Brendon Urie Net Worth
Who is Brendon Urie
Brendon Urie is a popular Musician, singer and songwriter from the US. He was born in April 1987 at St.George, Utah. His parents Grace and Boyd Urie followed the Mormon faith. Urie went to Palo Verde High school in Las Vegas.
With a versatile Leggero Tenor voice spanning four octaves, Brendon Urie has gained a strong foothold in the field of Music. His versatility extends to instrumentation as well as he is able to play Guitar, Drums, Piano, Cello Violin, Drums, trumpet, Organ and the Accordion with equal ease.
He met Bassist Brent Wilson at his High School. Bassist helped him in gain entry into a band called Panic! At the Disco. Though he went as a replacement for the Guitarist position, he was offered Lead Singer role as others were impressed with his amazing voice.
Five studio albums followed. The first one – “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” sold 1.8 million copies and had a very popular number “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”.
Urie and his band followed it up with Pretty Odd in 2008. He wrote two songs “Folkin’ Around” and “I Have Friends in Holy Spaces” for this album.
He continued in the band for the third Album “Vice & Virtues” and Fourth “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!” in spite of the departure other band members.
The latest album from the Band “Death of a Bachelor” in January, 2016 propelled it to the number one position.
Outside his band, Brendon Urie has been a Guest singer for The Cab’s song “One of THOSE nights” from the album “Whisper War”. He has sung “What a Catch, Donnie”, “20 Dollar Nose Bleed” and provided back-up vocals for “7 Minutes in Heaven” for his former Labelmates – the Fall Out Boys.
Urie sang the number “Big Shot” before President Obama and others when Billy Joel was honored with the Kennedy Centre Honors in December 2013.
Brendon Urie has made appeared in many music videos for songs such as “Headfirst Slide into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet”, “Keeping On Keeping on”, “Love in the Middle of a Firefight”, “Molly”, “Every Time I die”, “Butcher Walker’s Panic!”, “Pretty Melody”, “What a Catch, Donnie”, “A Little Less Sixteen Candles”, “a Little More Touch Me” and Clothes off!! He also sang and appeared as a news reporter in a Coco Cola’s feature “Open Happiness”.
Urie has written songs for Broadway musicals such as SpongeBob Square Pants and starred in Cyndi Lauper’s musical “Kinky boots”.
Urie is married Sarah Orzechowski in 2013. Though he was a resident of Los Angles, he shifted to an undisclosed location in February 2017 to avoid excessive attention.
Urie has disclosed that he suffers from ADHD and is taking medication for this problem.
Urie is more famous as a lead vocalist at Panic! At the Disco. He has sung in various genres such as Alternative rock, Pop rock, emo, emo pop, pop and baroque pop.
Awards and Recognition
Urie won the Best Vocalist Award in July 2014 at the Alternative Press Musical Awards.
His albums have hit the top spots on the Billboard in 2014.
Net Worth of Brendon Urie
The Net Worth of Brendon Urie to $ 8 million. This he attributes to his earnings from song writing, video appearances and stint as a lead vocalist at Panic! At the Disco.
Brendon Urie Bio Info
Full name: Brendon Boyd Urie
Born: 12 April 1987 (age 31 years), Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Height: 1.74 m
Spouse: Sarah Orzechowski (m. 2013)
Parents: Grace Urie, Boyd Urie
Education: Palo Verde High School
Instruments: Vocals; guitar; piano; keyboards; bass; drums; percussion
Movies: Panic! At the Disco: Live in Chicago
Music group: Panic! at the Disco (Since 2004)
Brendon Urie Quotes
- It’s cool to be different and just be who you are and shock people in a good way. – Brendon Urie
- There’s always a bit of nerves that come with expectations and new situations. – Brendon Urie
- If you kill the arts, you kill love, and you kill progress. – Brendon Urie
- You can create some soul out of something that’s electronic or mechanical. – Brendon Urie
- We’re all in this together. We’re all sinners. – Brendon Urie
Brendon Urie Videos on YouTube
As we celebrate Brendon’s decade (and counting) as the frontman for Panic! At The Disco, we decided to chronicle his career from wannabe Blink-182 guitarist to bona fide rock star