Facts of Frankie Ballard
|Date of Birth :
|41 years old
|Family Name :
|Birth Country :
|Birth Sign :
|Frank Robert Ballard IV
|Weight in KG
|Western Michigan University
|Next Big Star competition for Michigan in 2008
An American country music singer-songwriter and guitarist Frankie Ballard who is widely known for his singles like Tell Me You Get Lonely and A Buncha Girls. He was named after his father Frankie Ballard. His singles like Tell Me You Get Lonely has already charted on the Hot Country Songs charts. His music is said to be more like the music of country star Gary Allan. In 2008 he won the Next Big Star competition held in Michigan. His third single, "Helluva Life" which was recorded in Warner Bros, which charted in number 1 single in early 2014.
Frankie Ballard's Personal Life
Ballard married his love, Christina Murphy on 12 March 2017. She is the owner of Old Smokey Boots, a shoe and accessory store.
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Later, he took social media to announce his marriage. They tied the knot at Star Hill Ranch in Bee Cave
Frankie Ballard's Net Worth
Ballard amassed a net worth of about $1.5 million as of 2019.
Frankie Ballard's Wiki-Bio
Frank Robert Ballard IV was born on 16 December 1982 in Battle Creek Michigan.
He attended Mott Community College and played college baseball. He continued playing baseball in the NCAA while studying at Western Michigan University.
He released his debut single with Reprise Records Nashville "Tell Me You Get Lonely" in 2010 with the second single "A Buncha Girls" in 2011.