Chris Barber Net Worth
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$93’000’000. *This information was provided by Giordano Niezen, 45 years old. Job: (Sorter Ii). From Oskaloosa, Iowa
$79’000’000. *This information was provided by Oneida, 51 years old. From Rebecca, Georgia
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How Tall is Chris Barber?
How Much Weight Does Chris Barber?
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1,78m.*This information was provided by Hernando Mentra, 39 years old. Job: (Dyed-Yarn Operator). From Clear Spring, Maryland.
How big is Chris Barber weight?
72kg.**This information was provided by Dewey, 35 years old. From Se Ree, Kentucky.
81kg.***This information was provided by Gabriele, 45 years old. Job: (Assembler, Marking Devices). From Saint Anthony, Iowa.
Chris Barber information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1930-04-17
The place of birth (POB): Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Profession: Miscellaneous Crew
Donald Christopher ChrisBarber (born 17 April 1930) is a British jazz musician, best known as a bandleader and trombonist. As well as scoring a UK top twenty trad jazz hit, he helped the careers of many musicians, notably the blues singer Ottilie Patterson, who was at one time his wife, and vocalist/banjoist Lonnie Donegan, whose appearances with Barber triggered the skiffle craze of the mid-1950s and who had his first transatlantic hit, Rock Island Line, while with Chris Barbers band. His providing an audience for Donegan and, later, Alexis Korner, makes Barber a significant figure in the British rhythm and blues and beat boom of the 1960s.