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Danny Carey Wiki/Biography
Daniel Edwin Carey was born on 10 May 1961, in Lawrence, Kansas USA, and is an instrumentalist and drummer, best known for being part of the award-winning rock band Tool. He’s helped the band win Grammy Awards, and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Danny Carey? As of late-2016, sources estimate a net worth that is at $40 million, mostly earned through a successful career in the music industry. He’s also worked with various popular artists including Carole King, Skinny Puppy, Melvins, and The Wild Blue Yonder. As he continues his work in music, it is expected that his wealth will continue to increase.
Danny Carey Net Worth $40 million
Danny started playing the snare drum in a school band when he was 10 years old, then taking private lessons for the instrument, before starting playing on the complete drum set and joining a high school jazz band. After matriculating, he attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and would start to apply an academic approach to his music studies. He continued to play jazz music around this time, and became a part of the jazz scene of Kansas City. After graduating, he was convinced to move to Portland, Oregon where he would perform with various bands before moving to Los Angeles. He then became a studio drummer with Carole King, and helped record the album “Cereal Killer”. Eventually, he would meet Tool band members Adam Jones and Maynard James Keenan, and became the drummer of the band when the original drummers invited to the band never showed up.
Tool would soon become highly popular, and would go on worldwide tours. They also produced numerous chart-topping albums, and would win three Grammy Awards. Their first album released in 1993 showed a more heavy metal sound, but later they went on more to the progressive rock side. The band is well known for experimenting with their music, visuals, and lyrical message., and they continue to perform and create music today, with their most recent album entitled “10,000 Days” released in 2006, which brought them critical acclaim and was commercially successful. Tool has been described as a mixture of numerous rock genres, and they’re well known for incorporating visual art to their performances. All work has helped Danny Carey improve his net worth.
Aside from Tool, Carey is known to have numerous side projects, including Legend of the Seagullmen. He also plays with the fusion band “Volto!”, which regularly performs around Los Angeles. Other bands he plays with include the electronica-based Zaum, Pigmy Love Circus, Green Jelly, and Pigface.
For his personal life, it is known that Carey has been married to Sabine since 1997. He does not officially align himself with any religion or philosophy. He’s very interested in various occult teachings and it’s usually seen in the designs of his drum sets. He also uses geometric designs to his drumming techniques which add to his unique drumming style. Aside from these, it is known that Danny uses his own signature drumstick and also has a signature snare drum made by Sonor. For his kit, he often uses Paiste cymbals, Hammerax percussion, Evans drumheads, and Roland electronics.
|Full Name||Danny Carey|
|Net Worth||$40 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 10 1961|
|Place Of Birth||Lawrence, Kansas USA|
|Education||University of Missouri–Kansas City|
|Music Groups||Tool (Since 1990), Volto!, Green Jellÿ (1989 – 1994), Zaum, Pigface|
|Movies||Pigface: Glitch & Son of a Glitch|
|1||Has played sessions with acts such as Green Jelly, Pigmy Love Circus and Carole King.|
|2||Drummer for the metal band Tool.|
|Free Birds||2013||Danny (voice)|
|Jail Bait||2004||Short||Pigmy Love Circus|
|Green Jelly: Cereal Killer||1992||Video||Danny Longlegs / Drummer (song "Electric Harley House (Of Love)")|
|I Pass for Human||2004|
|Free Birds||2013||musician: drums|
|Man of Steel||2013||musician: drum orchestra|
|Guitar Hero World Tour||2008||Video Game writer: "Parabola", "Schism", "Vicarious"|
|Tool: Salival||2000||Video writer: "Hush", "Sober", "Prison Sex", "Stinkfist", "Ænema", "Third Eye" Live, "Part of Me" Live, "Pushit" Live, "Merkaba", "L.A.M.C."|
|Late Night with Seth Meyers||2016||TV Series||Himself - Guest Musician|
|Morgan Agren's Conundrum: A Percussive Misadventure||2013||Documentary||Himself|
|Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage||2010||Documentary||Himself, drummer, Tool|