Chris Norman Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Songs

Chris Norman

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Chris Norman Biography

This is what you need to know about Chris Norman, an English soft rock singer. Norman was the lead singer of Smokie, an English soft rock band that found success in Europe in the 1970s. “Stumblin’ In”, a 1978 duet with Suzi Quatro, was a big US hit.

Chris Norman Age

Norman was born on 25 October 1950 in Redcar, United Kingdom. He celebrates his birthday on 25 October every year.

Chris Norman Height

Norman stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches.

Chris Norman Weight

  • 75 kilograms.

Chris Norman Parents

Norman is a husband to Linda Norman and a parent of five kids. He was born to Pip Norman, his father, and Pat Norman, his mother. His parents were a native of Bradford. He has not revealed if he has kids hence it will be updated.

Chris Norman Wife

Norman is happily married to his lovely wife Linda Norman since March 16th, 1970. The couple has been blessed with five children.

Chris Norman Children

Norman’s kids are; Brian who was born on July 28th, 1968, Paul who was born in 1972, Michael who was born in 1984, Steven who was born in 1986, and Susan who was born in 1991.

Chris Norman Daughter Sharon

There is no information about Sharon hence it will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Chris Norman Net Worth

Norman has an estimated Net Worth of $10 Million dollars. His career as a singer is his primary source of income.

Chris Norman Career

Norman started at St. Bede’s Grammar School, where he was to meet Alan Silson and Terry Uttley, future members of Smokie. He was influenced by the new era of groups such as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones and then folk singers, Bob Dylan, Norman and Silson began meeting up and spent nearly all their spare time learning new songs on their guitars.

Between 1974 and the early 1980s, Smokie enjoyed success touring all over the world, but the strain and pressure of constantly being away from home and family were beginning to tell on Norman. By the early 1980s, he decided to spend more time writing and working in the studio.

Norman and Spencer now worked together on songs for other artists including hits for Kevin Keegan (“Head Over Heels in Love”, a No. 31 UK hit), and the England football team song “This Time (We’ll Get It Right)”. He also worked with Agnetha Fältskog (on her solo album), Racey (co-writer of “Baby It’s You”), Donovan (backing vocals on Donovan), and Heavy Metal Kids.

Chris Norman Albums

  • 1982: Rock Away Your Teardrops
  • 1986: Some Hearts Are Diamonds
  • 1987: Different Shades
  • 1988: Hits from the Heart
  • 1989: Break the Ice
  • 1991: The Interchange
  • 1992: The Growing Years
  • 1993: Jealous Heart
  • 1994: The Album
  • 1994: Screaming Love Album
  • 1995: Every Little Thing
  • 1995: Reflections
  • 1997: Into the Night
  • 1997: Christmas Together
  • 1999: Full Circle
  • 2000: Love Songs
  • 2001: Breathe Me In
  • 2003: Handmade
  • 2004: Break Away
  • 2005: One Acoustic Evening – CD & DVD (Live at the Private Music Club/Live in Vienna)
  • 2006: Million Miles
  • 2006: Coming Home
  • 2007: Close Up
  • 2009: The Hits! From His Smokie and Solo Years
  • 2009: The Hits! Tour – Live at the Tempodrom, Berlin DVD
  • 2011: Time Traveller
  • 2013: There and Back
  • 2015: Crossover
  • 2017: Don’t Knock the Rock

Chris Norman Awards

  • Löwe von Radio Luxemburg Silver Award
  • Goldene Europa
  • CMT Europe International Video Star of the Year
  • Gala zur Verleihung des Internationalen Schlagerpreises
  • Radio Regenbogen Award
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