Joe Logan Diffie is a country music singer, best known for his five #1 singles, including "Third Rock from The Sun", "Home", "If the Devil Danced", "Pickup Man" and "Bigger Than the Beatles". In 1998, he won a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with "Same Old Train". In 1997, he received a Humanitarian Award from the Country Radio Broadcasters. He is the son of Joe R., musician who played guitar and banjo.
Joe Diffie's Personal Life
His first wife Janise Parker was his college sweetheart, with whom he has raised a son Parker and a daughter Kara.
After getting a divorce with his first wife in 1986, he married a nurse technician Debbie Jones with whom he stayed for almost 8 years and raised two sons, Tyler and Drew.
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Since 2000, he enjoyed his third marriage with Theresa Trump. With his third wife, he fathered a daughter, Kylie Tarissa in 2004.
The couple divorced in 2017. He married for the fourth time with Tara (Terpening) on 26 May 2018 at the Musicians Hall of Fame.
Joe Diffie's Net Worth
Diffie amassed a net worth of about $36 million as of 2019.
Joe Diffie's Wiki-Bio
Joe Logan Diffie was born on 28 December 1958 in Velma-Alma, Oklahoma.
He studied at Cameron University. Some of his singles debuted on the Billboard Hot Country Songs at no. 1 including "Third Rock from the Sun", "Pickup Man", "Home", and "If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)".
Joe Diffie Affairs
First Affair with Liz Allison
She is the widow of NASCAR driver Davey Allison. Professionally, she is a writer and author.