On Tuesday, July 27 Ryan Adams took to his Instagram and made a plea to the music industry to give him ‘a second chance’ to make music. The singer also detailed his financial issues in the post. This has left many wondering about the singer’s net worth following his 2019 controversy.
The 46-year-old singer found himself in the midst of a huge scandal that derailed his career after seven women accused him of sexual misconduct in 2019. Ryan’s ex-wife Mandy Moore and singer Phoebe Bridgers were amongst the women who came forward with accusations against the To Be Without You singer.
Ryan Adams’ net worth explored
- Celebrity net worth portal reveals that the singer is worth approximately $12 million.
The American singer has made a huge fortune making music. Although he was a part of the country band Whiskeytown, in his early days, his solo career earned him more fame and fortune. After splitting from Whiskeytown, Ryan released his first solo album in 2000 titled, Heartbreaker.
Shortly after venturing into the music world as a solo artist, the singer joined The Cardinals but went his separate way again in 2010.
One of the 46-year-old singer’s most famous works was his thirteenth studio album, Ashes & Fire, which was released in 2011. The highly successful album peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard 200.
Aside from making music, the Do You Still Love Me singer produced music for artists like Willie Nelson, Fall Out Boy, Jesse Malin, Jenny Lewi, and more.
He also forayed into writing for a while, with his book of poems titled Infinity Blues, and poems and short stories collection Hello Sunshine.
Singer’s latest Instagram post explored
The singer’s now-deleted post on Instagram took many fans by surprise.
Ryan wrote, in the caption of the deleted post, “I know I’m damaged goods. I know I am and they aren’t the ideal thing, but I had a label interested for months and they wasted my time. I’m months from losing my label, studio and my home.”
Pleading for a second chance the singer wrote, “‘I just really want a second chance to make some music, maybe help other people believe you can get up out of the gutter and be something.”
This isn’t the first time the singer has reached out pleading for help. His other deleted posts from early July see him detailing his financial struggles. He confessed that he would soon have to live in his sister’s basement because he was months away from losing, his record label, his studio and even his house.
Fans react to musician’s post
Many music fans took to Twitter after seeing Ryan’s post. As usual Twitter users did not hold back from giving their opinions. While some fans thought that he deserved a second chance, others were against it.