Joan Báez net worth: Joan Báez is an American singer, songwriter and popular musician who has a net worth of $ 11 million. Joan Baez was born on January 9, 1941 in Staten Island, New York, New York. It is known for current songs that promote social justice, civil rights and pacifism. Baez also played a pivotal role in the popularization of Bob Dylan, with whom he acted regularly in the mid-1960s. In the turbulent 1960s in the United States, Baez used to use his music to express his social and political views. Not long after the release of his first album (1960), he met the then unknown singer and songwriter Bob Dylan. In the early and mid-1960s, Joan Báez became an established folk artist and a voice for social change, singing We Shall Overcome at the March in Washington in 1963 (organized by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr .). In 1964, he would refuse to pay part of his taxes to protest US military spending. UU. Báez was arrested twice in 1967 in Oakland, California, for blocking an armed forces induction center. Báez remained politically and musically active in the 1970s. He helped establish the West Coast branch of Amnesty International, a human rights organization, and released numerous albums, including Diamonds and Rust (1975), critically acclaimed. In addition to traveling, he also acted in many benefits and fundraisers for social and political causes around the world. In 1980, Báez received honorary degrees of Doctor of Human Letters from the University of Antioch and Rutgers University for his political activism and the “universality of his music”. In 1983, he appeared at the Grammy Awards, performing the hymn of Dylan Blowin ‘in the Wind, a song he first performed twenty years earlier. On October 14, 2009, PBS aired an episode of his documentary series, American Masters titled Joan Baez: How Sweet the Sound.