Quick Facts About Joe Lynn Turner
|Name||Joe Lynn Turner|
|Birth Name||Joe Lynn Turner|
|Celebrated Name||Joe Lynn Turner|
|Nick Name||Joe Lynn Turner|
|Date of Birth||August 02, 1951|
|Age||65 Years Old|
|Marital Status||Live In Relation|
|Place Of Birth||Kansas City, Missouri , United States|
|Endorsment||The British Tours|
|Chest Size Inch||40|
|Bearded Style||Salt And Pepper|
|Best Known For||Big Joe Turner|
|Primary School||Joseph Turner Primary School|
|University||University Of Sheffield|
|Shoe Size Milimeters||9.5|
Joe Lynn Turner Net Worth
Joe Lynn Turner is an American singer, known for his works with hard rock band Rainbow. Unfortunately his net worth has not yet mentioned by any source which could help his readers to know more about him. During his career, Turner fronted jazz rock/pop rock band Fandango, had the short-lived collaboration for neoclassical metal guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen and Deep Purple. From the mid 1990s, he worked with various musical groups (progressive rock band Mother's Army, funk rock duo Hughes Turner Project, AOR side project Sunstorm, etc.), while pursuing a solo career. He is currently the vocalist for Rated X, based on Mother's Army. Their album was released in 2014.
Born Joseph Arthur Mark Linquito to an Italian family, in high school, Turner formed the band Ezra, performing original material and cover songs. He played the accordion as a child, grew up with an appreciation for classic R&B and became an accomplished guitarist in his early teens. He was once influenced primarily by such artists as Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Free. In 1976, Turner enjoyed his first taste of national success with Fandango, a band described as an eclectic mix of R&B, pop, country, jazz and melodic rock. He sang and played guitar on all of the band's four albums. Fandango toured with numerous artists including The Allman Brothers, The Marshall Tucker Band, The Beach Boys and Billy Joel.
In 1985, after the break-up of Rainbow, Turner released a solo album, Rescue You, produced by Roy Thomas Baker, known for his work with Queen and The Cars. He co-wrote most of the songs with keyboardist Al Greenwood (Foreigner). The first single, "Endlessly," received extensive airplay on radio and MTV. Tours with Night Ranger and Pat Benatar and an acting role in the TV movie Blue Deville followed. In 1987 Turner also supplied backing vocals to the Michael Bolton album The Hunger. He appeared on the tracks "Hot Love" and "Gina". In 1988, he joined Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force and recorded the album Odyssey. Recently, on February 9, 2015 Turner was a guest singer, alongside with the winner Slavin Slavchev, in the final of the third season of X Factor.