Ernie Isley is an American musician with a net worth of two million dollars. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on March seven, 1952, Isley is famous to be a part of The Isley Brothers. He's been active in the music business after 1969 and plays bass, drums, and guitar. He's been involving The Isley Brothers, Isley-Jasper-Isley, and has finished work as being a solo artist. His most important instrument is a Fender Stratocaster, and the design of his ranges from R&B, to funk, to rock. He presently resides in St. Louis, Missouri and is married with one daughter named Alexandra. Isley is a primary songwriter for The Isley Brothers and proceeded to become a music guide for regional community driven music programs and also a guest lecturer at Berklee School of Music. He's designed 3 Zeal Stratocasters by Fender and in 2010 and 2011 took part in the Experience Hendrix Tour.
Ernie Isley Top Mentions:
- Ernie Isley and Chris Jasper Look Back on Classic Isley Brothers Albums in Honor of 'Album Masters' Release [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]
- Ernie Isley proud to pay tribute to Chuck Berry in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Show
- Chuck D and Ernie Isley Talk Two Generations of 'Fight the Power'
- Ernie Isley talks living with Hendrix, lost solos and That Lady
- Ernie Isley honors Hendrix