Net Worth: $13'000'000
Julian Casablancas net worth: Julian Casablancas is an American singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $13’000’000. Julian Casablancas is best known as a singer and singer for The rock band The Strokes. As a solo artist Casablancas also has performed. Early Life: Born August 23, 1978, in New York City, Casablanca, she is half-American and half-Danish. His father is John Casablancas, founder of Elite Model Agency Group, and His mother is Model and former Miss Denmark Jeanette Christiansen. Since his parents’ marriage didn’t last long, he was raised by his mother and her second husband, painter Sam Adopted. It was Sam who introduced Julian to the Doors and helped him shape his early musical taste slightly different from the Phil Collins and other pop mainstream artists at the time. While Casablancas was in the Institute Le Rosa Swiss boarding school, he met his future bandmate, guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. And at the Lyc?e Fran?ais high school in New York, he met Nick Valenti and Fabricio Loretta. Julian never completed high school, but He got a GED and continued to take music classes at Five Towns College. Together with Hammond Loretta Valenti and bassist Nikolai Fracture, he started playing in 1998 and, The following year, formed The band The Strokes. Their debut album, Is This It 2001, was a critical and commercial success and placed the band alongside bands like the White Stripes and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs on the rock map. The band’s next releases were 2003’s Room on Fire and 2006’s First Impressions of Earth, which cemented their status among fans and made them go on a tour. Nevertheless, all albums released after their debut were not nearly as successful or acclaimed by fans and critics. The band took a five-year break and returned in 2011 with their fourth album, Angles. Their five-year hiatus has been described as the result of conflict between the band’s solo projects and various sobriety issues. After they released “Angles”, they headlined at several music festivals, including Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits. They released “Comedown Machine” in 2013 and an EP called “Future Present Past” in 2016 on Casablanca’s own label, Cult Records. They kicked off their global comeback when They headlined Bilbao BBK Live in 2019. Furthermore, they teased New songs in May 2019 and released a New Album, The New Abnormal, in April 2020, for which The band won their first Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. The Void Julian founded The Void in 2013. Casablancas is the lead vocalist, and other bandmates are Jeremy “Beard” Gritter and Amir Yashmak on guitar, Jacob “Jake” Bercovici on bass (as well as a synthesizer), Alex Carpets on drums and percussion, and Jeff Kite on keyboard. The Void released their debut album Tyranny on Julian’s label Cult Records in September 2014, followed by a tour across The United Kingdom and The United States. The Album features The 11-minute single “Human Sadness. ” On March 30, 2018, they released their second album, “Virtue. ” The album features The track “Pyramid of Bones”, which was featured on Adult Swim in April 2018, along with their single “Could as a Ghoul” on The Adult Swim’s Singles Program. During his time with the Strokes, Casablancas sought a Solo Career. In November 2009, he released his first solo album, Phrases for the Young. He had teamed with producer Jason Later and Bright Eyes musician Mike Movie For the Album. The album was strongly influenced by new wave and electronica, and Julian heavily utilized synthesizers for many songs. He made his live solo debut at a private party for the fashion brand Opening Ceremony in Tokyo, Japan. In October 2009, he performed a series of shows at The Downtown Palace Theatre in Los Angeles To celebrate The release of a new EP. Casablancas composed the original song I Like the Night As part of an endorsement deal with Alvaro’s men’s fragrance Decibel DB for a television commercial. The commercial featuring Julian aired on September 1 2011, in France. Between May 2016 and February 2017, The singer also curated and shared music on a monthly music show called Culture Void on Sirius XML. Like most of his bandmates, Casablancas also collaborated with other artists playing Casio guitar on Sick Sick Sick from Queens of the Stone Age’s album Era Vulgarism in 2007 and collaborated with Manifold and Pharrell on the song My Drive. Other of his collaborations include recording with the Lonely Island, Danger Mouse, and Sparkle horse. In 2011, he lent his vocals On a tribute album to Buddy Holly, “Rave On Buddy Holly. He contributed three specially recorded covers of Velvet Underground and Lou Reed to the HBO series Vinyl In 2016. ” Casablancas has also worked with Daft Punk on their 2013 album “Random Access Memories. The Album went on to win The Grammy Award for Album of The Year in 2013, with Casablancas as a co-recipient. Personal Life Casablancas married Juliet Joplin, who was The Stroke’s assistant manager in 2015. They had a son Cal born in January 2010, and in March 2015, they had another son Zephyr. Casablancas and Joplin divorced in 2019. Casablancas has been sober since 2009 and claimed to be hungover for five years during his heavy drinking days. Casablancas will have a place in Los Angeles in 2021.
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