Grammy Award-winning musician Jakob Dylan Jakob Dylan is also the lead singer and songwriter for the rock band The Wallflowers. In 1998, he won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Song. In May 2011, Jakob was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Letters degree from Idaho State University. On August 7, 2019, he performed Dedicated to the One I Love on The Late Late Show with James Corden.
What is the Net worth of Jakob Dyla?
In the United States, he is said to be worth $40 million. As a musician, he earns between $21,518 and $207,085 per year.
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Early Life of Jakob Dylan: Age, Birth, Education
Jakob Luke Dylan was born on December 9, 1969, in New York, United States, to Caucasian parents. He is 51 years old right now. Bob, his paternal grandfather, is an American singer, songwriter, novelist, and visual artist. His mother, Sara, is an actress and model.
Jesse and Sam Dylan are his two brothers, and Maria Dylan, Desiree Gabrielle, and Anna Dylan are his three sisters. Jakob attended Windward School in Los Angeles, California. He then went to Parsons School of Design in New York to study art.
Body Measurements: Height and Weight
Jakob Dylan is a brown-haired young man with blue eyes. He’s 5’10” tall and weighs 70 kilograms.
Relationship Status: Wife, Marriage
Jakob Dylan married Paige Dylan in 1992. His partner is a scriptwriter. Levi, James, their third son, was born in 2000, and their fourth son was born in 2007. Paige and Jakob raised their children as Jews. They live in Los Angeles.
Career and Professional Life
The Apples, which subsequently became The Wallflowers, were founded by Jakob and his friend Tobi Miller in 1989. They started performing in bars in Los Angeles. Jakob wrote songs for an album, and on August 25, 1992, they released The Wallflowers, their self-titled debut album.
On May 21, 1996, they released their second album, Bringing Down the Horse.
Other albums include Red Letter Days and Rebel, Sweetheart. On November 1, 2011, The Wallflowers announced their reunion in advance of the release of their sixth album. In 2012, they released their sixth album, Glad All Over. In 2006, Jakob started his solo career, appearing at events without his band. He also signed with Columbia Records for a solo album.
Two tribute CDs including him are Endless Highway: The Music of The Band and Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur.