Facts of Brian Setzer
|Full Name:||Brian Setzer|
|Age:||61 years 2 months|
|Birth Date:||April 20, 1959|
|Birth Place:||Massapequa, New York, U.S.|
|Net Worth:||$ 6.5 million|
|Profession:||singer, songwriter, and guitarist|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Virgo, Cancer, Capricorn|
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Relationship Statistics of Brian Setzer
|What is Brian Setzer marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Married|
|When did Brian Setzer get married ? (married date):||May 21, 2005|
|How many children does Brian Setzer have ? (name):||Three|
|Is Brian Setzer having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Brian Setzer gay ?:||No|
|Who is Brian Setzer wife ? (name):||Julie Reiten|
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Brian Setzer has been married a total of three times in his career. He married DeAnna Madsen on 14 February 1984. They later separated in 1992. They have a son Cody from this marriage. Additionally, Setzer married Christine Schmidt on 3 September 1994 and later separated in 2002. Furthermore, he has two children from this relationship.
Currently, Setzer is a married man. He is married to Julie Reiten. The pair has been together from 21 May 2005.
Who is Brian Setzer?
Brian Setzer is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist. People mostly recognize him as the member of popular music groups like Stray Cats and the Brian Setzer Orchestra. He has also provided soundtracks for several movies and television series.
Brian Setzer’s Early Life, Childhood, and Education
Setzer was born as Brian Robert Setzer in Massapequa, New York on April 10, 1959. He developed a keen interest in music since his childhood years. He is American nationality. Furthermore, there are no details available about his ethnic background at present.
Talking about his education, there is no information regarding Setzer’s educational background.
Brian Setzer’s Career, Salary, Net Worth
Setzer initially began playing euphonium. Additionally, he performed in several jazz bands while his time in school. Soon, he became a member of the Bloodless Pharaohs and the Tomcats. The Tomcats later became the Stray Cats. He has since then released several solo albums. Furthermore, he has also performed as a guest with several artists and bands including Johnny Hallyday, Twisted Sister, Jimmy Barnes, Paul Rodgers, Arlen Roth, Gary Hoey, Mike Ness, and Tomoyasu Hotei among others.
Some of Setzer’s albums include ‘The Knife Feels Like Justice’, ‘Live Nude Guitars’, ‘Rockin’ By Myself’, ‘Ignition!’, ‘Nitro Burnin’ Funny Daddy’, ‘Setzer Goes Instru-Mental!’, and ‘Rockabilly Riot! All Original’ among others. In addition, his band Stray Cats has also released several albums to date. Some of them are ‘Gonna Ball’, ‘Built for Speed’, ‘Rant n’ Rave with the Stray Cats’, and Choo Choo Hot Fish’. Furthermore, his other band The Brian Setzer Orchestra has released albums like ‘Guitar Slinger’, ‘Jumpin’ East of Java’, ‘Dig That Crazy Christmas’, and ‘Rockin’ Rudolph’ among others.
Setzer has won three Grammy Awards in his career to date. Additionally, ‘Jump Jive An’ Wail’ won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance Duo/Group. Additionally, he also received the Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award in 1999.
Setzer has not revealed his current salary. However, he has an estimated net worth of around $ 6.5 million at present.
Brian Setzer’s Rumors, Controversy
Setzer has not been part of any notable controversies in his career. Additionally, at present, there are no rumors concerning his life and career.
Brian Setzer’s Body Measurement
Talking about his body measurement, there are no details available relating to Setzer’s height and weight. His hair color is blonde and his eye color is dark brown.
Brian Setzer’s Social Media
Setzer is active over the social media. He has a huge number of followers on social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter as well as Instagram. He has more than 26k followers on Twitter. In addition, he has more than 44k followers on Instagram. Similarly, his Facebook page has more than 280k followers.
References: (grammy.com, discogs.com)