American Cajun singer and songwriter Wayne Toups has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. Born in Crowley, Louisiana in October 1958. He is widely recognized for his style of music, combining the genres of rock and roll, R&B, Cajun music, and zydeco into what he names Zydecajun music, as well as for his ability to sing in both England and French languages. Toups began playing the accordion at the age of 13 and would win many local contests. Then, in the late 1970s he released his very first studio album Wayne Toups and the Crowley Aces and started to tour in America in the mid-1980s, gaining much more popularity at festivals. The singer later rolled out the 1986 album Zydecajun, the 1988 album Johnnie Can’t Dance, the 1989 album Blast from the Bayou, the 1991 album Fish Out of Water, the 1992 album Down Home Live!, the 1995 album Back to the Bayou, the 1997 album Toups, the 1998 album More Than Just a Little, the 1999 album The Best of Wayne Toups, the 2000 album Little Wooden Box, the 2004 album Whoever Said It Was Easy, the 2005 album Reflections of the Past, the 2008 album The Essential Wayne Toups, the 2009 album Wayne Toups Live, and the 2012 album The band Courtbouillon. Toups also had big success with his 1999 single “Free Me”, which peaked at #66 on the US Country charts. Toups has won a Grammy Award.