Peter Green vs Jimi Hendrix

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Musician & Songwriter
Singer & Musician
$15 Million
Net worth 2018
Musicians
Industry
Singers
Bethnal Green, London
Residence
Seattle, Washington, US
British
Country
United States
29/10/1946
BirthDay
27/11/1942
Died On
September 18, 1970
Education
Washington Junior High School
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2009

A BBC Four documentary, ‘Peter Green: Man of the World’, produced by Henry Hadaway, was released in 2009

2004

In 2004, Green left the group and moved to Sweden, and later joined ‘The British Blues All Stars’ to perform in one of their tours

1990

In the late 1990s, he formed, with Nigel Watson and Cozy Powell, ‘Peter Green Splinter Group’ and the group released albums like, ‘Soho Session (1998)’, ‘Hot Foot Powder (2000)’, ‘Blues Don’t Change (2001)’, ‘Reaching the Cold 100 (2003)’, etc

1981

He made contribution to Mick Fleetwood’s album, ‘The Visitor’, specifically to the songs ‘Rattlesnake Shake’ and ‘Super Brains’, in 1981

1979

By 1979, with the help of his brother Michael, Green started to resurface on the professional scene and signed with Peter Vernon-Kell’s PVK label

1977

In 1977, he was arrested for threatening his accountant with a shotgun

1971

In 1971, he reunited with Fleetwood Mac for a brief time for their USA tour under the different name, ‘Peter Blue’

1970

Soon Green was diagnosed with schizophrenia and through the rest of the 1970s he underwent psychotherapies and electroconvulsive therapies

1969

More of his singles started to hit the chart in 1969, like, ‘Albatross’, ‘Oh Well’, ‘Man of the World’ and ‘The Green Manalishi’

1968

From 1968, Green increasingly started contributing more and more as a writer for the band and made many original compositions

1967

Within a month of their formation the band played at the Windsor National Jazz and Blues Festival in 1967, which led to their signing to Mike Vernon’s Blue Horizon label

1966

He played bass for the band but in 1966, he was hired as lead guitarist in Peter Bardens’ band, ‘Peter B’s Looners’