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Brian Welch Wiki/Biography
Brian Philip Welch is a singer, musician and songwriter born on 19th June 1970, in Harbor City, Los Angeles, California, USA, and known by his stage name “Head”, is the co-founder and guitarist of the nu metal band “Korn”. Welch also has a notable solo career and has been ranked No.26 on the “Guitar World’s 100 Greatest Heavy Metal Guitarists of All Time”, largely through his solo project “Love and Death”.
Have you ever wondered how rich Brian Welch is? According to sources it has been estimated that Brian Welch’s overall net worth is $10 million, accumulated through an outstanding music career which he started in the early 1990s. Apart from being the co-founder and member of a famous metal band, Brian has developed a notable solo career which has only added to his net worth. Since he is still an active musician, his net worth continues to grow.
Brian Welch Net Worth $10 Million.
Brian Welch Net Worth $10 Million
Actually raised in Bakersfield, California, Welch had a difficult childhood as he stood out from his peers, and was often bullied at school. While growing up, he was a big Ozzy Osbourne fan, and eventually became interested in playing the drums. However, at the age of 10 his father convinced him to start playing the guitar instead, because it was a less demanding instrument to carry around. One of his first engagements was with the band “Creep”, for which he was hired as the guitarist. As the band developed, and Jonathan Davis was hired as the lead vocalist, he soon changed the name of the band into “Korn”, as he said it sounded a bit creepy due to the name of the horror movie “Children of the Corn”. Korn gradually became one of the leading nu metal groups, with high earnings, however, Welch and other band members soon became addicted to drugs and struggled with alcohol problems, which lasted for years.
Welch left Korn in 2005 after more than 12 years, citing that he had “chosen the Lord Jesus Christ as his savior” and wanted to pursue a different life. As soon as he left the band, Welch released numerous demos, including a song directed by rapper 50 Cent called “A Cheap Name” and songs like “Dream” and “A Letter to Dimebag”. While staying with the members of the Valley Bible Fellowship in Israel, Welch dedicated himself to creating music which would help people. In March 2008 he had founded the record company called Driven Music Group and released his second solo album “Save Me For Myself”. The same year, he became the representative and principal organizer of an organization and product line called “The Whosoevers”, which added somewhat to his net worth.
Five years later in May 2012, Welch was a special guest at the Carolina Rebellion in Rockingham, NC where Korn was performing on main stage, and was invited to the band’s performance as a special guest for the first time since his departure. Brian also performed with Korn at Rock on the Range, Rock Im Ring and Rock Am Ring, both in Germany, before rejoining the band in May 2013, although maintaining his solo career too – both add to his net worth.
When it comes to his private life, Welch was married to Rebekah from 1998 to 2001. The two gave their first child for adoption, but when Rebekah gave birth to Jennea Marie Welch in 1998, the couple kept her. After divorce, Brian got custody of their daughter and they reside in Arizona, but he maintains contact with his ex-wife.
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 19, 1970|
|Place Of Birth||Torrance, California, United States|
|Profession||Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter, Author|
|Spouse||Rebekkah Welch (m. 1998–2001)|
|Children||Jeanne Marie Welch, Natalie|
|Albums||Save Me from Myself, The Serenity of Suffering, more|
|Music Groups||Korn (Since 2013), Love and Death (Since 2009)|
|The Rack Pack||2016|
|Glasgow Girls||2014||TV Movie|
|The Escape Artist||2013||TV Mini-Series 3 episodes|
|Mayday||2013||TV Mini-Series 5 episodes|
|Black Mirror||2011||TV Series 1 episode|
|In Our Name||2010|
|Who Do You Think You Were?||2010||TV Series documentary|
|The Space You Leave||2008||Short|
|I Dream of Variety||2008||Short|
|3MW: Private Eyes||2008||TV Mini-Series documentary|
|Wasted Nation||2008||TV Short documentary|
|A Medium at Large||2007||Documentary short|
|Harrigan's Beat||2006||TV Movie documentary|
|Glasgow Girls||2014||TV Movie|
|In Our Name||2010||written by|
|The Last Station||2009||assistant editor|
|China's Wild West||2008||Documentary short special thanks|
|The Glasgow Girls' Stories||2015||TV Short documentary||Himself - Director & Writer, Glasgow Girls: The Drama|
|2015||BAFTA Scotland Award||BAFTA Awards, Scotland||Best Television Drama||Glasgow Girls (2014)|
|2015||Broadcast Awards||Broadcast Awards, UK||Best Original Programme||Glasgow Girls (2014)|
|2015||Royal Television Society Scotland Award||Royal Television Society Scotland Awards||Drama||Glasgow Girls (2014)|
|2011||Golden Zenith||Montréal World Film Festival||In Our Name (2010)|
|2016||Royal Television Society Scotland Award||Royal Television Society Scotland Awards||Television Director of the Year||The Rack Pack (2016)|
|2010||Best British Newcomer||London Film Festival||In Our Name (2010)|