Patrick Stump vs Andy Hurley

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Singer-songwriter, Musician, Record Producer, Composer
Musician
$15 Thousand
Net worth 2018
$14 Million
Singers
Industry
Musicians
Evanston, Illinois, United States
Residence
Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, United States
United States
Country
United States
27/04/1984
BirthDay
31/05/1980
1.64 m
Height
Glenbrook South High School
Education
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2015

In late 2015, Patrick provided a song for the movie ‘Charming’ titled ‘Trophy Boy’

2013

In 2013, ‘Fall Out Boy’ made an unexpected re-entry with the album ‘Save Rock n Roll’, which again made its way to the top of the Billboard 200 list

2011

Meanwhile, he released his solo EP ‘Truant Wave’ in February 2011

2009

’Fall Out Boy’ temporarily went out of function in late 2009, citing the reasons that almost all the band members were busy in their side projects and it became difficult to maintain a schedule to work together and practice

2008

‘Folie a Deux’ was the band’s next studio effort which hit the markets in December 2008 and although it could not repeat the success of its predecessor, it was a moderate success and debuted on No

2007

In 2007, the band released their third studio album ‘Infinity on High’, which gave the band their first top spot in the Billboard 200

2005

In 2005 came the biggest breakthrough for Fall Out Boy, in the form of their studio album titled ‘From Under the Cork Tree’ which was later certified as double platinum by RIAA

2001

The band was formed in 2001 and released their first venture, which was an extended play titled ‘Evening out with your Girlfriend’ in 2003

1984

Patrick Vaughn Stump was born on 27th April 1984 in Illinois, USA to a folk singer, David Stumph, and an accountant mother, Patricia Stumph

2013

In 2013, Fall Out Boy came with their next studio album titled ‘Save Rock and Roll’ and it was followed with ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’, which later settled on the top spot in the Billboard 200 chart

2012

Later in 2012, Andy joined a straight edge hard rock band named FocusedXminds, and during that time, media speculations were ripe about Fall Out Boy making a comeback and it was said that Andy will leave FocusedXminds when that happens

2009

It was being said that he is unable to handle the new found success the band was having and that, among several other things, led the band to take a break for some time in 2009

2005

The success continued with their next album titled ‘From Under the Cork Tree’, which climbed at the 9th spot in the Billboard 200 chart and the band spent the year 2005 touring around with their new found success

2003

Andy recorded the album ‘Take This To Your Grave’ with the band Fall Out Boy in 2003 to a mega universal success which helped Andy to become one of the hottest drummers around

1996

The year was 1996 and Andy was searching for opportunities to play with some big bands and in the pursuit of his dreams, he became part of several hardcore punk and heavy metal bands such as Killtheslavemaster, Racetraitor, Project Rocket and The Kill Pill

1980

Andy Hurley was born Andrew John Hurley in Wisconsin on 31st May 1980 and lost his father when he was just 5