Glenn Dawson Wheatley was an Australian talent manager, entertainment industry executive and musician know all about Glenn Wheatley Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Management.
Glenn Dawson Wheatley was an Australian talent manager, entertainment industry executive and musician. Wheatley began his career as a musician in Brisbane in the mid-1960s and in the late 1960s became nationally famous as the bass guitarist of leading rock band the Masters Apprentices.In 2007, he was found guilty of channelling more than $650,000 through tax fraud schemes.Wheatley was sentenced to 15 months in prison.
Glenn Wheatley Wiki Bio
|Real Name||Glenn Wheatley|
|Date of Birth||23 January 1948|
|Died||1 February 2022|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Spouse / Partner||Gaynor Martin (m. 1982)|
|Children||Samantha Wheatley, Tim Wheatley, Kara Wheatley|
|Profession||Australian Musician and talent manager|
Glenn Wheatley Family, Parents
Glenn Dawson was Born on 23 January 1948 in Australia.His Father name is Dawson Wheatley and his mother name is not known.Wheatley was an iconic industry figure, managing John Farnham and helping launch the career of Delta Goodrem.
Glenn Wheatley Wife, Children
Glenn Wheatley was married with his beautiful wife Gaynor Martin. Gaynor Martin is also an actress. the couple have three children together one son and two daughters.
Glenn Wheatley Net Worth
Glenn Wheatley has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2022. He makes a lot of money through his music career, which he devotes a lot of time to and puts his true essence.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$4 Million|
|Income Source||Australian talent manager|
|Annual Income / Salary||Under Review|
Glenn Wheatley Net Worth Growth
|Net Worth 2022||$4 Million|
|Net Worth 2021||$3 Million|
|Net Worth 2020||$2 Million|
|Net Worth 2019||$1.5 Million|
|Net Worth 2018||$1 Million|
Career as Musician
Wheatley’s first significant foray into music was as guitarist in the Brisbane blues band Bay City Union, which was fronted by singer Matt Taylor, who later achieved considerable fame in Australia as the lead singer of pioneering Australian eccentric blues band Chain.
In early 1968 Wheatley was hired as the bass player in a new line-up of the Melbourne based pop-rock band the Masters Apprentices, then one of Australia’s most popular groups. Wheatley’s four-year tenure with the group, which lasted until shortly before their demise in 1972, included the recording of many of their most successful songs including the hit singles “Turn Up Your Radio” (1970) and “Because I Love You” (1971) as well as the 1971 LP Choice Cuts, which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London.
After the Little River Band was dropped by Capitol Records in 1986, Wheatley returned to Australia and began managing an old friend, singer John Farnham, who had been a leading star in the 1960s but was reduced to playing club gigs before replacing Glenn Shorrock in 1982 as lead singer of Little River Band. Wheatley mortgaged his own house to help pay for the recording of Farnham’s 1986 comeback album, Whispering Jack.Wheatley also managed Australian Neighbours actress and singer Delta Goodrem, helping her to achieve major success, but Goodrem split with Wheatley under acrimonious circumstances in 2003.
In 1980, Wheatley led a consortium that founded EON-FM in Melbourne, the first commercial FM radio station in Australia. It was sold to Triple M in 1985.Wheatley bought EON-FM again in 1986 before selling it to Hoyts.In 2013, EON Broadcasters, in which Wheatley held a 10% shareholding, purchased 91.9 Sea FM and 92.7 Mix FM on the Sunshine Coast from Southern Cross Austereo.In 2017, EON Broadcasters purchased 2CH in Sydney from Macquarie Radio, selling it in 2020 to Sports Entertainment Network.
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