Judith Van Zant, the widow of rock singer Ronnie Van Zant, is estimated to have a net worth of $10 million. She is the founder of The Freebird Foundation and is also the producer of the Lynyrd Skynyrd movie Freebird… The Movie. She also founded Freebird Live in 1999, a music venue in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. Her activities have put her in conflict with former bandmates in the Skynyrd.
Ronnie Van Zant was born on January 15, 1948, in Jacksonville, Florida. He was the lead singer of southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. In 1977, he was killed in a plane crash. The band was originally called The Noble Five and they released 14 studio albums. They have sold over 20 million albums.
Ronnie Van Zant’s older brother Ronald was the first lead singer of Lynyrd Skynyrd. The band was formed in the summer of 1964. Lynyrd Skynyrd became famous when they recorded the song “Freebird.” This song was written by multiple writers and is owned by several different copyright holders.
After the death of Ronnie Van Zant, his younger brother Johnny became the lead singer of Lynyrd Skynyrd. He also released solo albums. He also co-founded the Rossington-Collins Band in 1980. He has an estimated net worth of $40 million. He has also performed with Lynyrd Skynyrd and his wife Judy Van Zant Jenness is the producer of Freebird… The Movie.
Johnny Van Zant and his brother Donnie have been very successful musicians. They have a great net worth. They have been working in the music industry for decades. They have been successful musicians and have toured in the United States and internationally. The band changed their name to the Johnny Van Zant Band in 1980. This was because of their popularity.
Ronnie Van Zant’s daughter Tammy Van Zant, who was only one year old, became a musician. She is also a model and actress. She also manages the Freebird Live music venue in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. She is also the wife of musician Jim Jenness. She has two children, one daughter and one son. She also owns a home in Orange Park, Florida.
Ronnie Van Zant had aspirations to become a boxer and race stock cars. He also worked at Morris Auto Parts in Jacksonville. He had a photo-recognition for automotive parts. He had a good memory for parts and could repair most of the cars he saw. His daughter Melody was born in 1976. In 1977, he was buried in Orange Park, Florida.
The Van Zant family also has a monument that was erected in their honor. It is made of black granite imported from Uruguay. The monument consists of sketches of the band members. They are surrounded by a row of people, including the Van Zant family and several of the crash survivors. The monument is 15,000 pounds and was placed on a set of steps in the countryside of Mississippi. This monument will help to connect Lynyrd Skynyrd with the state of Mississippi.