Dallas Smith Net Worth 2022, Age, Wife, Children, Height, Family, Albums, Songs

Dallas Smith net worth

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Dallas Smith is a Canadian singer and songwriter, who performs both as a solo country music artist and as lead singer for the hard rock band Default. He is currently signed to Big Loud Records. Smith is the current record holder of most #1 hits among all Canadian artists on Billboard’s Canada Country chart, at eleven.

Smith also became the first Canadian country artist in the Nielsen BDS era to chart four consecutive No. 1 singles from one album (Shania Twain charted three consecutive #1 hits from her 1997 release Come On Over), a feat he would then top with his next album, Timeless.

He released his solo debut country album, Jumped Right In, on May 22, 2012. The album has since sold over 100,000 digital singles and generated five singles on the Canadian Hot 100. Jumped Right In was nominated as Country Album of the Year at the 2013 Juno Awards. At the end of 2012, Mediabase named Smith the most played Canadian country act and number eight overall at the format.

Early life

NameDallas Smith
Net Worth$12 million
ProfessionSinger, Songwriter
Age44 years
Dallas Smith net worth 2022

Dallas Hendry Smith was born on December 4, 1977 (age 44 years) in Langley, Canada. Dallas Smith always had a passion for music growing up. Some of his main influences were The Beatles and female country singers Reba McEntire and The Judds. Due to his shyness, Smith was reluctant to express his musical talent until he made the decision to face his fear and play cover songs with a band consisting of some of his friends. He signed his first record deal when he was 21.


Dallas Smith was the lead singer of the multi-platinum band Default, a Canadian hard rock/post-grunge band from Vancouver, British Columbia before his solo career. The band was formed in 1999 but continued until 2013. Default’s debut 2001 album, The Fallout, achieved instant success due to strong radio plays of “Wasting My Time” and “Deny”. In 2002 Default won the Juno Award for “Best New Group”. On April 30, 2003, the record achieved a platinum album RIAA certification, signifying a million records sold. The band also released the album Elocation (2003) which was certified gold, One Thing Remains (2005), and Comes and Goes (2009).

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The album “Jumped Right In” was released on May 22, 2012, via 604 Records under the production of Joey Moi. The album features tracks written by Smith along with Moi, Rodney Clawson, Craig Wiseman, Dustin Lynch, Chris Tompkins, Zac Maloy, Chad Kroeger, and more. It peaked at number 19 on the Canadian Albums Chart and has generated five charted singles on the Canadian Hot 100. The album was nominated for Country Album of the Year at the 2013 Juno Awards and was also nominated as Album of the Year for the 2013 Canadian Country Music Association Awards. The album has sold over 100,000 digital singles to date.

Dallas Smith performed on his first solo tour, co-headlining with Chad Brownlee in November 2012. The tour was billed as the Boys of Fall Tour and traveled across Canada, hitting 22 cities. The tour sold out on 20 of its dates, including the Commodore Theatre in Vancouver. Smith performed at many Canadian country festivals through 2012 and 2013.

Smith went on a sold-out Canadian tour with Bob Seger in March 2013. Stemming from the success of the Boys of Fall Tour, Smith and Brownlee teamed up to create the annual Boys of Fall Charity Golf Tournament and Concert. The tournament took place at the Redwoods Golf Course in Langley, British Columbia on August 27, 2013, and was sponsored by the radio station JRfm. Proceeds from the event were donated to Basics for Babies, an organization that assists families coping with the challenges of raising a young infant by providing them with needed food, formula, and diapers. The tourney’s fifth year took place on Tuesday, August 22, 2017.

He signed with Republic Nashville and released his first American single, “Tippin’ Point” in October 2013. It was written by Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line with Jaren Johnston. In 2013, Smith was nominated for Male Artist of the Year, Single of the Year, and Album of the Year by the Canadian Country Music Association. Smith performed at the CCMA broadcast award ceremony, which took place on September 8, 2013.

Dallas Smith released an extended play, Tippin’ Point, on March 4, 2014, in the US and Canada. Three singles have been released from the EP so far. The title track was a top 5 single on the Canadian country radio chart and was pronounced the fastest country single to be Gold certified by Music Canada. Since then, the single has been certified Platinum in Canada and the “Tippin’ Point” video was ranked number 1 on CMT Canada.

Smith’s single “Slow Rollin'” is performed by Lady Antebellum on the deluxe edition of their album 747. In 2014, Smith entered a recording studio in Nashville to record his second full-length studio album with producer Joey Moi. The album, Lifted, was released on November 25, 2014. Smith released the first single off the album, “Wastin’ Gas”, on October 28, 2014, followed by the album’s lead track “Lifted” and finally “Cheap Seats”. “Wastin’ Gas” became Smith’s first #1 Canada Country hit, as well as his first charting entry on the Billboard Country Digital Songs and Country Indicator airplay charts in the United States.

In 2016, Dallas Smith released his third solo album Side Effects. The singles released from the album included “Kids with Cars”, “One Little Kiss”, “Autograph”, lead title track “Side Effects” and “Sky Stays This Blue”. In September 2016, Smith also joined Keith Urban for the Canadian leg of his Ripcord World Tour. In March 2019, Smith released his EP The Fall. The EP featured four straight #1 singles, “Make ‘Em Like You”, “Rhinestone World”, “Drop”, and “Timeless”. Smith co-headlined the Friends Don’t Let Friends Tour Alone Tour with Dean Brody across Canada in the Fall of 2020.

In July 2020, a Nielsen Music study found Dallas Smith to be the sixth-highest played Canadian artist on domestic radio in the first half of 2020, ahead of Drake and Chad Brownlee, and slightly behind Virginia to Vegas and Justin Bieber. Smith’s fourth studio album, Timeless was released on August 28, 2020, and contains all previously released material from The Fall, as well as the singles, “Like a Man” and “Some Things Never Change”. In November 2020, Smith released his first Christmas single “Classic”.

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Dallas Smith signed a global recording deal with Big Loud Records in August 2021. Along with Big Loud, and producer Scott Cooke, Smith launched the joint venture Local Hay Records which signed Shawn Austin as their flagship artist. In September 2021, Smith hosted and headlined the “Lifted Hotel Festival” in Vancouver, British Columbia, with all proceeds from the event going towards his organization, the Lifted Dallas Smith Charitable Foundation which supports mental health. Other featured performers included Austin, Jojo Mason, Andrew Hyatt, and Kelly Prescott.

Smith announced in November 2021 his headlining Some Things Never Change Tour, which is set for 2022 and includes James Barker Band, Meghan Patrick, Jojo Mason, and Shawn Austin among the opening acts. He released “Hide from a Broken Heart” as his first global single on Big Loud on November 29, 2021. Smith debuted the song at the 2021 Canadian Country Music Awards that day, where he won Entertainer of the Year, Male Artist of the Year, Single of the Year for “Like a Man”, and best-selling Canadian album for Timeless.


Dallas Smith is married to his longtime girlfriend Kristen Smith, they had their wedding in 2012. The couple has two daughters together, Carson Smith and Vayda Smith. However, Smith has a son from a previous relationship. Dallas stands with an appealing height and has a good bodyweight that suits his personality.

Dallas Smith net worth

How much is Dallas Smith worth? Dallas Smith net worth is estimated at around $12 million. His main source of income is from his career as a singer, and songwriter. Smith successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars trips. He is one of the richest and influential singers in Canada. However, in the US, the song “Tippin’ Point” was ranked number 1 on Sirius XM’s The Highway Hot 45 Countdown and has sold over 120,000 singles. Smith followed up the success of the first single by releasing “Slow Rollin'” in March 2014. The track was a top 5 single on Canadian country radio. A third single, “A Girl Like You”, was released in June 2014.