Cliff Burton vs Geddy Lee

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Bass Guitarist for the American heavy metal band Metallica.
Net worth 2018
$40 Million
Musicians
Industry
Musicians
Castro Valley, California, United States
Residence
Toronto
United States
Country
Canadian
10/02/1962
BirthDay
29/07/1953
September 27, 1986
Died On
Height
1.78 m
Education
Willowdale Junior High School
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
1986

In 1986, the Metallica band toured around Europe to promote their third album, “Master of Puppets

1984

”In 1984, Metallica released their second album, "Ride The Lightning," where Burton wrote six songs

1983

In 1983, the band released their first album “Kill ‘Em All” that featured Burton’s solo single, “Pulling Teeth

1982

In 1982, he joined “Trauma” a local band and recorded the song “Such a Shame

1981

In 1981 their band was successful to enter the "Battle of the Bands" contest

1980

In 1980, he graduated from Castro Valley High School with deep knowledge in music theory

2013

In 2013, he made a brief appearance on the famous American sitcom, ‘How I Met Your Mother’ and played himself on the eighth season episode of ‘P

2004

In 2004, he appeared on ‘Jweekly’, a Jewish magazine, for which he recounted his parents’ experiences at the concentration camps and also talked about his Jewish heritage

2000

In 2000, he released his debut solo album, ‘My Favorite Headache’ that reached the number 52 position on the ‘Billboard 200’

1999

In 1999, he recorded a rock version of ‘O Canada’ as an accompanying soundtrack for the film, ‘South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut’

1993

A devoted baseball fan, he sang the Canadian National Anthem, ‘O Canada’ at the 1993 Major League Baseball All Star Game

1982

In 1982, he ventured into production and produced the album, ‘We Are the World’, for the humanitarian association, ‘USA for Africa’

1981

His 1981 hit single, ‘Take Off’ for the Canadian comedy album, ‘The Great White North’, received a Grammy nomination, sold one million copies in North America, earned a triple platinum certification and was placed at the number one position in Canadian music charts

1973

In 1973, he released ‘You Can’t Fight It’, along with drummer John Rutsey, as part of ‘Rush’s’ first single, ‘Not Fade Away’

1968

In 1968, Geddy Lee became the lead vocalist of the Canadian rock band, ‘Rush’, formed in the Willowdale neighbourhood of Toronto, Canada