The popular quote, 'Age is just a number' works quite rightly in the case of Robert Finley who thrived in the fourteenth season of 'America's Got Talent.' Although he didn't' end up getting knocked out in the semi-finals, he definitely impressed a global audience to grow very famous.
Robert Finley's Six-Figured Net Worth
When it comes to finances and income, Robert Finley has nothing much to worry about as his late success in music led him to a lot of fame and fortune. The singer-songwriter currently gathers a whopping net worth of $500,000 as of November 2020. No one else can take credit for his soaring bank balance apart from himself as the blues singer came up with the studio album, 'Age Don't Mean a Thing.'
Robert's success as a musician is purely inspiring to the whole world considering how he started from the streets, literally. He worked as a part-time performer and the leader of the gospel group, Brother Finley and the Gospel Sisters. Furthermore, he even worked as a carpenter, but unfortunately had to retire after getting labeled as 'legally blind.'
Finley started getting famous when he auditioned in live television for the first time in episode 1406 of the renowned actor. As he sang an original song, 'Medicine Woman.' popular judges including the very critical Simon Cowell and Dwyane Wade applauded him with a standing ovation. He continued to impress in the latter rounds and manage to reach the semifinals of the popular contest. Interestingly, he is the third blind contestant who managed to reach on the live shows of the AGT.
Robert Finley's Lowkey Personal Life and Background
While Robert Finley has been impressing the American music industry for the past few years, the blues and soul singer-songwriter keeps a low-profile about his personal life. Consequently, there is no idea of whether he is married, dating, or single. Judging by the looks of the situation, the 'Age Don't Mean a Thing' singer looks determined in his career than date any girlfriend.
Talking about his career, Finley was born in Bernice, Louisiana, the state where he spent most of his childhood. He was only 11 when he bought his first guitar. He was fond of Gospel music from a young age and went to the quartet group from the very first seat. As he became an adult he joined the American army to work as a helicopter technician. However, his plans didn't work as he worked as a bandleader for the army instead.
Quick Facts: Robert Finley
- He considers WWE legend Booker T as his inspiration.
- Robert released his second album named 'Goin' Platinum! on December 8, 2017.
- Music foundation, 'Music Maker Relief Foundation' helped him get exposure to the world of music.
- Robert often does several live gigs and concerts.
- He even featured in tours with Robert Lee Coleman and Alabama Slim.