Mike Love Net Worth | Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki and Career Details

NameMike Love
NicknameMichael Edward Love
GenderMale
Date of Birth15-Mar-1941
Age in 202281
Birth Place(1941-03-15) March 15, 1941 (age 81)Los Angeles, California, U.S.
CountryUnited States
NationalityAmerican
Height6′ 1″ (1.85 m)
WeightWeight
ProfessionAmerican Singer
Famous asSinger Songwriter

Mike Love, sometimes known as Michael Edward Love, is a well-known musician from the United States. He is a deft vocalist and composer, but most importantly, he is the successful leader and creator of the renowned Beach Boys. Mike has a distinct nasal and raspy baritone voice that is known for drawing admirers from all around the world. In addition, he has worked as a successful lyricist in a number of bands.

Early Life

Mike Love was born on March 15, 1941, in the Californian metropolis of Los Angeles to parents Emily and Edward Milton Love. Mike received his education at Dorsey High School, from which he graduated in 1959.

Mike quickly found his job since he came from a family that allegedly valued creativity and had a rich musical history. Especially during Christmas, he would fan his voice during family gatherings. This had drawn Brian Wilson’s attention to him. Following this, the pair went on to establish the well-known Beach Boys in 1961. The dedication of Brian to the Four Freshmen was a crucial factor in the project

Beginning with just Brian’s piano playing, the band quickly expanded with the addition of Carl Wilson and AL Jardine’s guitar playing.

Age, Height, and Weight

Mike Love, who was born on March 15, 1941, will be 80 years old on January 24, 2022, which is the current date. He weighs 80 kilograms and stands 1.85 meters tall.

Career

In the beginning, Mike entered the music industry by playing saxophone for the Beach Boys. He quickly attained a steady position alongside other musicians including Gary Usher, Roger Christian, and a select few. After writing “The Warmth Of The Sun” in 1963, he became a successful lyricist.

Despite having a modest beginning, the band quickly rose to great prominence on a global scale. The band decided to base their subject on the popular Southern California beach and surf songs, which had won the hearts of many listeners. They released “Surfin,” their debut solo song, in 1961, and it quickly rose to the 75th spot in the top 100 Billboard’s List. In 1962, the band signed with Capitol Records shortly after. They gained more fame that year when their album, “Surfin’ Safari,” debuted at number 32 on the Billboard charts.

Within a relatively short period of time, Mike had established himself as the band’s lead singer, lyricist, and onstage diva. He received a great deal of admiration from his fans for his work on “Little Deuce Coupe,” “Surfin’ U.S.A.,” “Be True To Your School,” “Fun Fun Fun,” “Good Vibrations,” and “California Girls.”

Mike was also a co-writer of the lovely song “Kokomo” in 1988. The song “That’s Why God Made The Radio” is another outstanding smash for the group. After that, the group broke numerous records, continued to exalt their art, and reached out to countless individuals all over the world.

Achievement & Awards

In addition to receiving the renowned Golden Globes, USA award in 1989, Mike Love also received the Kid’s Choice Awards, BMI Film and TV Awards, ASCAP Film and Television Music Award, and Golden Camera, Germany in 2016.

Mike Love’s Salary and Net Worth

Mike Love comes from a family that has always encouraged and valued music. With his cousins, he had since co-founded the renowned group known as the Beach Boys. The band had revealed Mike’s outstanding musical abilities and attracted enough attention for him. The triumph had been complemented by international renown, and as of January 2021, Mike Love’s net worth was estimated to be $90 million.

Although Mike Love married five times throughout his life, he did have a generally pleasant career. But in his private life, Mike happens to be a passionate admirer of nature. In addition to music, he started the Love Foundation to support environmental and educational concerns.