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Revealed: the insane net worth of country singers - Page 52 of 75 - Kiwi Report

Revealed: the insane net worth of country singers


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[post_page_title]Earl Thomas Conley (deceased) – $8 million[/post_page_title]
Hailing from Portsmouth, Ohio, was the country music singer Earl Thomas Conley. Conley rose onto the country music scene in 1942, and his career spanned over 60 years, with his most famous songs being ‘What I’d Say,’ ‘Brotherly Love’ and ‘Holding Her and Loving You.’

Earl Thomas Conley (deceased) – $8 million

During the 1980s, he had eighteen of his singles reach No. 1 on Billboard Charts, giving him have the most Number One hits during that decade within all genres, aside from Alabama and Ronnie Milsap.

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