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Michael Charles was born on 23 February, 1956.
|Age||64 years old|
|Born||23 February 1956|
Michael Charles Height, Weight & Measurements
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Dating & Relationship status
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Michael Charles Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Michael Charles worth at the age of 64 years old? Michael Charles’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from . We have estimated Michael Charles’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Michael Charles Social Network
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In 2018 as Michael travels his from A to Z tour, Salik Silverstein, movie and film producer from Australia releases the documentary on the life and musical career of Michael Charles, “All I Really Know from A to Z”.
In October 2015 Michael Charles was inducted into Chicago Blues Hall of Fame. At that time he had recorded about 34 albums of blues rock music.
Charles traveled around North America on a number of musical tours. He gave each a name, including the Full Circle tour in 2008, the Another Time Another Place Tour in 2010, the Connected tour in 2011, the Road Dawg tour in 2012, the Undercover Tour in 2013, the Three Hundred Sixty Tour in 2014 (including a performance at the Chicago BluesFest), and the RIFF Tour in 2015.
During the next ten years Michael performances included the Chicago Blues Festival, New Orleans Jazz and Blues Festival, Philadelphia Blues Fest, Memphis Tennessee Crossroads Conference, New Orleans Cutting Edge Conference. In 1999 Michael moved to Nashville for 18 months and was featured in Nashville’s “Rock and Read”. In 2000 Michael Charles moved back to Chicago and built a third recording studio. His fourth and latest studio was built in 2003 and was called Sammary Studio.
In 1996 Charles built a recording studio in America. In 1997 he performed at the Crossroads Festival in Memphis Tennessee as the guest of Sam Phillips. Beginning in 1990, Charles appeared on DJ John Gorny’s Blue Midnight show on WPNA radio, Chicago, Illinois many times through the years. In 1997 Charles appeared for the first of six appearances on WGN-TV. He built a second recording studio in America.
In 1995 Charles toured with blues musician Jimmy Dawkins, and was signed by producer Jack Mehl to his record label, Moonlight Records; a year later Moonlight released “My Shadow”, Michael’s first CD in the USA. Charles joined NARAS, the Grammy Award Association where he also entertained monthly for two years at the Chicago Chapter. In 2005 he was the recipient of an award from the Grammy Award Association and NARAS commemorating his ten year anniversary.
In 1990 Charles traveled to the USA to perform at Buddy Guy’s Legends in Chicago, Illinois. From 1990 to 1995 he traveled several times to America, performing with Buddy Guy, Eddy Clearwater, George Baze, Junior Wells, James Cotton, Phil Guy. In 1991 Jerry Bryant of JBTV in Chicago Illinois featured Charles on JBTV’s blues show, Blues Oasis. In 1993 he released his first solo album. (In late of 2006 Jerry Bryant of JBTV and Michael reunited to start a DVD project which continued on into 2007).
In 1985 Charles formed an independent record label, Moonlight Label. From 1986 through 1989 Charles and Salik Silverstein of SOS Silver Spoon Productions produced three videos which aired on Australia’s Night Shift, Rage, and MTV. In 1987 and 1988 he traveled about Australia on a promotional tour.
In 1983 Charles released his first solo recording “I’m A Puppet”. In 1984 he met record producer Greg Williams of Dex Audio of Australia and Charles produced several releases. Charles performs on Dex Audio’s record label Newmarket Music in Australia. Greg Williams continues to produce and master Charles’ recordings.
In 1972 Charles formed the band Black Venom. They performed live on television. In the early 1980s Charles joined the band Magnum and they released “Bring Back Your Love” – “Coming Back Home”.
Charles was born in Australia. His father was a music hobbyist and taught his son his first chords. At nine years old Michael formed a band and put on his first live paid performance. In 1970 he traveled with older musicians performing shows, corporate gigs, and weddings.
Michael Charles (born 23 February 1956) is an Australian born blues musician, songwriter, guitarist, and singer. He is an inductee into the Chicago Blues Hall of Fame.