Myles Kennedy Net Worth

How Much is Myles Kennedy’s Net Worth as of 2023?

Myles Kennedy Net Worth:
$5 Million

Myles Kennedy Net Worth

Myles Kennedy – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $5 Million
Date of birth: November 27, 1969 (54 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Guitarist

Guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist with Alter Bridge who can hold a note for upwards of twenty seconds. He and Slash have also collaborated together on projects.

He was a well-known guitar instructor in the Spokane, Washington area. In the past, he was a music theory student.

He wrote the song “Metallingus” for the WWE SmackDown vs. RAW video game series.


Myles Kennedy started his professional music career in 1990 when he joined Cosmic Dust Fusion Band as a lead guitarist. The following year, they released their first music album, Journey, which was well received by audiences as well as critics. Soon, Kennedy left the group and joined another music band Citizen Swing as their lead vocalist and guitarist. They released their debut music album, Cure Me with the Groove, in 1993.

How Rich is Myles Kennedy
Myles Kennedy is looking supreme as ever, and his net worth isn’t too bad either.

Personal Life

He married his wife Selena in May of 2003.

He considers Robert Plant to be one of his favorite singers.


“People have been saying rock is dead for years, but the reality is that it just falls out of favor with pop culture from time to time.”

— Myles Kennedy

“I’m certainly no Bruce Springsteen in terms of being a storyteller, but I’m trying to get a better handle on it and not always go after it from an autobiographical standpoint.”

— Myles Kennedy

“I’m not a mixer. That’s not what I do. I’m a songwriter, a singer, and a guitar player. You might have some ideas here and there, but you let the mixer mix the song because, overall, you’ve gotta trust their instincts.”

— Myles Kennedy

“I really enjoy the moments with Alter Bridge where I can step out and play lead and have fun.”

— Myles Kennedy

“Vocally, I don’t think analogue makes that much difference, but with guitars, it definitely makes some difference. With drums and bass, absolutely.”

— Myles Kennedy