Jack Ladder Biography
Timothy Kenneth Rogers (born 6 April 1983), known by his stage name Jack Ladder, is an Australian rock music singer-songwriter, guitarist and composer. His music is characterised by his baritone voice and poignant observations on love and death, often featuring gallows humour.
Jack Ladder is a famous Singer, who was born on April 6, 1983 in Australia.
According to Astrologers, Jack Ladder zodiac sign is Aries
Jack Ladder has performed throughout Australia since 2005, playing capitals and regional centres on national tours to support all three albums, in 2005, 2008, 2011 and in 2012 to support the shortlisting of Hurtsville for the Australian Music Prize. He has appeared at music festivals such as Laneway, Peats Ridge Festival and the Meredith Music Festival. He has also performed internationally, making appearances in London, Berlin, New York and Los Angeles. Ladder has shared stages with John Cale, The Horrors, Bill Callahan and Okkervil River, for whom he contributed to The Stand Ins project. He also features on the live Bill Callahan record Rough Travel for a Rare Thing (Drag City 2010), playing bass guitar on the single, “Rough Travel for a Rare Thing”.
Jack Ladder Net Worth
Jack Ladder is one of the richest Singer. Jack Ladder is listed on Richest Singer. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Jack Ladder net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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In 2012 Jack Ladder composed the soundtrack, and curated forgotten 1960s and 1970s music, for a sketch horror show titled Watch With Mother, created for tablet computers, which was the first of its genre. It was available as an app and serialized show via the iTunes Store and Google Play.
In 2011 Ladder released Hurtsville with The Dreamlanders (Kirin J. Callinan, Donny Benét and Laurence Pike). Following its release he was nominated in The Age (Melbourne) EG Music Awards in multiple categories, including Best Male Artist, Best Song and Best Album. The lead single, “Cold Feet”, was crowned “Song of the Year” by leading Australian music site Mess & Noise, and Hurtsville was short-listed for the Australian Music Prize.
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Since 2005 Ladder has released five albums: Not Worth Waiting For (Spunk 2005), Love Is Gone (Spunk 2008), Hurtsville (Spunk 2011/Holloweyed 2012) and Playmates (Self Portrait 2014). Love Is Gone was short-listed for the Australian Music Prize, at which it also won the Red Bull Music Award for recognition of outstanding potential. It was also selected as Album of the Year by Who magazine.
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Ranked on the list of most popular Singer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Australia.
Ladder has appeared on the Fox breakfast show Good Day New York in 2008, performing “You Won’t Be Forgotten (When You Leave)”, and in 2009 on Australian celebrity music quiz show Rockwiz, performing “The Barber’s Son”. His song “Two Clocks” appears in the season finale of Australian crime drama Underbelly, and in 2011 Ladder recorded his own version of “The 12 Days of Christmas” for Australian underwear manufacturer Bonds.
Hurtsville was released in North America via the Holloweyed label and in Germany/BENELUX via Skycap in 2012. Inpress praised the record, deeming it “honest, rich & like nothing else”. Beat magazine said that “Ladder continues to thrill, frustrated and intrigue” with the album. The Age called it “A terrifying wasp-factory novella of disgust”, while Vice rated the album 9 out of 10 and said it “Tak[es] subversion to another level”. Time Out rated it 5 out of 5 stars.