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(American singer-songwriter)

Relationship Facts of Tina Weymouth

Tina Weymouth is married to Chris Frantz.
She is mother of 2.
Tina Weymouth is not having an affair with anyone presently.
Her sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Tina Weymouth?

In 1977, Tina Weymouth exchanged her wedding ring with Chris Frantz. They have two sons and reside in Fairfield, Connecticut. The Washington Post was published by her niece, Katharine Weymouth.

Tina Weymouth met Chris Frantz and David Byrne, who went on to establish the band the Artistics, while she was a student at the Rhode Island School of Design. She started dating Frantz and drove the band around.

Weymouth and Frantz were involved in a car accident with an inebriated driver in March 2022. Weymouth sustained three shattered ribs in addition to a fractured sternum.


Tina Weymouth: Biography in Details

Who is Tina Weymouth?

Martina Michèle, better known as “Tina” Weymouth, American singer-songwriter is a founder member and bassist of Talking Heads, a new wave group, as well as the group’s side project, Tom Tom Club, which she co-founded with her husband, drummer Chris Frantz.

As a member of Talking Heads, Weymouth was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2002.

Tina Weymouth: Bio, Age, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity, Education

Tina Weymouth was born on November 22, 1950, in Coronado, California, U.S. As of 2024, her age is 73 years old. According to the astrologist’s birth chart, her zodiac sign is Sagittarius. She is the daughter of mother Laura Bouchage and Father U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Ralph Weymouth (1917–2020). Besides this, she has a sibling whose name is Deo. Moreover, She Holds an American nationality and belongs to a mixed ethnicity. Her father was American, and her mother was a Brittany immigrant.

She is the third of eight children; her siblings include architects Yann Weymouth, who designed the Salvador Dalí Museum in Florida, and Lani and Laura Weymouth, who work with Tina in her band Tom Tom Club. On her mother’s side, Weymouth has Breton ancestry; she is the great-granddaughter of Breton writer Anatole Le Braz.


At the age of twelve, Weymouth went on tour with Nancy Tufts’ amateur music group, Mrs. Tufts’ Potomac English Hand Bell Ringers. She began studying the guitar on her own at the age of 14.

Tina Weymouth: Professional life, Career

Early Career

Tina Weymouth met Chris Frantz and David Byrne, who went on to establish the band the Artistics, while she was a student at the Rhode Island School of Design.

She started dating Frantz and drove the band around. The three of them relocated to New York City following their graduation. At Frantz’s request, she joined Byrne and Frantz since they were having trouble finding a bass guitarist who could fit their needs, and she started learning and playing the instrument.

As a bassist, she fused danceable, funk-infused riffs with the minimalist art-punk bass lines of bands like Wire and Pere Ubu to create the foundation of Talking Heads’ distinctive sound.

Musical Activities

Complete Compass Point All Stars, Weymouth, and Frantz created the Tom Tom Club in 1980 to keep themselves occupied during the rather extended break from Talking Heads gigs.

Weymouth, Frantz, and Jerry Harrison regrouped without Talking Heads frontman David Byrne for a single album titled No Talking, Just Head under the moniker “The Heads” in 1996, with a rotating lineup of vocalists, as it became clear that Byrne had no interest in doing another Talking Heads record.

Byrne has drawn criticism from Weymouth, who called him “a man incapable of returning friendship”.

Tina Weymouth co-produced the 1992 album Yes Please! by the Happy Mondays and provided percussion and backing vocals for the virtual alternative rock band Gorillaz on the song “19-2000”.

Weymouth was a judge for the second annual Indie Music Awards to assist indie musicians’ careers.[13] She worked alongside Chicks on Speed, Miss Kittin, Kevin Blechdom, Le Tigre, and Adult’s Nicola Kuperus on their cover of the Tom Tom Club song “Wordy Rappinghood” for their 2003 album 99 Cents.

With a high of number two in the Dutch Top 40, number five on the Belgian Dance Chart, and number seven on the UK Singles Chart, “Wordy Rappinghood” became a moderate dance hit throughout Europe.

Tina Weymouth: Net worth, Salary

Her Precise, Earning is missing at the moment, however, some other sources have revealed that Tina Weymouth has a total worth of around $20 Million.

Her main Source of Income is from her professional career as a musician.

Tina Weymouth: Rumors, Controversy

There is no record of Tina being involved in any rumors and buzzes. Owing to her long professional career, she has not been indulged in any part of controversy yet. She has maintained a clean image and low profile.

Tina Weymouth: Body features, Height, Weight

Presently, there is no data disclosed regarding her body features, as of 2024 her precise height, weight, and body measurements are missing.

Besides this, she has a fair skin complexation with blonde hair color and dark brown pairs of beautiful eyes.

Social Media

Not only this she is not active on any social sites also, as of 2024 her Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts are missing.

If there is any detailed info revealed about her personal life, then it’ll be updated soon.

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