About Billy Gilman
It has been estimated that the overall size of Billy Gilman net worth currently is as high as 4 million dollars. Billy Gilman has earned his net worth because of his career as a country music singer. In 2000, Billy Gilman released his first single called “One Voice”. At that time, he was only 11 years old. The single landed in the Top 20 on the Billboard country music charts. Billy Gilman became the youngest singer to have his song in a Top 40 on the country music charts.
In the same year, Epic Records released Billy Gilman’s first album called “One Voice”. The album received a double platinum certification in the United States and the sales of it have also increased the current amount of Billy Gilman net worth. Then, he released a holiday album called “Classic Christmas”, which was certified as gold. Billy Gilman released his second studio album called “Dare to Dream”, which also received the gold certification.
In 2005, Billy Gilman signed a contract with Image Entertainment. In that year, the label released his another effort, called “Everything and More”. In 2006, the singer released one more album called “Billy Gilman”.
The sales of all of his records not only made him more recognized, but also increased the total amount of Billy Gilman net worth.
However, in the period of 2006-2009, his records failed to chart. Thus, he decided to stop his singing career for a while. In 2014, Billy Gilman returned to the music industry when he released a single called “Say You Will”.
Billy Gilman was born in 1988 in Westerly, Rhode Island. Before he started to attend school, he was already singing. Later, this career made his name well known and also increased the overall size of Billy Gilman net worth. When he was 7 years old, he performed in public for the first time. When he was 9 years old, Billy Gilman was noticed by Ray Benson of Asleep at the Wheel. In 2000, he was signed to Epic Records Nashville and his professional career began.
For his first single called “One Voice”, Billy Gilman was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance. In the same year, he recorded for the tribute album called “Country Goes Raffi”. He sang the song called “Baby Beluga”. In 2001, Billy Gilman appeared in Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special, where he performed a song called “Ben”. The concert was later broadcasted. Billy Gilman appeared on the album called “Dream a Dream” by Charlotte Church.
After he released his album called “Dare to Dream”, Billy Gilman’s voice began to change because of puberty and he decided to stop his music career for some time. His last album released on Epic Records was called “Music Through Heartsongs: Songs Based on the Poems of Mattie J.T. Stepanek”. The songs included in the album were based on poems written by poet Mattie Stepanek. In 2012, he began to work with other country musicians and released a charity single called “The Choice”.