What is David Lee Roth’s net worth?

ROCKSTAR David Lee Roth is best known for being the lead singer of Van Halen.

The singer shocked his fans when he announced on October 1, 2021, that he was retiring from the band.


David Lee Roth is a rockstar

What is David Lee Roth’s net worth?

David Lee Roth, 66, has an estimated net worth of $60million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

The musician has amassed most of his fortune through performing with the band Van Halen.

The band grossed more than $93million in tour sales, the highest of any North American tour in its history.

David is best known for being on the band Van Halen


David is best known for being on the band Van HalenCredit: Redferns

Who is David Lee Roth?

David is a singer, songwriter, and former radio personality.

Aside from performing with Van Halen, David was a successful solo artist, releasing numerous RIAA-certified Gold and Platinum albums.

He spent his time with Van Halen across three stints, from 1974 to 1985, in 1996, and again from 2006 until 2020.

David was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the band.

The musician is also a state-licensed emergency medical technician in New York.

David was never married and it is unclear if he is currently dating anyone.

It is also unknown if he ever had children.

What did David Lee Roth say about retiring from Van Halen?

David dropped the bombshell news in a phone interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal that he was retiring, saying: “I am throwing in the shoes. I’m retiring.

“This is the first, and only, official announcement. … You’ve got the news. Share it with the world.

Adding: “I’m not going to explain the statement. The explanation is in a safe. These are my last five shows.”

The singer said that his five upcoming shows in Las Vegas will be his last on stage.

The Van Halen era comes to a close in January at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay.

The band will be performing several shows from New Year’s Eve until January 8, 2022. 

Tickets will go on sale on Saturday, October 2 at 10am.

David said that the shows will be reminiscent of the old times of Van Halen.

“I’ve got a band that is doing what Al and I used to call a ‘block,’ that means 75 rehearsals for one show,” David said. 

“We are bringing it in classic VH style. Alex and I are the only version, that was his message. There is no other variation. There is no torch being passed. There is no other side to this coin. This is classic, in-your-face Van Halen,” he added.

“I’ve given you all I’ve got to give. It’s been an amazing, great run, no regrets, nothing to say about anybody. I’ll miss you all. Stay frosty.”

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