Jake Owen Net Worth 2021, Age, Height, Family, Parents, Wife, Partner, Children, Songs

Jake Owen net worth

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Jake Owen is an American country music singer, songwriter and actor. He signed with RCA Nashville in 2006, he released his debut studio album, Startin’ with Me, that year. This album produced three singles, all of which reached the top 20 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart: his debut single “Yee Haw”, “Startin’ with Me”, and “Something About a Woman”.

His second studio album, 2009’s Easy Does It, accounted for three more singles: “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You”, “Eight Second Ride”, and “Tell Me”. In September 2011, Owen achieved his first number one hit on the country charts with the title track to his third studio album Barefoot Blue Jean Night, as did with “Alone with You”, “The One That Got Away”, and “Anywhere with You”. His fourth studio album, Days of Gold, produced two singles with its title track, which broke the top 20 in 2013, and the number one single “Beachin'”.

Owen has also toured as an opening act for several other country artists, including Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Little Big Town, Sugarland, Keith Urban, and Jason Aldean.

Early life

Name Jake Owen
Net Worth$10 million
ProfessionSinger, Songwriter, Actor
Age40 years
Jake Owen net worth 2021

Jake Owen who real name is Joshua Ryan Owen was born on August 28, 1981(age 40 years) in Winter Haven, Florida. He has a twin brother named Jarrod Owen. The brothers regularly participated in a variety of sports. Jake eventually took up golf and began pursuing a career as a professional golfer, winning his first tournament at 15. After graduating from Vero Beach High School, they attended Florida State University. A wakeboarding accident that required reconstructive surgery left Jake unable to continue participating in the sport.

While recovering from his injuries, he borrowed a neighbour’s guitar and began to teach himself how to play it. After seeing a guitarist perform at a campus bar, he asked the bar’s owner if he could play a gig there. Eventually, he became a regular at the bar and soon took up writing his own material as well.
He then moved to Nashville, Tennessee, making his first stop at a bank to open a savings account; after telling the bank teller that he was a singer and songwriter, the teller then asked if he had any recordings available.[4] He gave her a CD of his work, which she sent to the Warner/Chappell Music publishing company.

Musical career

Although Warner/Chappell did not sign him to a contract, Jake Owen eventually met the record producer and songwriter Jimmy Ritchey. They, along with songwriter Chuck Jones, wrote a song titled “Ghosts”, which they had intended for Kenny Chesney. Chesney, ultimately, did not record “Ghosts”, although it drew the attention of Sony BMG Nashville executives, who signed Jake to their RCA Nashville label in 2005. Per their suggestion, Owen changed his first name to Jake, so as to avoid confusion with Josh Turner and Josh Gracin.

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In early 2006, Jake Owen released his debut single, titled “Yee Haw”. He describes the song (an up-tempo party anthem in which the narrator expresses his enjoyment with a cry of “yee-haw”) as being written “to make people have a good time.” It peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and served as the lead-off single on his debut album, Startin’ with Me.

Released on July 25, 2006, the album featured 11 tracks, all co-written by him and his producer. Among them were his own recording of “Ghosts” and a duet with Randy Owen (no relation) of Alabama entitled “You Can Thank Dixie”. After the album’s release, Jake Owen was signed as an opening act for acts such as Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.

The album’s title track, a ballad in which the narrator expresses his desire to change everything in his life, was released as his second single. Spending more than thirty-five weeks on the Billboard country chart, “Startin’ with Me” became his first top 10 hits, reaching a peak of No. 6. Also in 2007, he went on tour with Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn. “Something About a Woman” was released in late 2007 as the third single.

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In September 2007, he and country quartet Little Big Town joined country duo Sugarland’s tour. During this tour, the three acts began performing “Life in a Northern Town” (a cover of British pop group The Dream Academy’s hit single from 1985). A music video of their live performance was aired on CMT. In April 2008, a recording of this performance entered the Billboard country chart based on unsolicited airplay.

Second Studio Album

Jake Owen released his second studio album, Easy Does It, on February 24, 2009. The album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Top Country Albums and No. 13 on the Billboard 200. The lead-off single to the album, “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You” became his first top 5 countries hit, reaching No. 2 on the Hot Country Songs chart in April 2009. “Eight Second Ride”, a song which was originally on Startin’ with Me and newly recorded for Easy Does It, was the album’s second single; it peaked at No. 11 in January 2010. “Tell Me” was the album’s third single, reaching number 35.

Third Studio Album

Owen released his third studio album, Barefoot Blue Jean Night, on August 30, 2011. The lead-off single and title track to the album, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night”, became his first number-one single on the country chart. The album’s second single, “Alone with You”, was released in October 2011, and like its predecessor, it reached number one on the country chart in April 2012. The album’s next two singles, “The One That Got Away” and “Anywhere with You”, both reached number one on the Country Airplay chart. Owen toured with Keith Urban in 2011 on his Get Closer World Tour.

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Jake Owen released an extended play titled Endless Summer on September 25, 2012. It includes “Summer Jam”, a collaboration with Florida Georgia Line, which charted within the top 40 of Hot Country Songs despite not being released as a single.

Fourth Studio Album

The first single from Owen’s fourth studio album, “Days of Gold”, was released to country radio in August 2013. During Owen’s June 2013 StageIt show, he confirmed that the album would also feature the new song “Ghost Town”. The album, also titled Days of Gold, was released on December 3, 2013. In May 2015, Owen released a new non-album single to country radio, titled “Real Life”. The song peaked at number 17 on the Country Airplay chart. It was eventually pulled from country radio after receiving an overwhelmingly poor response. He performed the single life at the 2015 CMT (U.S. TV channel) Award show.

On February 2, 2016, Owen announced via Facebook that a new single would be released to country radio on March 7, 2016, titled “American Country Love Song”. It is the lead single from his fifth studio album American Love which was released on July 29, 2016.

RCA Departure

In November 2017, it was announced that Owen had left RCA in favour of Big Loud Records. Owen released two singles for the label: “I Was Jack (You Were Diane)” and “Down to the Honkytonk”. These were included on his first Big Loud album, Greetings from… Jake, which was released on March 29, 2019. The album charted at #8 on the Billboard Country album chart, reportedly selling 4,000 copies in the first week. The album’s third single, Homemade, was released on June 3, 2019, and reached no. 1 on the Country Airplay chart. Owen performed at the Medina County Fair on July 31, 2019. The album’s fourth single, “Made for You”, was released on May 18, 2020.


Jake Owen is currently engaged to Erica Hartlein whom he proposed to in 2020. However, he was married to model Lacey Buchanan on May 7, 2012, in Vero Beach, Florida. The couple became engaged on April 7, 2012, after Owen proposed to Buchanan onstage in front of a crowd in his hometown of Vero Beach at his annual charity event. After proposing, he jokingly asked, “You’re probably wondering where your ring is, right?” referring to the fact that he proposed without a ring, and his single “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You” which he had performed prior to proposing. The couple has a daughter named Olive Pearl, who was born on November 22, 2012, on Thanksgiving Day. The couple divorced in August 2015 after three years of marriage. Owen and his girlfriend current wife Erica Hartlein welcomed daughter Paris Hartley Owen on April 29, 2019.


While speaking with Barstool Sports in an April 2, 2019, interview, Jake Owen described an encounter with Phil Mickelson at Jordan Spieth’s wedding in November 2018, where Mickelson told Owen to go ‘f—‘ himself. The verbal altercation was initiated by Owen who voiced his disappointment with The Match: Tiger vs Phil head-to-head match play golf challenge, a pay-per-view event, in which he spent $29.99 and wanted a refund.

As told by Owen, Mickelson pulled a wad of $100 bills from his pocket and responded, “Yeah, I won 90,000 of these yesterday. Take one and go f— yourself.” The event purse was $9 million. Mickelson verified the truth of the story via Twitter.

Jake Owen net worth

How much is Jake Owen worth? Jake Owen net worth is estimated at around $10 million as of 2021. His successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. He is one of the richest country music singers in the world. However, During gay pride month in June 2019, Owen released a video performing a cover of “Believe”, a song made popular by Cher and one of the anthems used by the LGBT community. This was in support of his close friends and coworkers who are gay. The post sparked a backlash from fans who threatened to boycott his concerts and music. In response, Owen suggested to those fans that they come to his concert and he would be happy to give them a hug and stated “You need one”. Other fans showed overwhelming support causing a spike in his social media accounts.