Brian Michael Fallon (40) is an American songwriter from New Jersey, USA. Fallon was raised by his wife Deborah, a hospital worker who played in a folk band called The Folk Singers Band in the late 1960s, and his stepfather Gary, who was a factory worker. The 28th. Brian Fallon was born in January 1980 and spent his teenage years in Hackettstown, New Jersey.
Brian Fallon Career data
In his youth, he worked as a construction worker and he moonlighted at a gas station. He attended Hackettstown High School in Warren County, New Jersey, and released his first album, The Coffeehouse Sessions, in 1997 at the age of 17. He distributed about 200 copies of a limited edition demo tape titled No Release.
Between 2001 and 2005, he formed the bands Amping Copper and This Charming Man and released a solo EP (Cincinnati Rail Tie) in 2004, before finding success with his band The Gaslight Anthem, which he formed in 2002. The album Sink or Swim, released in 2006, became an underground hit. The band moved to Los Angeles to record their second album, The ’59 Sound (2008), which brought Fallon and the band international recognition and was named Best Album of 2008 by eMusic. The band released three more albums, American Slang (2010), Handwritten (2012) and Get Hurt (2014), before disbanding in 2015. Although the band split up, they reunited in 2018 for a temporary tour to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The 59 Sound, but they are now on a break again and there are no signs of a comeback.
Fallon is currently part of two bands: The Horrible Crowes, formed in 2011, and Molly and the Zombies, formed in 2013. He also released two solo albums: Painkillers (2016) and Sleepwalkers (2018) in the past decade, as well as a third solo album titled Local Honey, due out in March 2020. He has often been compared to Bruce Springsteen and has been called the true heir to Springsteen in New Jersey. Springsteen sang the Lawn Anthem with his band during two performances at the Glastonbury Festival in England in 2009, which drew attention to Fallon and his former band.
Brian Fallon’s musical style is an acoustic folk-punk-rock mashup, although he describes his music as earth-rock and is still in the process of discovering his true musical style, describing himself as anti-cynic. Fallon’s writing style is reminiscent of Bruce Springsteen, Joe Strummer and Oasis and he sometimes says he doesn’t wait for inspiration, he just gets to work making his music. He plays guitar, harmonica and piano, and also sings with his unique, raspy voice.
History of Dating and Marriage by Brian Fallon
In 2004, Brian Fallon married Holly Levine, sister of Alex Levine, the former Anthem Gaslight bassist. The couple separated a decade later, in 2013. They have a son who is seven years old. According to the musician, breakups inspired the lyrics of his 2014 album Get Hurt. It is also said that the divorce caused anger and embarrassment in the group, leading to the group’s inevitable separation in 2015.
Since then, Fallon has been dating Stacey Vaughan, whom he eventually married, and the couple have a three-year-old daughter. Stacey is British.
Brian Fallon’s Net Assets
Brian Fallon has a net worth of approximately $5 million to $20 million. He owns several cars, including a black Dodge Challenger and a Volkswagen GTO, and currently lives in Point Pleasant, Monmouth County, New Jersey.
Body measurements and Brian Fallon tattoos
He has several tattoos, including a long sleeve tattoo, Eric Clapton’s Bell Bottom Blues lyrics, the You Made Me Cry neck tattoo, and a small anchor tattoo at the base of his neck. He likes Coca-Cola and cigarettes.
He is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs 73 pounds. He has blue eyes and light brown hair, he is Caucasian.
Brian Fallon Religion
He is a Christian, but avoids any reference to his Christian faith in his music, although he has collaborated with other artists and performed gospels. He believes in creationism and is a strong supporter of gay and women’s rights.