Bill Medley and Paula Vasu were married in the year 1986. They tied the knot after dating for a long time. In 2015, it was said that senior citizen Medley is still married to his wife Paula so, we don’t think that the couple has headed towards divorce. There is not such news about the divorce of Medley and Vasu in social media. The couple has children and grandchildren too.
75 year old Medley has a tall height and recently he is not dating any girl. But in his past days, Medley seemed to be in affairs and relations with many girls. Medley married his first wife Karen O’Grady at the beginning of his music career probably in 1964, whom he had met first time in the church and started dating in 1963. In 1965, their son Darrin was born and they got divorced when Darrin was 5 years of age. Even after the divorce, Karen and Medley never had bitter relations between them. In 1970, Medley married Suzi Robertson and Janice Gorham but both the marriages were soon declared invalid and had no legal existence. Also Medley had a number of relationships with other women like Darlene Love, Mary Wilson and Connie Francis, who were his girlfriends.
In January 1976, his first wife Karen was raped and murdered, and the news brought a lot of sadness in his life because even after the divorce Karen was like his best friend. He is still privately looking for the rapist and murderer, who was never found. After Karen passed away, Medley took off from his career for some time in order to look after his 10 year old son, Darrin. From Paula, Medley has a daughter, McKenna who is also a singer and she performs with Medley as his duet on Time of My Life in his tour.
Medley is an American singer and songwriter. Medley is perhaps best known for being one half of the musical band, The Righteous Brothers. The song that Medley sung 50 years ago greatly surprised everyone because the song had been named the most played record in the history of radio. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling co-written and produced by Phil Spector in 1964 has been broadcasted eight million times approximately. Medley really could not believe on the success of that song, maybe he was expecting less from the song.
Medley was nominated for Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist in the 1972 Grammy Awards and he won 1988 Grammy award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or a Group with Vocals.
Some of the songs of Medley are Don’t Know Much, Right Here and Now, I Still Do, etc.
Medley’s net worth is at $60 million.