Dave Navarro is a famous musician primarily for crowds in America, but he’s also fairly well known globally, at the same time. He’s called a vocalist, songwriter along with a guitarist. Dave Navarro is mainly referred to as the person who created a group called “Jane’s Addiction”, which will be a group playing alternative rock music. The group can also be considered among the primary sources of Dave Navarro net worth. As an associate of the group, Dave Navarro has released four music records.
Dave Navarro Net Worth $25 Million Dollars
Other groups, in which Dave Navarro, went, have been “The Panic Channel” and “Deconstruction”. These groups are regarded as being spinoffs of the formerly mentioned group the singer founded, “Jane’s Addiction”. So, belonging to these four groups have raised the total size of Dave Navarro net worth a lot.
Along with playing in the groups, Dave Navarro has additionally started his profession as a solo musician. Thus, his profession as a solo act has additionally raised the absolute size of Dave Navarro net worth.
In 1986, Dave Navarro became an associate of the group called “Jane’s Addiction”. The singer joined the group due to how his really good friend belonged to it and he indicated that Dave Navarro would join the group, also.
Still, it was rather a jolt to many devotees of the group when in 1991, when the group was incredibly popular, they determined to discontinue their career.
When the group stop performing, Dave Navarro still needed to be involved into music business. So, the singer created a group called “Deconstruction”. There, the singer was joined by another person in the group “Jane’s Addiction’, Eric Avery. Before this group ceased performing, at the same time, they released one record. After the breaking up of the group, Dave Navarro became an associate of a popular rock band called “Red Hot Chili Peppers”.
June 7, 1967 age 48
Santa Monica, California, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Actor, Composer, Singer, Guitarist, Musician, Television producer, Film Score Composer
Was elected National Recording Artists Vice President of SAG-AFTRA in September 2013.
Working with ex-Skycycle vocalist "Steve Isaacs" in a new band called "The Panic Channel". The band is comprised of Chris Chaney, Steve Perkins and Navarro, all of which were members of the latest incarnation of Jane's Addiction. The band is currently working on their debut album. 
Yeah, I can read music and I know the names of chords.
I've always recorded the same way. I put down as many ideas as I have, then strip them away at the mixdown. It's better to have too much music than not enough.
I've done a lot of talk shows where you can tell that the host is just thinking about what he wants to say next while you're answering him and that's really uncomfortable.
I'm not the type of player to sit home and practice scales and work on runs.
I'm thrilled I have the opportunity to do the 'Spread' show and have the terrific sponsors that we work with like Nikon or Verizon.
Jane's Addiction has only put out new music when our hearts were in and when we had something to say creatively.
Men are much more aggressive with their advances.
So as long as I can do the music or create, I'll feel fine.
For me, it doesn't matter how difficult something is, it doesn't matter how impressive it is, it's what sounds best that really counts.
Guitar playing is just something that came to me and is really second nature now.
I wish I was a shredder that could play everything, but I don't have the patience.
I'm as obsessive with health as I was with destruction.
I'm either shooting nine grams of coke a day or spending two hours at the gym. There's no middle ground.
There have been times when I felt suicidal and I would stop my head from going in that direction of negativity because I thought there'd be something I'd miss that was funny in the future. If there's a chance I'm going to laugh tomorrow then want to live to experience that.
It's impossible to compare two bands. It would be like comparing two lovers.
And I've also come to the conclusion that, as far as guitar solos and things like that are concerned, it's more important to complement the music rather than take away from it.
I have never been sexually aroused by a man. But I have yet to kiss Johnny Depp, so you never know.
As a viewer of television if there's something I don't like or find offensive, I just don't watch it.