David Foster is an Canadian Musician, Record Producer, Composer, Singer, Songwriter and Arranger. David Foster Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $150 Million. Explore more about David Foster‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His Monthly income 1 Million and yearly income 12 million
David Foster Full name David Walter Foster. His nick Name was David Foster. David Foster now 72 Years old .
David Foster Father Maurice Foster was a maintenance Yard Superintendent and his Mother Eleanor May was a Homemaker.
David Foster Spouse was Katharine McPhee (four time married). He has one kids.
He was born in 1 November 1949 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
He got many Awards like Social Superstar of the Year, First Person Streamy Award etc
David Foster complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of David Foster’s Career
Foster was a keyboardist for the pop band Skylark. They were discovered by Eirik Wangberg, and their song “Wildflower” was a top ten hit in 1973. After the band disbanded, Foster remained in Los Angeles and formed the band Airplay with Jay Graydon. In addition to playing his own music, he also started working as a songwriter, producer, and arranger for a variety of projects. For example, he contributed to Earth, Wind and Fire’s album “I Am” (1979)
He continued to work as a producer and songwriter through the 1980s. Examples of his work from this period include multiple Chicago albums, the songs “Forever” (1985) and “Heart to Heart” (1982) for Kenny Loggins, and he worked on Kenny Rogers’s albums “What About Me?” (1984) and “The Heart of the Matter” (1985). He also composed the score for the film “St. Elmo’s Fire” (1985), and wrote songs for the films “The Secret of My Success” (1987) and “Stealing Home” (1988). Additionally, he composed “Winter Games”, the theme song for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta.
Foster is also well-known for producing multiple best-selling Christmas albums, such as Celine Dion’s “These Are Special Times” (1998), Josh Groban’s “Noël” (2007), Rod Stewart’s “Merry Christmas, Baby” (2012), and Jordan Smith’s “Tis the Season” (2016). He has produced the best-selling Christmas album in the years 1998, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2012.