Ginger Baker Net Worth, Biography, Age, Weight, Height


Ginger Baker Net Worth

How rich is Peter Edward Baker? For this question we spent 17 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Celebrities
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $1 Million,.



Peter Edward Baker information Birth date: August 19, 1939, Birth place: Lewisham, South London, England, Profession:Actor, Composer, an English drummer Nationality:British, Spouse:Kudzai Machokoto (m. 2010) Children:Kofi Baker, Leda Baker, Ginette Baker, Music groups:Cream (1966 – 1968), Blind Faith (1968 – 1969) Movies:Beware of Mr. Baker · Gonks Go Beat

Height, Weight

:How tall is Ginger Baker – 1,86m.
How much weight is Ginger Baker – 67kg


Ginger Baker Net Worth
Ginger Baker Net Worth
Ginger Baker Net Worth
Ginger Baker Net Worth


Biography,Baker performing with Cream on the Dutch television program Fanclub in 1968Early life and careerBaker was born in Lewisham, south London. His mother worked in a tobacco shop, his father, Frederick Louvain Formidable Baker, was a bricklayer and Lance Corporal in the Royal Corps of Signals in WWII who died in the 1943 Dodecanese Campaign.An athletic child, Baker began playing drums at about 15 years old. In the early 1960s he took lessons from Phil Seamen, one of the leading British jazz drummers of the post-war era. He gained early fame as a member of the Graham Bond Organisation with future Cream bandmate Jack Bruce. The Graham Bond Organisation was an R&B/blues group with strong jazz leanings.CreamMain article: Cream (band)Baker founded the rock band Cream in 1966 with Bruce and guitarist Eric Clapton. An innovative fusion of blues, psychedelic rock and hard rock, the band released four albums in a little over two years before breaking up in 1968.Blind FaithMain article: Blind FaithBaker (second from right) with Blind Faith, 1969Baker then joined the short-lived supergroup Blind Faith, composed of Clapton, bassist Ric Grech, and Steve Winwood on vocals. They released one album.Ginger Bakers Air ForceMain article: Ginger Bakers Air ForceIn 1970 Baker formed, toured and recorded with fusion rock group Ginger Bakers Air Force.1970sBaker lived in Nigeria from 1970 until 1976. He sat in for Fela Kuti during recording sessions in 1971 released by Regal Zonophone as Live! (1971) Fela also appeared with Ginger Baker on Stratavarious (1972) alongside Bobby Gass, a pseudonym for Bobby Tench from the Jeff Beck Group. Stratavarious was later re-issued as part of the compilation Do What You Like. Baker formed Baker Gurvitz Army in 1974 and recorded three albums with them before the band broke up in 1976.1980s and 1990sBaker in March 1980In the early 1980s, Baker joined Hawkwind for an album and tour, and in the mid-1980s was part of John Lydons Public Image Ltd., the latter leading to occasional collaborations with bassist/producer Bill Laswell.In 1992 Baker played with the hard-rock group Masters of Reality with bassist Googe and singer/guitarist Chris Goss on the album Sunrise on the Sufferbus. The album received critical acclaim but sold fewer than 10,000 copies.Baker lived in Parker, Colorado, a rural suburb of Denver, between 1993 and 1999, in part due to his passion for polo. Baker not only participated in polo events at the Salisbury Equestrian Park, but he also sponsored an ongoing series of jam sessions and concerts at the equestrian centre on weekends.[11]In 1994 he formed The Ginger Baker Trio with bassist Charlie Haden and guitarist Bill Frisell. He also joined BBM, a short-lived power trio with the line-up of Baker, Jack Bruce and Irish blues rock guitarist Gary Moore.2000sOn 3 May 2005, Baker reunited with Eric Clapton and Bruce for a series of Cream concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and Madison Square Garden. The London concerts were recorded and released as Royal Albert Hall London May 2–3–5–6 2005 (2005),[12] In a Rolling Stone article written in 2009, Bruce is quoted as saying: Its a knife-edge thing between me and Ginger. Nowadays, were happily co-existing in different continents [Bruce, who died in 2014, lived in Britain, Baker in South Africa] … although I was thinking of asking him to move. Hes still a bit too close.[13]In 2008 a bank clerk, Lindiwe Noko, was charged with defrauding him of almost half a million Rand ($60,000).[14] The bank clerk claimed that it was a gift after she and Baker became lovers. Not so, insisted Baker, who explained, Ive a scar that only a woman who had a thing with me would know. Its there and she doesnt know its there.[15] Noko was convicted of fraud and in October 2010 was sentenced to three years correctional supervision (a type of community service).[16]Bakers autoBiography, Hellraiser was published in 2009.In 2013 and 2014 Baker toured with the Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion, a quartet comprising Baker, saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis, bassist Alec Dankworth and percussionist Abass Dodoo.[17]In 2014 Baker signed with record label Motema Music to release a new jazz album. The album will feature members of the aforementioned quartet.[18]In February 2016, Baker announced he had been diagnosed with serious heart issues and cancelled all future gigs until further notice.[19] Writing on his blog, he said, Just seen doctor… big shock… no more gigs for this old drummer… everything is off… of all things I never thought it would be my heart… Little is known about Bakers sudden and serious illness.[20] In late March 2016, it was revealed that Baker is now set for pioneering treatment after explaining: There are two options for surgery and, depending on how strong my old lungs are, they may do both. He added: Cardiologist is brilliant. Yesterday he inserted a tube into the artery at my right wrist and fed it all the way to my heart – quite an experience. He was taking pictures of my heart from inside – amazing technology… He says hes going to get me playing again! Thanks all for your support.[21] The heart operation was done in July 2016 with Baker reported to be on the road to recovery.[22]


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