Jason Lindemann Net Worth – How Much Is Jason Lindemann Worth?

Jason Lindemann is a rock hound who likes to spend his spare time recording and performing. He has released three studio albums and one live album to date, including Apocalyptica, Skills in Pills, and F&M. In addition to performing live, Lindemann has also written songs for other artists. Those include “Helden” for the band Rammstein and the instrumental track for the group Knorkator. His latest album, F&M, was released on November 22, a few months after his aforementioned debut.

Aside from his recording career, Lindemann has also lent his talent to the world of business. After selling his eye care company, Permalens, in the mid-1970s, he re-entered the energy industry, founding the cellphone firm Metro Mobile. He later sold the firm to Bell Atlantic for $220 million. During this time, he also founded the cable television firm Vision Cable. The firm was sold to the Newhouse brothers for $5.7 billion in 2012. During this time, he also became involved in the natural gas pipeline business, founding the Southern Union, which was sold to Energy Transfer Equity in 2012.

Despite being on the road for many of his most productive years, Lindemann remained a single father for the better part of his career. When his daughter, Nele, turned four, he decided to take a leap of faith. He and his then-wife, Sophia Thomalla, embarked on a three-year courtship. Not long after, the pair parted ways and Lindemann stepped out on his own.

He’s a hard worker, a dedicated family man, and a fan of old school rock ‘n’ roll. However, this doesn’t stop him from making mistakes. He was recently arrested for his role in a hit-and-run accident along the Fox River. He’s also been charged with driving a powerboat that struck a paddlewheel cruise ship in the summer of 2022. Although the prosecution claims that he had no involvement in the incident, his insurance company has since settled the claim. Interestingly, Lindemann was identified as the owner of the powerboat, and was identified as being at the scene of the crime. Eventually, a $10,000 cash bond was set in his favor.

Despite his misfortunes, Lindemann remains a fixture on the Oshkosh music scene, as well as the greater Fox Valley region. He also has a large following of fans who will be ecstatic to know that he has an eye-catching new album out.