What we do I think attracts a certain type of person. I don't think age has much to do with it, you either get into it or you don't. You could be 16 or 60 and you're either gonna like us or not depending on your sensibilities
There have been very few virtuosos in the history of the group, but there have been a lot of really nice people. The Cure backstage is a notoriously fun-filled zone.
Robert is an English singer, songwriter, and musician and he is also well known as the lead singer, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, lyricist, principal songwriter and only consistent member of the rock band the Cure, which he co-founded in 1976.
Robert Smith: Age, Parents, Siblings, and Family
Smith was in Blackpool, Lancashire, the United Kingdom on April 21, 1959, aged (59). He is the son of Alex Smith (father) and Rita Smith (mother). There is no much information about his family. He has three siblings namely, Richard Smith, Margaret Smith, and Janet Thompson.
His family keeps shifting from one place to another, hence he was brought up in different places. He belongs to British nationality and mixed (English- Irish) ethnicity. His birth sign is Taurus.
Robert Smith: Education, School/ College University
On talking about his education, he attended St. Francis Primary School. Then, he attended Notre Dame Middle School. Similarly, he attended St. Wilfrid’s Comprehensive School. He completed his school education by 1977.
Robert Smith: Professional Life Career
On talking about his profession, his career started at the age of 14 with the high school band ‘The Crawley Goat Band’ that also included his brother, Richard, sister Janet, and some of his friends as its members. Whereas, he also formed the band ‘Easy Cure’ in 1976 along with Laurence Tolhurst, Pearl Thompson, and Michael Dempsey with Smith performing the role of one of the songwriters and singer. During 1978, the band was renamed as ‘The Cure’ with the dismissal of Pearl Thompson from the group.
Similarly, from 1978 to 1979, the band released the singles ‘Killing an Arab’ and ‘10:15 Saturday Night’. In fact, they also released their debut album ‘Three Imaginary Boys. Likewise, he also went on a UK tour along with Steve Severin of ‘Siouxsie and the Banshees’, in 1979, for promoting their second album, ‘Join Hands’. During 1980, Michael Dempsey left the band and Simon Gallup, a bass guitarist and Matthieu Hartly, a keyboardist joined the group.
From July 1982 to February 1985, he had to shoulder the entire recording process of ‘The Cure’. Likewise, he also released the solo album ‘The Top’ in 1984, where Smith played all the instruments by himself except the drums.
Additionally, throughout the new millennium, he also recorded new albums with The Cure. In addition, these include ‘Bloodflowers’ (2000), ‘The Cure’ (2004) and ‘4:13 Dream’ (2008).
Robert Smith: Awards, Nomination
He won the Brit Award for British Video in 1990. During 2004, he was presented with the Godlike Genius Award by Tim Burton at the Shockwaves NME Awards for his guest appearance in the film ‘Mighty Boosh’. During 2005, he won ‘Ivor Novello Award for International Achievement’ in recognition of his songwriting and composition skills.
Robert Smith: Net Worth ($ 25 m), Income, Salary
There is no information regarding his income, salary. Whereas, his net worth was around $ 25 million.
Robert Smith: Rumors, and Controversy/ Scandal
On talking about his rumors and controversies, there was a rumor that he is going to be a father. Additionally, this has caused multiple stories about the alleged pregnancy to make their way through bulletin boards and other social media sites
Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size
On talking about his body measurements, Robert has a height of 5 feet 10 inches. Additionally, he weighs is 80Kg. Robert’s hair color is black and his eye color is green.
Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
He has around 67.6K followers on Twitter. Whereas, he is not active on Facebook and Instagram.