Shooter Jennings

Quick Facts

Celebrated Name: Shooter Jennings
Real Name/Full Name: Waylon Albright Jennings
Gender: Male
Age: 43 years old
Birth Date: May 19 1979
Birth Place: Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.69 m
Weight: 75 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Misty Swain (m. 2013)
Children: Yes (Waylon Albert Jennings, Alabama Gypsy Rose Jennings)
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Profession: Singer-songwriter
Net Worth in 2022: $15 million
Social Media: Instagram

An American singer and songwriter is named Shooter Jennings. According to reports, he has seven albums and several EPs to his credit. He has also made several film appearances.

How much is the net worth of Shooter Jennings?

As of 2022, Shooter Jennings is worth $15 million. The main sources of his enormous income are his songs and CDs. Additionally, he earns money by performing concerts at various times.

Shooter Jennings was raised by a wealthy family who could support him in his career as a musician. The shooter also cleverly employed those resources to start a lucrative singing career. Shooter managed to learn the guitar at age 14 and the piano at age 8, which takes a lot of effort, and the audience has always loved all of his songs, whether he performs them solo or in duet.

Where was Shooter Jennings born?

American city of Nashville, Tennessee, is the place of Shooter Jennings’ birth. His parents, Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, were both legendary figures in the music business. His early years were spent in a bus’ cradle, and musicians like Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, and Johnny Cash played music around him constantly. Shooter didn’t start playing the drums until he was 5 years old, most likely because of this. He began learning the piano when he was eight years old, and he picked up the guitar when he was fourteen.

When he was a senior in high school, he founded the rock band “KilRaven.” In 1996, Shooter and his father made their first album together. In 2011, he released the album “Missed The Boat” along with the Kilraven song “Only You.” The “Fenixon” record was never released because a distributor couldn’t be found. 2014 saw the complete release of “Fenixon” by The “Black Country Rock” of Shooter.

What are the age, height, and weight of Shooter Jennings?

Shooter Jennings was born on May 19, 1979, which means that in 2022 he will be 43 years old. He is 75 kg in weight and 1.69 meters tall.

Who is the wife of Shooter Jennings?

In the Californian city of Joshua Tree on June 4, 2013, Shooter wed actor Misty Brooke Swain. After dating American actor Drea de Matteo for four years, in 2007, Shooter Jennings and Drea de Matteo were thrilled to give birth to a daughter they named Alabama Gypsyrose Jennings. 2011 brought more good fortune for the couple when a boy named Waylon Albert “Blackjack” Jennings was born. However, they never got married and eventually broke up.


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In 2001, Shooter Jennings moved to Los Angeles and became a member of the rock band “Stargunn.” He sang and played the piano in front of the band. Shooter and the other “Stargunn” musicians released their debut album, “The Only Way Up Is Down,” by the end of 2001. He sang “I’ve Always Been Crazy” in memory of his father after his death in 2002. On March 30, 2003, Shooter left “Stargunn” and began performing solo shows.

On March 24, 2009, Shooter Jennings and the.357’s released their first compilation album, “Bad Magick: The Best of Shooter Jennings and the.357’s,” which was also their fourth overall. He had a contract with Show Dog-Universal Music, and in 2005, he released his debut album, “Put the “O” Back in Country.” The album became so well-known that it was listed at number 22 on Billboard’s list of “Hot Country Songs.” Shooter’s second solo album, “Electric Rodeo,” was made available on April 4, 2006. On October 23, 2007, “The Wolf,” his third album, was made available.

After the release of his fifth album, “Black Ribbons,” on March 20, 2010, Shooter and his band, “Hierophant,” parted ways with Universal Records because he had fulfilled his commitment to the label to release four albums. Prior to changing the name of the group after leaving Universal, Shooter was in The.357’s. By the end of the year, Shooter and many other artists had founded the “XXX” movement. The campaign aimed to aid musicians who were having a hard time becoming well-known.


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On March 13, 2012, Shooter released his sixth album, “Family Man,” following an agreement with E1 Music and The Triple Crown. Shooter’s album “Family Man” had some of its recording taken out and put on his upcoming record at the time, “The Other Life.” He appeared in “The Drinking Side of Country,” Bucky Covington’s debut song, on July 31, 2012.

With Blake Judd’s help, Shooter created the 32-minute horror movie “The Other Life.” It was based on it and featured six songs from his eponymous album. The shooter also hosts the “Electric Rodeo” program on the “SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country station.” The majority of the music played on the program, which airs at night on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, is outlaw, rock, and country.

Awards and Achievements

Although Shooter Jennings is a singer who has yet to receive any honors, many of his songs have appeared on the Hot Country Songs chart of Billboard. The “Music Connection” magazine named the shooter as one of the “Hot 100 Unsigned Artists” of 2001. His short film “The Other Life” won the “Best Short Film” award at the 2013 Horror Hound Festival.