Adam Duritz Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Adam Duritz is an American musician, songwriter, record and movie producer with a net worth of $40 million dollars. A singer songwriter, musician, and record/film producer, Adam Duritz is the lead singer and principal songwriter for the group, “Counting Crows”. The singer-songwriter has additionally worked as an effective solo artist, and sometimes collaborates with other musicians or groups including, The Wallflowers, Ryan Adams, and Nanci Griffith.
Adam Duritz Net Worth $40 Million Dollars
As well as functioning as the group’s frontman and vocalist, Duritz can also be a main composer of the tunes. Before attaining his star status, he first sang for numerous San Francisco Bay Area groups like Mod-L Society and Sordid Humor. Additionally, Duritz supplied vocals for David Immergluck in the 1990s along with all the creation of the record by David Bryson. Again with Bryson, he also formed a short lived rock band called The Himalayans in 1990. 3 years later, Duritz and David eventually saw the introduction of a solid rock band i.e., Counting Crows. To date, they’ve sold over 20 million records globally and brought in a 2004 Academy Award nomination for his or her single “Accidentally in Love”, that has been a part of the cartoon movie Shrek 2. But Adam Duritz contributions to music aren’t just restricted to his work together with the Counting Crows. Adam also collaborated with many famous musicians such as The Wall flowers, Nancy Griffith, Peter Stuart as well as the group Dashboard confessionals amongst others. Additionally, he co-founded a record label, E Pluribus Unum in 1997 that was afterwards bought by Interscope records. Music apart, he’s helped create such movies as Burn (1998) as well as The locust (1997).
August 1, 1964
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
6' (1.83 m)
University of California, Berkeley University of California, Davis
Linda Dee, Gilbert Duritz
Counting Crows, The Himalayans, Sordid Humor, Accidentally in Love, Mr. Jones, Round Here
Has a sister named Nicole. She is mentioned in his song "Children in Bloom".
After the overnight multi-platinum success of the Counting Crows debut album ("August and Everything After"). Adam decided to find a real job for a "reality check" between albums. So he bartended at the The Viper Room in Hollywood, which at the time was still owned by Johnny Depp.
[on his hair style] I spent my life looking in the mirror and thinking, I don't get it - that's not me. The first time I got dreads, I caught my reflection in a window. and it was the first time that I saw me. It was like the first time I wrote a song.
Maria is the only one who's not completely real. She's just an idea of someone I came up with when I was writing "Round Here." I mean, she's me. It's through the eyes of a girl, but it's someone very much like me struggling at the edge, not sure if she's going to fall off on one side or the other. It's a theme that's stuck through songs. So she keeps popping up.