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Bob Hallett (Robert (Bob) Hallett) is a singer, talent manager, record producer, poet, and was born in 1966 in St. John’s, Canada. Discover the biography, age, height, physical stats, dating / relationships, family and career updates of Bob Hallett. Learn how wealthy he is this year and how he spends money? Do you still know how he gained the most networth at the age of 54?
|Popular As||Robert (Bob) Hallett|
|Occupation||Musician, Talent manager, Record producer, Author|
|Age||54 years old|
|Born||1966 (age 55 years)|
|Birthplace||St. John’s, Canada|
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|Body Measurements||Not Available|
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Dating & Relationship status
Currently, he is single. He does not date anyone. We don’t have a lot of details about He’s past relationship and any prior involvement. He does not have any girls, according to our database.
Bob Hallett Net Worth
In 2018-19, the net valuation increased considerably. How much, then, is Bob Hallett worth at the age of 54? The basis of revenue for Bob Hallett comes mainly from becoming a professional singer. He’s from the Canadian culture. We have calculated the net worth, money, salary, sales, and assets of Bob Hallett.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Musician|
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Trivia of Bob Hallett
- Bob Hallett (Robert (Bob) Hallett) is a singer, talent manager, record producer, poet, and was born in 1966 in St. John’s, Canada.
- Discover the biography, age, height, physical stats, dating / relationships, family and career updates of Bob Hallett.
- Learn how wealthy he is this year and how he spends money?
- Do you still know how he gained the most networth at the age of 54?At 54 years of age, the height of Bob Hallett is not currently accessible.
- We’re going to change the height, weight, body proportions, eye colour, hair color, shoe & dress style of Bob Hallett as soon as possible.Currently, he is single.
- He does not date anyone.
- We don’t have a lot of details about He’s past relationship and any prior involvement.
- He does not have any girls, according to our database.In 2018-19, the net valuation increased considerably.
- How much, then, is Bob Hallett worth at the age of 54?
- The basis of revenue for Bob Hallett comes mainly from becoming a professional singer.
- He’s from the Canadian culture.
- We have calculated the net worth, money, salary, sales, and assets of Bob Hallett.
Timeline of Bob Hallett
In 2016, Hallett successfully campaigned to halt Walmart sales of Saint Patrick’s Day T-shirts that featured a racial slur considered offensive to native Newfoundlanders.
Since 2015, Hallett has served as the Newfoundland Music Consultant for the Tony Award-winning Broadway theater production Come from Away. The show is a musical with book, music, and lyrics by Irene Sankoff and David Hein; the Rock music-feel of the musical has been attributed to Hallett’s contributions. Set in the week following the September 11 attacks, the musical tells the true story of what transpired when 38 planes were ordered to land unexpectedly in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, as part of Operation Yellow Ribbon. At the 71st Tony Awards, the production was nominated for seven awards including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Book of a Musicaland Best Featured Actress in a Musical for Jenn Colella, ultimately winning for Best Direction of a Musical. In November 2017, plans for a Mark Gordon Company feature film adaptation were announced.
In 2015, Hallett served as Musical Composer and Arranger for the Stratford Festival production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It, directed by Jillian Keiley. In this adaptation, the play was set in Newfoundland in the 1980s, and audience members were encouraged to participate in the performance, incorporating props that the audience selected when entering the lobby. All music was composed by Hallett and played by a roots band.
Nominated for the East Coast Music Association Manager of the Year award in 2015, 2016, and 2017, Kilbride Music is a music management and production firm operated by Hallett and business partner Michelle Robertson.
With Chris Andrews (of the band Shanneyganock), Hallett co-owns Erin’s Pub, a traditional Newfoundland bar known as a kitchen party place. The establishment was the first Irish pub in Newfoundland, has played a role in launching bands, and was featured in a 2014 Cody Westman documentary (That LITTLE Room – The Story Of Erin’s Pub) that aired on all Air Canada flights in 2014.
In late 2005, Great Big Sea released its first podcast, with clips of the band bantering back and forth in the studio mixed with various songs by them and other artists. The Great Big Sea Song “Oh Yeah”, written and performed by Doyle, McCann, Hallett, Hawsley Workman, and Jeen O’Brien, was featured in the opening credits of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation show Republic of Doyle. Set and filmed in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Republic of Doyle launched in 2010 as a new drama, with one of the largest budgets in CBC history.
Great Big Sea won the Entertainer of the Year award at the East Coast Music Awards for every year between 1996 and 2000. In 2001, they decided not to submit their name for nomination in order to allow other bands to compete. They were nominated for several Juno Awards, including Group of the Year.
A founding member of Great Big Sea, Hallett performed vocals, mandolin, mandola, bouzouki, banjo, fiddle, whistles, bagpipes, accordion, and concertina with the band. Hallett, Darrell Power, and Séan McCann began playing together in a Celtic band called Rankin Street in 1989, with Alan Doyle joining in 1993. Rankin Street built a following playing at local St. John’s pubs, including Bridget’s and Greensleeves, and released one recording on cassette titled “Rankin Street”. As Great Big Sea, the group played its first official gig on March 11, 1993, opening for the Irish Descendants at Memorial University, and focusing on playing traditional instruments. Great Big Sea released nine albums between 1993 and 2010, including several platinum and gold titles. Touring intensively, the band and band members gained acclaim across North America prior to retiring in 2013 following a 20th anniversary tour. Highlights include reaching the top ten of the Canadian RPM pop chart in 1997 with “When I’m Up (I Can’t Get Down)”, a cover of a song by the British folk group Oysterband; winning the Entertainer of the Year award at the East Coast Music Awards every year between 1996 and 2000; and receiving nominations for several Juno Awards including Group of the Year in 1998, 2005, 2009, and 2011.
Hallett attended Memorial University of Newfoundland, where he completed a Bachelor of Arts in English and History in 1989. The other members of Great Big Sea attended Memorial University at the same time, and together were named Alumni of the Year in 1999. Prior to becoming a full-time musician, Hallett served as Managing Editor of the Newfoundland Herald and as a Communications Officer with Employment and Immigration Canada.
Robert (Bob) Hallett (born 1966) is a Canadian musician, author, producer, and entrepreneur, best known as a founding member of the Canadian folk rock band Great Big Sea (1993–2013). He is also a native of St. John’s, Newfoundland, Hallett co-founded Great Big Sea in 1993, with Alan Doyle, Sean McCann, and Darrell Power. The band sold over a million and half records around the world, over a twenty-year period. Through his company, Kilbride Music, Hallett has managed bands and produced records, radio specials, and live concerts. Hallet is a vocal proponent of talent development within the Newfoundland and East Coast Music Industries, and has authored a career guidebook for aspiring musicians. He works with the producers of the Broadway musical Come From Away as a Music Consultant, and has also worked at the Stratford Festival as a Composer & Music Director. As an author he has written dozens of magazine articles, essays and several books, including the best-selling memoir Writing Out The Notes. He is the owner of Erin’s Pub and Tavola Restaurant in downtown St. John’s. Hallett currently plays accordion and other instruments in the band Kelly Russell and the Planks; he has also been associated with The Once, The Dardanelles, Fabian James, and the Irish Descendants, in various capacities.