Brendon Boyd Urie is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He is well known for the singing lead for Panic! At the Disco. Since 2004, he has been involved in the music business. He was born in St. George, Utah, and when he was just two years old, his family migrated to Las Vegas. When he was a senior in high school, he began taking guitar lessons.
With 273k Facebook followers, 3.1 million Instagram followers, and 1.9 million Twitter followers, Urie is quite well-liked on social media. He is of American origin. His sign is the ram (Aries).
Over his extensive musical career, he has produced several songs and albums, which have helped him achieve success and popularity.
Brendon Urie Personal Life
On April 12, 1987, Grace and Boyd Urie welcomed their youngest and fifth child, Brendon, into the world in St. George, Utah. When he was two years old, his family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada. He was raised a Mormon, but at 17, he decided to renounce his religion. Urie attends Las Vegas’ Palo Verde High School. In his guitar lesson, he met Brent Wilson. They ultimately started the group “Panic! At the Disco.” At first, Ryan Ross served as the band’s main singer, but Urie eventually took over because of his incredible vocal talent.
Sarah Orzechowski and Brendon are a happy couple. One of the love tales was quite interesting. Sarah was dating another man when Brendon first met her. Intimacy between her and Brendon increased after their split.
Brendon and Sarah got married in 2011. On April 27, 2013, they exchanged vows. Their marriage ceremony was a private one.
It’s been six years, but they don’t have any children, and they are comfortable with it. Sarah was once incorrectly reported to be pregnant, but subsequently, it proved that she wasn’t. They are content with where they are and are optimistic about the future.
Brendon Urie Career
From his school days on, Urie had a strong passion for singing. By recording his song Frenzy, he showed his interest. He attended the disco with his friends Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith, and Brent Wilson in 2004. His band is called Panic! at the club.
Ryan earned the position as lead singer for the band when Brendon expressed his love for him. Brendon performed another song in 2005 called A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, selling more than 1.8 million copies.
In the following years, his band performed superbly.
The group released its second album, “Pretty Odd,” in 2008. Despite receiving mixed reviews, it was a big success and peaked at number two on the US Billboard 200 and the UK Albums Chart. Singles from the album were “Mad as Rabbits” and “Northern Downpour.”
Vices and Virtues, the group’s third studio album, was released in 2011; the following year, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die. It was one of his highest-ranking albums when the song first entered the market. There were successes and failures with this band, but 2016 will stand out because of Death Of The Bachelor, which reached number one and has an impressive sales record for the group thus far.
Brendon participates actively in collaborations with rock bands, including Fall Out Boy, The Cab, Butch Walker, Weezer, and others, in addition to his crew.
Additionally, this singer has been featured in music videos by Dillon Francis, Lil Dicky, Travie McCoy, and other musicians.
Brendon Urie’s Net Worth
He is An American singer-songwriter and musician with a $12 million fortune is Brendon Urie.
Brendon Urie Controversy
Brendon was accused of sexual assault in 2020, which led to his latest controversy. Using the Twitter handle @kam02700814, a user described his 2009 meeting with him. He adds that after telling him he was a child, still asked whether he had ever had sex with a man. The Twitter user answered in the negative. Then he confessed to him that he had attempted to have a sexual encounter with one of his bandmates. Then he tried to touch him illegally, which caused the Twitter user to run away.
Breezy Week, a band member’s wife, said she had experienced sexual harassment last year. She claims that the band’s bodyguard Zack Hall harassed her. Urie stayed silent about it despite several people coming together using hashtags on various social media sites.
Several more people contacted Brendon Urie, who had gone through similar things. This time, a Twitter user named @leah62053062 claimed that he had illegally touched her. In 2011, she was given a backstage pass to meet him after a performance. He had praised her for being beautiful. In her response, she stated her age as fifteen. Then he said that he hadn’t meant it that way. But after a brief exchange, he started touching her inappropriately.