Facts of Emory Gordy Jr.
|Full Name:||Emory Gordy Jr.|
|Age:||74 years 6 months|
|Birth Date:||December 25, 1944|
|Birth Place:||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Education:||Middle Georgia College, Georgia State University|
|Profession:||Musician and music producer|
|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
Relationship Statistics of Emory Gordy Jr.
|What is Emory Gordy Jr. marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|When did Emory Gordy Jr. get married ? (married date):||February 06, 1989|
|How many children does Emory Gordy Jr. have ? (name):||None|
|Is Emory Gordy Jr. having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Emory Gordy Jr. gay ?:||No|
|Who is Emory Gordy Jr. wife ? (name):|
More about the relationship
Emory Gordy Jr. is a married man. He is married to singer Patty Loveless. The pair married on 6 February 1989. Emory’s marriage is going strong as there is no news regarding any extramarital affairs at present.
Who is Emory Gordy Jr.?
Emory Gordy Jr. is an American musician and music producer. Additionally, he is married to American country music singer Patty Loveless. Previously, Emory worked as a producer at MCA Records in Nashville.
Emory Gordy Jr.’s Early Life, Childhood, and Education
Emory was born in Atlanta, Georgia on December 25, 1944. He developed a keen interest in the world of music since his childhood years and began playing keyboard at an early age. He is of American British nationality. Furthermore, there are no details available about his ethnicity at present.
Talking about his education, Emory attended Middle Georgia College. Additionally, he later attended Georgia State University.
Emory Gordy Jr.’s Career, Salary, Net Worth
Emory initially began his career as a studio musician in Atlanta. Later, he began working with Mac Davis, Freddy Weller, and Razzy Bailey. Additionally, he arranged Roy Orbison’s ‘Walk On’ single. After moving to Los Angeles in early 1970, he continued working as a studio musician working at MCA.
He also toured as a bass player with Neil Diamond in 1971. He also played on Phil Seymour’s self-titled debut solo album. Furthermore, he joined John Denver’s band by 1979 and alternated touring the U.S., Australia, and Europe. Previously, he also played bass on projects by famous artists including Billy Joel, The Bellamy Brothers, and Tom Petty.
Emory has worked alongside Tony Brown, George Jones, and Bill Monroe. In 1984, he co-produced albums with Vince Gill. He is currently in semi-retirement. Additionally, he is also an avid ham radio operator. To date, he has worked for music groups like The Notorious Cherry Bombs, TCB Band, and The John Denver Band.
Emory won the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2011. Additionally, he won Academy of Country Music Award for Bass Player of the Year in 1988 and 1987.
Emory has not revealed his current salary. Furthermore, there are no details available about his net worth at present.
Emory Gordy Jr.’s Rumors, Controversy
Emory has kept most part of his life and career away from the media spotlight. He has not been part of any notable controversies to date. At present, there are no rumors concerning his life and career.
Emory Gordy Jr.’s Body Measurement
Talking about his body measurement, there are no details available about Emory’s height and weight. His hair color and eye color is dark brown.
Emory Gordy Jr.’s Social Media
Emory is not active over the social media. He does not have his official Twitter and Instagram account. Additionally, he is not active on Facebook as well.
References: (discogs.com, allmusic.com)