David Bryan Bio

(Songwriter, Musician)

Relationship Statistics of David Bryan

What is David Bryan marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did David Bryan get married ? (married date):August 07, 2010
How many children does David Bryan have ? (name):three (Luna Bryan, Colton Moon Bryan and Tiger Lily Bryan)
Is David Bryan having any relationship affair ?: No
Is David Bryan gay ?: No
Who is David Bryan wife ? (name):Lexi Quaas

More about the relationship

Bryan married his high school girlfriend on August 25, 1990. However, they separated in 2004. They have two daughters Luna Bryan and Colton Moon Bryan born on 10 march 1994 and son Tiger Lily Bryan born on 28 April 2000.

Bryan married Lexi Quaas in Colts Neck, New Jersey on August 7, 2010.August 7, 2010

Who is David Bryan?

David Bryan is an American musician and songwriter. He is best known as the keyboard player for the rock band Bon Jovi, who has co-written songs and performed back vocals. Also, David is the writer of Broadway musical Memphis.

David Bryan: Age, Parents, Siblings, Family, Ethnicity, Nationality

David Bryan was born on February 7, 1962, in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and raised in Edison, New Jersey. His birth name is David Bryan Rashbaum. His current age is 57 years. David’s father, Eddie Rashbaum used to play the trumped. Also, his mother’s name is Flo.

He belongs to Jewish ethnicity. Similarly, he holds an American nationality.

David Bryan: Education, School/College University

David attended Clara Barton elementary school where he performed many instruments including violin, viola, trumpet, and saxophone. He also visited the middle school of Herbert Hoover, then J. Similarly, David graduated from P. Stevens High School.

Bryan studied with Emery Hack, a professor at Juilliard, for thirteen years. He also attended Rutgers University but dropped out to attend Juilliard.

David Bryan: Professional Life, Career

Bryan was the first member of Bon Jovi to get a call when Jon Bon Jovi discovered he got awarded a recording deal and entered the group. When he became weary of constantly getting to spell out his full name, he chose his performance title. Bryan attended Rutgers University at the moment and studied with a 4.0 GPA Pre-Med. On all Bon Jovi’s records, and the collaborative initiatives of Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, Bryan has performed keyboards and performed.

Similarly, he co-wrote the songs ‘Love Lies’ and ‘Breakout’ on Bon Jovi’s self-titled first album, Only Lonely, The Hardest Part Is The Night and To the Fire on 7800° Fahrenheit, In These Arms on Keep the Faith, and Last Cigarette on Have A Nice Day.

He co-wrote with Joe DiPietro the musical Memphis, which debuted off-Broadway in 2002. Memphis got conducted at San Diego’s La Jolla Playhouse in 2008. They also conducted the series at the 5th Avenue Theater in Seattle, Washington, in January 2009, before shifting later in 2009 to Broadway. Bryan also co-wrote The Toxic Avenger, again working with Joe DiPietro. On April 6, 2009, the musical made its premiere off-Broadway at the New World Stages.

David was collaborating with DiPietro on fresh musical named Chasing The Song which describes American musicians who operated in the Brill Building from 1962 to 1964Bryan defines it as “Factual America’s fictional tale.” They now involve director Christopher Ashley, along with choreographer Sergio Trujillo. According to Playbill, “The musical is planning a fall or early winter workshop. Broadway is the goal.”

Also, Their musical Diana will begin previews on Broadway on March 2, 2020, with an expected opening date of March 31, following an attempt-out production at La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, CA.

David Bryan: Awards and Nomination

Brayan has got nominated in different awards like Laurence Olivier Mastercard Award for Best New Musical. Similarly, he got nominated for Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical Memphis.

Also, he got nominated for Laurence Olivier Award in the category of Outstanding Achievement in music. Broadway from October 18, 2009, to August 5, 2012, won for the 2010 season for 8 Tony awards and received 4, including Best Musical and Best Original Score.

David Bryan: Net worth($120 million), Income

Bryan has an estimated net worth of $120 million. His source of income is from songwriting, touring and performing in different shows.

David Bryan: Charity Work

He also composed the anthem with Dena Hammerstein for Only Make Believe, “Rockin’ All Over the World.” David is a member of the honorary board for Only Make Believe, a non-profit organization that provides interactive theater in clinics and care services to chronically sick and disabled kids. He is also a part of the board of the Traveling Guitar Foundation of Damon Marks. For Hurricane Katrina survivors, the group has constructed several houses.

A documentary about the making of these homes is the video for the hit song Who Says You Can’t Go Home. The group also donated $1 million to the Angel Network of Oprah Winfrey. With this, she developed Louisiana’s Bon Jovi Boulevard. One year ago, Bon Jovi got greeted home to see Bon Jovi Boulevard and reveal it to his future residents.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size

David Bryan stands at a height of 6feet and weighs about 80kg. Similarly, he has curly blond hair with blue eye color.

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

Bryan has around 26.5k followers on Twitter. Similarly. he has 44k followers on Instagram.

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