Dale Watson

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Dale Watson was born on 7 October, 1962 in Birmingham, AL. Discover Dale Watson’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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American singer
Age58 years old
Zodiac SignLibra
Born7 October 1962
Birthday7 October
BirthplaceBirmingham, AL

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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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ChildrenDalynn Grace Watson, Raquel Cain Watson

Dale Watson Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Dale Watson worth at the age of 58 years old? Dale Watson’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from AL. We have estimated Dale Watson’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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trivia of  Dale Watson

  • Dale Watson was born on 7 October, 1962 in Birmingham, AL.
  • He is not dating anyone.
  • We don’t have much information about He’s past relationship and any previous engaged.
  • According to our Database, He has no children.He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19.
  • Dale Watson’s income source is mostly from being a successful .
  • He is from AL.
  • We have estimated Dale Watson’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Timeline of Dale Watson


In 2019 he opened bar and restaurant Hernando’s Hide-a-way in Memphis, Tennessee alongside with his Fiancé, singer/songwriter Celine Lee. Celine and Dale began exclusively seeing each other while recording her album Cat-Eyes with friend and multimedia artist Kacie Marie. Celine and Dale also co-wrote her debut solo Album of the same name ‘Celine Lee’.


In 2015 he toured in January with The Reverend Horton Heat as part of The BADDEST of The BAD Tour, in February he took part in the 2nd Annual Ameripolitan Awards show at The Paramount Theater in Austin, TX. In March, he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC) sitting in with the house band on a night the show broadcast from Austin during South by Southwest. In early April, his first performance on Mountain Stage (NPR) aired nationally. In late May, The Truckin’ Sessions, Vol. 3 was released as a stand-alone mid-line title in the US via Red River Entertainment and in Europe via Continental Record Services/CRS. His new studio album, Call Me Insane was produced by Lloyd Maines (of The Flatlanders, etc.) and was released worldwide June 9 via Red House/Ameripolitan Records. The Call Me Insane Tour “officially” kicked off on June 13 at The Broken Spoke, in Austin, TX. Also in June, he appeared as part of a segment on The Bachlorette (ABC) on June 15. The following weekend he & His Lone Stars began touring nationally to support the album’s release, selling out shows in Wichita, KS, Lincoln, NE, Minneapolis, MN, Columbus, OH, Cambridge, MA, etc. Segments/sessions for Daytrotter, Music City Roots, Music Fog, Sirius/XM Outlaw Country, and Texas Music Scene also aired in July. In August, he and His Lone Stars toured primarily in Texas, with highlights being The Lone Star Beer Texas Heritage Festival shows in San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, and Austin. The film Two Step also opened in New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA – in which Dale played a bartender. In September and October, he & His Lone Stars performed at The National Folk Festival, the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Fest and some club dates including T Selma, NC before beginning a West Coast run in Columbia, MO at Blues N Blues N BBQ Fest that included sold out shows in Huntington Beach, CA; Seattle, WA; Bozeman, MT; and Denver, CO. The film “Lazer Team” (Rooster Teeth) premiered in Austin, TX – Dale plays a sportscaster. In mid-October, the new album Call Me Insane reached #1 on the Roots Music Report’s Top 50 True Country Album Chart. It peaked at #3 on the FAR Chart in early Summer, #4 on The Alternate Root Magazine’s Root 66 Chart in September, and #7 (twice) on the Americana airplay chart (in mid-August and again in mid-September). In October, he filmed a starring role in an independent short movie project called “Yellow Rose”. In November he released a song, “The Bottle Never Let Me Down” on a “limited edition” Bloodshot Records vinyl-only 6-pack collection.


In February 2014, his segment on “The Sun Sessions” aired on PBS nationally. He appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, performing “I Lie When I Drink” in early February. In mid-February he took part in the 1st Annual Ameripolitan Awards Show. In July, The Truckin’ Sessions Trilogy was released by Red River Entertainment, and he bought his second small honky-tonk, “The Big T Roadhouse” in St. Hedwig, TX (where “Chicken $#!+ Bingo” is now a tradition, as well). In November he appeared on the NPR show Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!


In 2013 he released El Rancho Azul via Red House Records, which featured the single, “I Lie When I Drink” (which has become his signature song), helped launch Ameripolitan Music, made his first appearance on Austin City Limits (PBS), and he bought his first little honky-tonk, “The Little Longhorn Saloon” in Austin, TX (home of “Chicken $#!+ Bingo”).


In 2012 he starred in Stephen King and John Mellencamp’s musical, “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County” and released The Sun Sessions (Red House Records).


In 2011 Watson released a music video about Tiger Airways Australia after the company charged him $500 to transport a box of CDs which they then lost and initially refused to pay compensation.


In 2008 Watson released To Terri With Love, an album dedicated to his late girlfriend, with all proceeds going to the Teresa L. Herbert Memorial Foundation.


Watson returned to Austin in July 2006 and resumed playing regular gigs, including Sundays at “Ginny’s Little Longhorn Saloon” and a Monday night residence at “The Continental Club”. He is also a regular performer on the Grand Ole Opry. He also was the focus of a 2007 bio-picture, “Austin Angel”.


After going on hiatus from music in 2004, he moved to Baltimore, Maryland to be closer to his daughters, Raquel Cain and Dalynn Grace. Dalynn appeared alongside Luke Wilson, Johnny Knoxville and Knoxville’s daughter Madison in Watson’s 2007 video for “Hollywood Hillbilly” . Both Daughters are in pursuit of acting careers as both have attended UT Austin for theatre.


The singer is also featured in the Zalman King documentary “Crazy Again”, chronicling his (Watson’s) breakdown after his girlfriend Terri Herbert died in a car accident in September 2000. Every Song I Write Is For You was released in 2001 as a tribute album.


Watson relocated to Austin, TX, where he formed a backing band called The Lone Stars. He scored a deal with Hightone and released his debut album, Cheatin’ Heart Attack, in 1995. It was greeted with enormous acclaim for the vitality Watson brought to his vintage-style material and performances and also featured a dig at mainstream country in “Nashville Rash”. Follow-up album Blessed Or Damned appeared in 1996 and continued in a similar vein, as did 1997’s I Hate These Songs. His next release, The Truckin’ Sessions, appeared on Koch in 1998 and was devoted entirely to that distinct country subgenre of truck-driving songs and soon after, his second daughter was born. Watson attended truck driving school about the time his first album came out and later obtained his commercial driver’s license; he often drives the band bus when on tour.


He moved to Los Angeles in 1988 on the advice of Rosie Flores and soon joined the house band at North Hollywood’s now-legendary alt-country venue “The Palomino Club”. He recorded two singles for Curb Records in 1990 and 1991, “One Tear at a Time” and “You Pour It On and I Pour It Down”, and appeared on the third volume of the compilation series A Town South of Bakersfield in 1992. Not long after, he moved to Nashville and spent some time writing songs for the Gary Morris publishing company where his first daughter was born.


Watson was born in Birmingham, Alabama and moved outside of Wilmington, NC when he was less than a year old. The family moved to Pasadena, Texas in 1977. He was one of four boys. Watson’s father and his brother, Jim, were both musically inclined and guided what have become his longstanding musical influences. Watson began writing his own songs at age 12, making his first recording two years later. Soon after, Watson became an emancipated minor. By day he went to school and by night he played local Houston clubs and honky-tonks with Jim, in an aggregation called The Classic Country Band.


Dale Watson (born October 7, 1962 in Birmingham, Alabama) is an American country/Texas country singer, guitarist, songwriter, and self-published author based in Austin, Texas. He champions “Ameripolitan” as a new genre of original music and has positioned himself as a tattooed, stubbornly independent outsider who is interested in recording authentic country music. As a result, he has become a favorite of critics and alt-country fans.