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Brendon Urie is known as an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He is famous for being the lead vocalist of Panic! at the Disco.

Background and Age

Brendon Boyd Urie was born on April 12, 1987 in St. George, UT. He was born to guardians, Grace and Boyd Urie. He experienced childhood in a Mormon family. Brendon was constantly captivated by music. He grew up with a passion and energy for music and singing. Urie went to Palo Verde High School.

Married, Wife and Kids

Brendon Urie is a happily married man. In spite of the fact that he has loads of female admirers, he completely loves and respects his significant other. He is married to Sarah Orzechowski. The couple got engaged in September 2011. Following two or three years of engagement, the lovebirds got married on April 27, 2013.

He initially met Sarah when she was in a relationship with another person. Sarah was single when they again met each other later on another one of Urie's shows. He later expressed that he wrote Sarah Smiles from the Vices and Virtues album collection in an attempt to intrigue her. He has labeled himself as pansexual and confirmed that he has tested his sexuality with men.

Career and Net Worth

Brendon started his music career in his high school days. He alongside his beloved companions Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith, and Brent Wilson shaped "Panic! at the Disco" in 2004. They were still in high school when they recorded their demo. Brendon supplanted Ross as the lead singer of the band and they released the introduction studio album collection in 2005. The collection was named, "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out". Their lead single became huge when it sold over 1.8 million copies.

A while later, he alongside his band released 3 additional album collections, "Pretty Odd”, “Vices & Virtues”, and “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!”. After all the band members left individually, he became the main unique member left in the band. He released the fifth album collection all alone named, "Death of a Bachelor" in 2016. He still tours under the name, "Panic! at the Disco" with the touring members.

Urie launched the Highest Hopes Foundation in June 2018. The establishment underpins other non-profit associations that promote human rights and bolster networks that are frequently victimized. Urie gave $1 million to start off the establishment. He likewise contributed $1 from the acquisition of each US ticket for the Pray for the Wicked Tour to the establishment.

In November 2019, at the 2019 American Music Awards, Panic! at the Disco was nominated for the Favorite Duo or Group in the Pop/Rock Category Award but lost to the K-pop boy band, BTS.

Date modified: Jun 21, 2020
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