Heather Marie Thorn is the wife of famous American Singer and Songwriter Paul Thorn, who is famous for his songs in genres like Americana, Southern rock, and Country blues. Heather is not very active on social media, and there is not much information about her on the internet as she has chosen a very private life. However, her husband is very active and interacts with people on almost every social media platform.
|Name||Heather Marie Thorn|
|Famous for||Celebrity Wife|
|Age (as in 2023)||45-55|
|Currently Living In||U.S.A|
|Family, Relationship & More|
|Husband / Spouse||Paul Thorn
|Children||Daughters: Bella Thorn (Pop Tort) and Kitty Poo|
|Networth||$12 million (approx)|
As not much is known about Heather Marie Thorn, let us discuss some about her husband, Paul Thorn.
Paul Thorn (Paul Wayne Thorn) was born on July 13, 1964, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States of America. His singing style is a mix of blues, country, and rock. He was raised in Tupelo, Mississippi, and his father was a Preacher at a Pentecostal church.
He was a professional boxer. He participated in many boxing tournaments and won before becoming a musician. He is the winner of the Mid-South Middleweight Championship, which was held in Memphis, Tennessee. Paul also reached the finale with former world champion Roberto Duran.
He worked in the Tupelo Furniture factory and played at local clubs for many years in his initial days until he was discovered by music professional Miles Copeland.
Paul recorded his first album, Hammar and Nail, in 1997. He also released 13 more albums on his own, teaming with his production partner Billy Maddox. His cover was featured by multi-granny award-winning pianist and vocalist Diane Schurr.
Thorn’s highest chart position to date is at No 83 for his album Pimps and Preachers on Billboard 200 Chart.
The album called’ What the Hell Is Going On‘ stood as the 12th Most Played Album of 2012 on the Americana Music Association Year-End Chart. In 2018, ‘Don’t Let the Devil Ride‘ peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Blues Albums Chart.
In recognition of his constant support in his home state, The Mississippi House of Representatives has declared March 27 as Paul Thorn Day.