Perry Farrell is an American musician with a net worth of $50 million. Farrell has additionally directed the alternative rock groups Porno for Pyros and Satellite Party in his profession as a vocalist and songwriter. As a farewell tour for Jane’s Addiction in 1991, Farrell created the touring festival Lollapalooza, which continued to ran per annum until 1997, and was resurrected in 2003.
Perry Farrell Net Worth $50 Million Dollars
Since that time, Farrel has continued to make Lollapalooza as well as associates William Morris Agency and C3. As a result of his hallmark greatly effected vocal style, Farrell has separated among the very significant and first musical figures of the ’90s.
Jane's Addiction reunited again at the first-ever NME Awards USA, with the classic original lineup. This was the first performance with original bassist Eric Avery in over 15 years. [April 2008]
Has recorded 20 songs for the new Jane's Addiction album, to be titled 'Strays' in Los Angeles with producer Bob Ezrin. The band currently includes original members Farrell, Dave Navarro and Stephen Perkins, as well as bassist Chris Chaney, who replaces original member Eric Avery. A full-scale world tour and headlining gig at Lollapalooza 2003 will follow the album's release. [February 2003]
Announced that Janes Addiction has once again broken up after their most successful debut on the Billboard charts with "Strays" He said the band has problems functioning as a unit and that he hopes they will record again someday, but was thankful for the success of "Strays" and that all the band members remain friends. [May 2004]
His third son, Izzadore Bravo, was born on October 9th 2004 at 8:01am, weighing 8 lbs. 6 oz.
Released a solo record 'Song yet to be Sung' in 2001 which followed the 1999 compilation release 'Rev', which featured Porno for Pyros, Jane's and solo tracks.
Released two albums with his band Porno for Pyros. The self-titled debut was released in 1993 followed by 'Good God's Urge' in 1996.
Released five albums with his band Jane's Addiction, which broke up in the early 90s and subsequently reunited only to fall apart once again.
Father of sons Yobel (with ex-girlfriend Christine Cagel) and Hezron Wolfgang (with wife Etty).
Reformed Jane's Addiction in 2001 (minus original bass player Eric Avery.) An album of all-new Jane's material is expected in late summer 2002 and will co-incide with the bands first international live dates in nearly 12 years.
Named his traveling alternative music and arts festival "Lollapalooza" after a make of Italian icecream he saw advertised on late-night cable TV.
Named his post-Jane's Addiction band "Porno For Pyros" after watching the LA riots on TV.
Is a vegetarian and a supporter of the "Free Tibet" campaign (and various other human rights organizations such as Amnesty International and the 3rd world "Drop The Debt" campaign.)
His mother comitted suicide when he was four years old.
His favourite place to relax is the beach.
Frequently writes songs about women. Dated and lived with Casey Niccoli for nearly ten years. She was the inspiration for many classic Jane's Addiction songs (including "Classic Girl" and "Been Caught Stealing"). The song "Three Days" was about the last weekend the couple spent with another girl (and lover) called Xiola Bleu, who later died of a heroin overdose. The song "Then She Did..." is about Xiola and his late mother.
Designed and made all the cover art for all of Jane's Addiction's albums.
Is an avid surfer.
Released the album 'Song Yet to be Sung' in 2001.
Inside the clubs, it's all right; outside we get the shit kicked out of us.
I'm not interested in the money. I prefer to draw from the spirit world.
The music of Joy Division hit me. I only found out about them after Ian Curtis died. This fellow was so saddened by love. I thought, 'This is what a broken heart sounds like.' I could not stop playing that music.