Alan Lancaster Net Worth
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Alan Lancaster’s net worth: Alan (Alan Charles) Lancaster (born 7 February 1949) is an English singer and bassist, a founding member of the rock band Status Quo who had a net worth of $5 million at the time of his death. However, it is not possible to make an exact calculation about the fortune of this great singer and Songwriter. We have estimated Alan Lancaster’s net worth, salary, money, income, and assets.
|Full Name||Alan Charles Lancaster|
|Date of Birth|
February 7, 1949
|Place of Birth||Peckham, London, United Kingdom|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
Alan Lancaster Died
The artist was 72 years old and suffered from multiple sclerosis for years.
His widow has published a statement in which he assured that “he was a devoted and adoring husband, father and grandfather”
He also worked as a lead vocalist on some of his songs and as a lead songwriter.
The bassist and founding member of the mythical group Status Quo, Alan Lancaster, has died at the age of 72 at his home in Sydney, Australia, according to The Mirror newspaper.
For his part, his widow whom he married in 1978 has published another statement in which he reveals that the entire family is completely devastated. “Alan had a wonderful wit and a fabulous sense of humor. He was a devoted and adoring husband, father, and grandfather.
According to this medium, Lancaster suffered from multiple sclerosis. Lancaster’s passing was confirmed by a close friend, Craig Bennett, at the request of the deceased’s family.
“It hurts my heart to announce the passing of Alan Lancaster, British music royalty, guitar god, and founding member of the iconic band Status Quo,” said Bennett.
“Despite having multiple sclerosis and mobility issues, Alan took part in highly successful reunion tours … He played bravely for thousands of fans and loved being back with the band and their loyal ‘Quo army,’ he continued.
Lancaster leaves behind his wife Dayle, whom he married in 1978, two sons named Alan Jr and David, and five grandchildren.
Alan Lancaster was one of the rock group’s original members along with frontman Francis Rossi, 72, and guitarist Rick Parfitt, who died in 2016 at the age of 68.
A career with Status Quo
In 1962 and with only thirteen years of age, he founded the band The Scorpions, which years later would be called Status Quo, together with guitarist Francis Rossi. In the British band, he was not only the bassist and in certain songs the main vocalist, but also one of its main composers. After more than two decades as an active member of the group, he began to have serious discussions with Rossi and Rick Parfitt, which unofficially led to his departure from the band in late 1984. The last concert he held with Status Quo was at Live Aid on July 13, 1985, at Wembley Stadium, and after that, he announced his permanent retirement from the group.
Reunion tours with Status Quo
In mid-2010, the world press speculated about Lancaster’s return to Status Quo, after he participated as a guest musician in some of the band’s live concerts in Australia. Finally, in 2013 and through an official statement, the band reported that they would go on tour with the classic lineup called Frantic Four (Rossi, Parfitt, Lancaster, Coghlan). In the same way, in 2014 he returned to tour with his former colleagues during a series of presentations, which culminated on April 12 at The O2 in Dublin, being his last appearance with the London group.
With Status Quo
- 1968: Picturesque Matchstickable Messages from the Status Quo
- 1969: Spare Parts
- 1970: Ma Kelly’s Greasy Spoon
- 1971: Dog of Two Head
- 1972: Piledriver
- 1973: Hello!
- 1974: Quo
- 1975: On the Level
- 1976: Blue for You
- 1977: Rockin ‘All Over the World
- 1978: If You Can’t Stand the Heat
- 1979: Whatever You Want
- 1980: Just Supposin ‘
- 1981: Never Too Late
- 1982: 1 + 9 + 8 + 2
- 1983: Back to Back
With The Party Boys
1987: The Party Boys
With The Bombers
1990: AIM High
As a soloist
1999: Life After Quo