solo album Underneath the Same Moon was issued via BNA, coinciding with the release of Big Kenny’s previously-unreleased solo album Live a Little. A fourth Big & Rich studio album was released in the summer of 2012, with the inspiring “That’s Why I Pray” reaching 15 on the country charts.

He worked for other artists During the Big & Rich’s success, he also worked as a songwriter and producer for other artists. His work included production for Gretchen Wilson, Keith Anderson, Jewel, and John Anderson. In the same time span, he co-wrote multiple singles for other artists, including the Number One hits “Redneck Woman” for Wilson, “Mississippi Girl” for Faith Hill and “Why” for Jason Aldean. He also co-wrote the Taylor Swift’s 2008 album, Fearless, titled “The Way I Loved You”. In 2011, he recorded a song with the heavy metal band Black Label Society, entitled “Darkest Days”, featured on their compilation album, The Song Remains Not the Same.

In 2016, he added his voice to a duet with Marie Osmond on her album Music Is Medicine with the song titled “Love This Tough”.On January 2009, he released his third solo single on Warner Bros. Records. The song, “Another You”, is the lead-off single to Rich’s second studio album, Son of a Preacher Man, which was released on March 24, 2009. He followed this song up with another single, “Shuttin’ Detroit Down”, recorded only one week before its release in January 2009.

He promoted the song, which addresses the Chrysler and General Motors bailouts, at Michigan radio stations. The song debuted at No. 34 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the chart week of February 14, 2009, becoming his first solo Top 40 hit and peaking at No. 12 in April. A third single, “The Good Lord and the Man”, debuted at No. 59 on the country chart and peaked at No. 56 in July 2009.

John Rich Television work

In 2007, he hosted the first season of a reality show on Country Music Television called Gone Country, which featured celebrities such as Brady Bunch actress Maureen McCormick, singers Bobby Brown, Sisqo, Julio Iglesias Jr., Dee Snider, Carnie Wilson and American Idol runner-up Diana DeGarmo as they try to become songwriters with the help of Nashville songwriters as the celebrities are paired together with the songwriters. The show was filmed at the former home of Barbara Mandrell. He has hosted two more seasons since then. He also served as a judge on the 2008 version of Nashville Star on NBC along with Jewel, singer-songwriter Jeffrey Steele, and host Billy Ray Cyrus.

He was a candidate in the 2011 season of The Celebrity Apprentice, which premiered on March 6. In episode 5, he lost as Project Manager for the men’s team, Backbone. Despite the first loss, he later won 2 more tasks as Project Manager, raising $1,266,908 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Rich competed with Marlee Matlin in the live season finale, where he was declared the season winner, and received an additional $250,000 for his charity. He served as a mentor in the 2012 reality/competition series The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep.

John Rich Political activism

He was involved in the 2008 U.S. presidential race, he was originally supported, Fred Thompson. He later released a campaign song in his website in support of presidential candidate John McCain in August 2008 called “Raisin’ McCain”. He performed in the closing ceremony of the Republican National Convention on September 3, 2008. He endorsed the Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman in the special congressional election in Northern New York in 2009.

In 2010 he endorsed Zach Wamp for Governor of Tennessee and hosted parties at his Nashville home in support of Wamp’s campaign. On April 7, 2015, his song of “Shuttin’ Detroit Down” was featured in Senator Rand Paul’s to the 2016 presidential campaign announcement. He later declared his support for presumptive nominee Donald Trump following Paul’s exit from the race. Big & Rich would later perform at a pre-inaugural ceremony on January 19, 2017, after Trump’s victory in the general election.

John Rich Songs

  • Shuttin’ Detroit Down
    Son of a Preacher Man · 2009
  • The Good Lord and the Man
    Son of a Preacher Man · 2009
  • Country Done Come to Town
    Rich Rocks · 2011
  • Everybody Wants to Be Me
    Son of a Preacher Man · 2009
  • Stand in the Storm
    Hell in a Handbasket · 2011

John Rich Albums

  • Big & Rich Hillbilly Jedi 2012
  • John Rich Rich Rocks 2011
  • John Rich For the Kids 2011
  • Big & Rich Big & Rich: Greatest Hits 2009
  • John Rich Son of a Preacher Man 2009
  • John Rich Underneath the Same Moon 2006
  • Carleen Anderson Pure 90s

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