Noel Stookey is an American singer songwriter with a net worth of four million. Noel Paul Stookey was created in Baltimore, Maryland in December 1937. Stookey is best known as Paul in the folk trio Peter, Mary, and Paul. Peter, Paul, and Mary have been a folk singing trio that released twenty albums. Their self titled debut studio album was launched in 1962 on Warner Bros. and hit #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The group's 1963 albums Moving and In the Wind reached #2 and #1 respectively. Their most popular singles include "Lemon Tree", "If a Hammer was Had by me (The Hammer Song)", "Puff (The Magic Dragon)", "Blowin' in the Wind", "Don't Think twice, It's All Right", "I Dig Rock and Roll Music", and "Leaving on a Jet Plane". Following Mary Travers passed away Stookey continued working as a solo singer and an activist. His best known solo song is "The Wedding Song (There is Love)" in 1971 which remains popular throughout wedding services. The Neworld Multimedia record label was founded by Stookey.
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