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Adam Dutkiewicz Wiki/Biography
Adam Jonathan Dutkiewicz was born on the 4th April 1977, in Westhampton, Massachusetts, USA of Austrian, British and Polish descent. He is a musician, singer, songwriter, best known through being member of several bands – Aftershock, Killswitch Engage, and Serpentine Dominion. He is also known for being a record producer. His musical career has been active since 1992.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Adam Dutkiewicz is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Adam’s net worth is over $8 million, an amount which has been accumulated through his successful involvement in the music industry, including from being a record producer. He also appeared as a contestant in the TV game show “The Price Is Right”, which added more than $51,000 to his net worth.
Adam Dutkiewicz Net Worth $8 Million
Adam Dutkiewicz was raised in his hometown, where he went to Hampshire Regional High School. Upon matriculation, Adam enrolled at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, to study audio engineering, bass guitar and production.
Even while in college, Adam took the first steps towards a professional career in music, starting the band Aftershock. The band existed until the early 2000s when they disbanded, but not before they released two studio albums – “Letters” (1997), and “Through The Looking Glass” (2000), which added a considerable amount to his net worth.
Following the break-up of Aftershock, Adam went on to start the Killswitch Engage, with Joel Stroetzel, Mike D’Antonio, Jesse Leach and Justin Foley. Their debut album came out in 2000 entitled “Killswitch Engage”, released through Ferret Music label. It reached No. 121 on the US Billboard chart, and it also received positive critiques, which enabled the band to sign for a major label. Soon enough, they had a contract with the Roadrunner Records in their hands, and started working on their second studio album. It came out in 2002, entitled “Alive Or Just Breathing”, which peaked at No. 78 on the US Billboard 200, and achieved silver status, increasing Adam’s net worth by a large degree. Their third album announced increased in their popularity, as it peaked at No. 21 on the US Billboard 200 chart, and achieved gold status in sales, adding a considerable amount to his wealth. As of the late 2000s and into the recent decade, the band’s popularity grew immensely, and their albums “Killswitch Engage” (2009), “Disarm The Descent” (2013), and “Incarnate” (2016), all reached into the top 10 on the US Billboard chart, with “Incarnate” peaking at No. 6, while both previous releases reached No. 7.
Most recently, Adam formed another band called Serpentine Dominion with such musicians as George Fisher, Shannon Lucas and Max Green, and they have released one album – “Serpentine Dominion”, the sales of which also increased his net worth.
Additionally in his career, Adam has also worked as a record producer for such record labels as Zing Recording Studios, Solid State Records, and Tooth & Nail Records, producing albums for various bands, including From Autumn to Ashes, All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, The Devil Wears Prada and many others, which has also improved his wealth.
When it comes to speak about his personal life, Adam Dutkiewicz obviously keeps it for himself, as in the media there is no any information. He is known in the media as a straight edge, a subculture of hardcore punk.
|Full Name||Adam Dutkiewicz|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 4, 1977|
|Place Of Birth||Westhampton, Massachusetts, United States|
|Education||Hampshire Regional High School, Berklee College of Music|
|Nicknames||Dutkiewicz, Adam , Adam Jonathan Dutkiewicz , Adam D , Adam Dutkiewitcz , Dutkiewitcz, Adam|
|Record Labels||Roadrunner Records, Ferret Music|
|Music Groups||Killswitch Engage (Since 1999), Times of Grace (Since 2008), Shadows Fall, Aftershock (1992 – 2004)|
|Strength in Numbers||2011||Short||Good Guy 2|
|Killswitch Engage: Holy Diver||2007||Video short||Princess|