How much is Barry Goldberg worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Barry Goldberg? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Barry Goldberg's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Barry Joseph Goldberg (born December 25, 1942, Chicago, Illinois) is a keyboardist, composer and record producer of blues and rock. \n \n\nBarry_Goldberg's Biography \n During his adolescence in Chicago, Goldberg was a follower of Muddy Waters, Otis Rush and Howlin 'Wolf. He started playing keyboards in the band that accompanied Bob Dylan during his new "electrified" stage, performing in 1965 at the Newport Folk Festival. In 1967, he founded The Electric Flag with Mike Bloomfield, and in 1968 he founded the Barry Goldberg Reunion. \n The songs of Goldberg (several of them co-written with Gerry Goffin) have been recorded by musicians such as Rod Stewart, Gladys Knight, Joe Cocker, Steve Miller, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Gram Parsons and BJ Thomas. \n Goldberg's first professional recording was "Devil with the Blue Dress On" \/ "Good Golly Miss Molly" by Mitch Ryder & amp; the Detroit Wheels. Among the albums she collaborated in included Death of a Ladies' Man, by Leonard Cohen, End of the Century, by the Ramones, The Gilded Palace of Sin by The Flying Burrito Brothers and Super Session in collaboration with Michael Bloomfield, Stephen Stills, and Al Kooper. \n Goldberg has also produced albums for Percy Sledge including Blue Night (with a Grammy nomination) and Shining Through the Rain. \n In 1992 he played the organ with the band of Carla Olson & amp; Mick Taylor, and recorded the album Too Hot for Snakes, in collaboration with artists like Ian McLagan, Jesse Sublett and John "Juke" Logan. \n In 1994, Goldberg and Saul Davis produced Percy Sledge's Blue Night, for which they had the collaboration of Bobby Womack, Steve Cropper, Mick Taylor, Greg Leisz, Bob Glaub, Ed Greene, Mikael Rickfors, with written songs. by Rickfors, Gregg Sutton, Pat Robinson, Carla Olson, the Bee Gees, Quinton Claunch, Fats Domino and Otis Redding. \n In 1999, Goldberg composed and interpolated for Disney Channel the theme for the movie Smart House, entitled "The House is Jumpin '," with Phil Shenale and Sterling Smith and the voice of Chan Andr\u00e9. He wrote the subject with the collaboration of Jill Wisoff and Joel Diamond. \n In 2002, he collaborated with Bo Diddley's tribute album Hey Bo Diddley - A Tribute !, playing the piano on the songs "Pills", "I'm A Man" and "Before You Accuse Me". \n Between 2005 and 2006, he toured with Nick Gravenites, Harvey Mandel and Corky Siegel. The album resulting from that tour, reached number 2 on the Billboard Blues Chart and received excellent reviews. \n On July 7, 2009, the 1974 album titled Barry Goldberg was reissued, including unreleased songs. The album was produced by Bob Dylan and Jerry Wexler. \n In 2012, Stephen Stills recruited Goldberg for his new band, The Rides, along with guitarist Kenny Wayne Shepherd and session drummer Chris Layton. Goldberg co-wrote four songs for the band's debut album, released that same year with the title Can not Get Enough. \n The documentary "Born in Chicago" of 2013, awarded at the SXSW Festival, had the collaboration of Goldberg, Bob Dylan, BB King, Buddy Guy, Hubert Sumlin, Eric Burdon and many others. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Barry Goldberg\nWhole NameBarry Joseph GoldbergNickname(s)Barry Goldberg, Goldberg, BarryBorn\/WhereChicago, IllinoisBornDecember 25, 1942What He\/She DoesMusician, songwriter, producer\n\nThe Barry Goldberg's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.