Noel Redding Net Worth 2024 Update: Bio, Age, Height, Weight


Noel Redding Net Worth

Noel Redding how much money? For this question we spent 12 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Rock Stars
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $10 Million.



Noel Redding information Birth date: December 25, 1945, Folkestone, United Kingdom Death date: May 11, 2003, Clonakilty, Republic of Ireland Birth place: Folkestone Profession:Bassist, Singer Nationality:England Music groups:The Jimi Hendrix Experience (1966 – 1969), Fat Mattress (1968 – 1969), Mountain (1994 – 1995), Road Movies:The Jimi Hendrix ExperienceBooks:Bass Guitar Method

Height, Weight

:How tall is Noel Redding – 1,74m.
How much weight is Noel Redding – 60kg


Noel Redding Net Worth
Noel Redding Net Worth
Noel Redding Net Worth
Noel Redding Net Worth


Noel David Redding was an English rock bassist and guitarist best known for his work as bassist with the Jimi Hendrix Experience.
Biography,BackgroundRedding was born at Royal Victoria Hospital in Folkestone, Kent to Bromley-born Margaret (nee Berggren) and Horace Albert Redding. He grew up on Cliff Road, Seabrook where his mother ran a guest house, with his mother, his Swedish-born grandmother, brother Anthony and sister Vicki. He attended St Leonards Primary in Hythe and Harvey Grammar School in Folkestone. At age nine, he played violin at school and then mandolin and guitar. His first public appearances were at the Hythe Youth Club then at his school.His first local bands, in which he played lead guitar, were:The Strangers: with John Andy Andrews (bass)The Lonely Ones: 1961 – John Andrews (bass), Bob Hiscocks (rhythm guitar), Mick Wibley (drums), Pete Kircher (vocals and in 62, drums). The Lonely Ones made a privately pressed EP at the Hayton Manor Studio in Stanford, Kent, in 1963, with Derek Knight on vocals, Trevor Sutton on drums, Noel Redding on lead guitar and John Andrews on bass. First recordings: Some Other Guy, Money, Talking About You, Anna.The Loving Kind: 1966 with Pete (Kircher) Carter (drums), Jim Leverton (bass), and Derek Knight (vocals).At 17 Redding went professional and toured clubs in Scotland and Germany with Neil Landon and the Burnettes (formed in late 1962) and The Loving Kind (formed in November 1965). In addition, The Lonely Ones reunited in September 1964, and Redding remained with them a year before taking his leave.Jimi Hendrix ExperienceRedding switched from guitar to bass on joining the Jimi Hendrix Experience. He was the first person to join the Experience. With the band, he helped create the three landmark albums Are You Experienced, Axis: Bold as Love, and Electric Ladyland, as well as performing in some of Hendrixs most celebrated concerts. His playing style was distinguished by the use of a pick, a mid-range trebly sound, and in later years the use of fuzz and distortion effects through overdriven Sunn amps. His role in the band was that of a time-keeper. This was evident in the Experiences version of Come On (Baby Let the Good Times Roll) and Drivin South from the BBC Sessions. He would typically lay down a bass groove over which Hendrix and drummer Mitch Mitchell would loosely play. He wrote two album tracks, Little Miss Strange and Shes So Fine. He played the bass line on Red House using the bass strings on a normal six-string guitar.In 1968, Redding formed the group Fat Mattress with another Kent musician, Neil Landon (born as Patrick Cahill, 27 July 1941, Kirdford, Sussex), on vocals. The band also included Jim Leverton (born 1946, Dover, Kent) on bass and keyboards and Eric Dillon (born 1950, Swindon) on drums. Redding played guitar and vocals, and a key part of the Fat Mattress sound was the vocal harmonies between him, Landon, and Leverton. The band initially toured in support of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, requiring Redding to play two full sets each night. He left Fat Mattress after only one album with them, though some of his compositions would appear on their second album.Hendrixs manager, Michael Jeffery, attempted to reunite the Jimi Hendrix Experience months after the Woodstock event. The three were interviewed by Rolling Stone magazine, but no shows or recordings resulted. Redding soon went on to other projects. While living in Los Angeles he formed Road,[11] a three-piece in the same psychedelic hard rock vein as the Experience, with Rod Richards (born as Rod Cox, ex Rare Earth) on guitar and Les Sampson on drums, and Redding himself switching back to bass. They released one album, Road (1972), with the three members taking turns on lead vocals.Ireland yearsNoel Redding moved to Ireland in 1972. He formed The Noel Redding Band with Eric Bell from Thin Lizzy, Dave Clarke, Les Sampson, and Robbie Walsh. Despite the bands name, Redding shared songwriting and lead vocal duties equally with Clarke. They released two albums for RCA, three tours of the Netherlands, two tours of England, one tour of Ireland, and a 10-week tour in the US. The band dissolved after a dispute with their management company. Tracks recorded for a third unreleased album were later released as The Missing Album on Mouse Records.In his book Are You Experienced?, co-authored with his long term wife Carol Appleby, he spoke openly about his disappointment in his being cut off from the profits of the continued sale of the Hendrix recordings. He was forced to sign away his royalties in 1974 and in 1980 had to sell the bass guitar he used with the Experience to a collector. Redding had received $100,000 (equivalent to about $479,825 in todays funds) as a one-off payment after he had been told that there would be no more releases of Jimi Hendrix Experience material. This was before the advent of CDs and DVDs, and the concept of re-issues.[12]In 1990, Redding and Appelby were involved in a car crash returning home from a concert in Glounthaune. Appelby was left brain dead by the accident, with Redding later stating that she was in intensive care on life support and after four days I had to make the terrible decision of shutting down the machine. They had been together for seventeen years, and just two days prior to the accident had finished helping Redding co-write his autoBiography, .[13]In 1997, Fender produced the Jazz Noel Redding Signature jazz bass, in a signed limited edition of 1000. Premiered at the NAMM Show in January 1997, the bass was based on the 1964 Jazz bass which Redding used throughout his time with the Experience. Redding tracked down the person who he had sold the bass too some years prior, who agreed to allow Fender to inspect it. Redding stating that Fender got the original bass from him, copied it, and sent me a prototype, and it was exactly the same as my original bass, they did a brilliant job.[14]After meeting San Francisco musician and songwriter Keith Dion in London during the awarding of an English Heritage Blue Plaque Award in 1997, Noel performed several tours across the United States with Dions band 3:05 AM. Recordings from these tours were released on the UK and European releases West Cork Tuning and Stone Free. Video footage from these tours were shown in May 2014 during the now annual Noel Redding Tribute Festival held in Clonakilty each year. Positive feedback was also received from the Irish Cultural Minister and the head of the Irish Film Board.[15]In 2002, a live album Live From Bunkr, Prague was released.[16] Predominantly made up of Experience material, the concert was recorded in 1995 in the Czech Republic with guitarist and singer Anthony Krizan of the Spin Doctors, rhythm guitarist Ivan Kral of the Patti Smith Group and drummer Frankie LaRocka. The band rehearsed for a mere 45 minutes before performing. Vaclav Havel, the then President of the Czech Republic watched from the side of the stage[17]Reddings last performance was in Clonakilty at De Barras pub, where he had held the Friday night residency for nearly 20 years, performing with some of the local musicians who appeared on his last album Thanks You, Goodnight and Good Luck including Steve Pawsey, Jeff Ward, Jim ONeil, Eric Bell and Les Sampson.[citation needed]


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