Rob Halford Net Worth, Age, Height, and Bio

Robert John Arthur Halford is a popular English singer and songwriter. On 25 August 1951, he was born in Sutton Coldfield and raised on the Beechdale housing estate. Halford’s influences included Janis Joplin, Little Richard, and Robert Plant. He is well-known as a member of the heavy metal band Judas Priest as lead vocalist. The band was formed in 1969 and received a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 2010.

In 1974, he released his first recording debut with the band entitled Rocka Rolla. Halford left the Judas Priest in May 1992. Shortly after disbanding the band, he formed the band Fight with Judas Priest drummer Scott Travis and guitarists Brian Tilse and Russ Parrish. They released collaboratively two albums, and the band separate once again.

In 1997, Halford teamed up with guitarist John Lowery to form an industrial-influenced plan called 2wo. The next year, they released their only album, Voyeurs, which was released on Trent Reznor’s Nothing Records label. In 1999, Halford returned to his metal roots, formed a solo band, and released the album Resurrection in 2000. In 2003, Halford reunited with Judas Priest and embarked on a tour in 2004 in celebration of his return. The band has released four albums and undertook tours.

Quick Facts About Rob Halford

Full Name:       Robert John Arthur Halford

Age(in 2021):   70 Years

Nationality:       American

Occupation:      Singer, Songwriter.

Years Active:    1969-present

Height:               5′11″ (1.8 m)

Weight:              78 kg; In pounds: 171 lbs.

Rob Halford Net Worth and Source of Wealth

Thе nеt wоrth оf Rоb Наlfоrd іѕ еѕtіmаtеd to be around $35 Міllіоn. Не hаd еаrnеd а considerable раrt оf hіѕ wealth from albums sales, singles, concerts, and toursHe has been famous for his wide-ranging and powerful operatic voice and leather-and-studs trademark; both give an iconic look in heavy metal that’s why fans called him “Metal God.” Halford has been involved with various side projects, including 2wo, Fight, and Halford. Further, he was listed at number 33 on the greatest voices in rock by Planet Rock listeners in 2009.