David Bryan is a prominent American songwriter and musician who has performed in many studio albums in his music career. He is best known as the keyboard for the rock band Bon Jovi, and he has also helped the team by writing songs and will use them to sing a song as backing vocals. David was indicated in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018 as a Bon Jovi member. David is also known as the writer and co-writer of the lyrics along with Joe DiPietro in the musical Memphis, for which he was named the winner of the Tony Award for Best Original Score.
The Early Years of David Bryan
David Bryan was born under the name David Bryan Rashbaum, in Perth Amboy, New Jersey, the United States of America, on February 7, 1962; he is currently 61 years old. His father’s name is Eddie Rashbaum, and he is a trumpet player. His mother’s name is unknown, and he has not revealed any information about his mother’s name and occupation. He was born and brought up in a Jewish family background. There is no information regarding his siblings; whether he has a sibling or is the only child in his family is unknown. David has been interested in music since childhood, and at seven, he started to learn piano. When he was young, he became a professional keyboard player; he played the keyboard for the band Transition along with bass player Steve Sileo. David spent his early life in Perth Amboy with his family members, and his parents are supportive and encourage him to achieve his dream as a professional singer.
The Educational Background of David Bryan
David studied in the local elementary school in Clara Barton, but the school’s name still needs to be discovered. After that, he joined Herbert Hoover Middle School; while studying in school, he used to play many musical instruments like Viola, Clarinet, trumpet, and violin. Then David joined J.P Stevens High School, where he used to perform music in his school, and also started playing musical instruments with many bands while studying in high school. After graduating high school, he joined Rutgers University to study for his bachelor of arts degree. But later, he dropped out of Rutgers because he decided to join Juilliard. Then he joined Juilliard school and developed his music skills with Emery Hack.
Personal details of David Bryan
Real Name: David Bryan Rashbaum
Profession: Musician, Composer, and Keyboardist,
Celebrity name: David Bryan
Place of Birth: Perth Amboy, New Jersey, the United States of America
Birthday: February 7, 1962
Color of Eyes: Green
Color of Hair: Blonde
Net Worth: $ 120 Million
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Body measurements of David Bryan
Height in cm: 183 cm
Height in Feet: 6 ft. 0 in.
Weight in Kg: 77 kg
Weight in Pound: 170 lbs
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Family details of David Bryan
Mother’s Name: N.A.
Father’s Name: Eddie Rashbaum
Number of Siblings: N.A.
Relationship Status: Married
Children: Gabrielle Luna Rashbaum, Colton Moon Rashbaum, and Tiger Lily Rashbaum
Spouses: April McLean and Lexi Quaas
The Relationship details of David Bryan
David Bryan is a married man who got married to his high school sweetheart, April McLean. After many years of dating, they both married in a ceremony held on August 25, 1990. David and April have two daughters, and their names are Gabrielle Luna Rashbaum and Colton Moon Rashbaum, but their dates of birth are unknown. On April 28, 2000, they both welcomed their third child, a son was born, and his name was Tiger Lilly Rashbaum. Then in 2004, David and April filed for divorce and separated officially, but the reason for the divorce is unknown. After the divorce, David married Lexi Quaas on August 7, 2010, in a ceremony held in Colts Neck, New Jersey.
The Net Worth of David Bryan
David Bryan has a net worth of $ 120 million, earning a major part of his net worth being a successful singer and musician. David is among the highest-paid musicians.
Awards and Achievements of David Bryan
David Bryan has been nominated for many awards in his music career, like the Laurance Olivier Mastercard award as Best New Musical. He was nominated for the Lucile Lortel award as the outstanding Musical Memphis. David has won many awards, more than eight awards which include Tony Awards.
Social media presence of David Bryan
David Bryan is active on social media platforms; on his Instagram account, he has more than 72.5 K followers and will post more pictures and videos in it. His Twitter account has gathered more than 36.9 K followers, and he tweets frequently. David has only fewer followers on Facebook; he has more than 10 million followers.
The Professional Path of David Bryan
David Bryan joined as a band member named Bon Jovi, and he received a recording contract with them and agreed to perform along with the band. David has started to play the keyboard and also started to sing in their studio albums. In 1984, the band released their first album, Bon Jovi, and with the first album, they got more popularity. After the first album’s success, they released the second album named 7800° Fahrenheit in 1985. In 1986, the band released its third studio album, Slippery When Wet, and in 1988, the fourth album New Jersey was released.
In 1991, David and his band released a Compilation album named Hard & Hot, and in 1992, David performed in the Solo named Netherworld soundtrack; the same year band released the album Keep the Faith. David and the band performed in the Compilation albums like Tokyo Road: Best of Bon Jovi, This Left Feels Right, and Greatest Hits. In 2001, the band members performed in the live album named One Wild Night Live. David performed in studio albums like Have a Nice Day, Lost Highway, The Circle, What About Now, This House is Not for Sale, 2020, and many others.