Here are all the details of music artist Johnny Stevens's net worth!
Johnny Stevens, the lead vocalist and guitarist of American rock band 'Highly Suspect,' was born on April 10, 1986. Along with two younger twins Rich Meyers and Ryan Meyers, Johnny gave birth to the rock band in 2009. The trio's band was nominated for 58th Annual Grammy Awards in the Best Rock Song category for 'Lydia' and Best Rock Album category for 'Mister Asylum' in 2016.
Watch: Highly Suspect - Lydia [Official Video]
During their early days, the band performed covers in their hometown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, before earning billing at major music festivals like SXSW, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza. After the release of their first album 'First Offence' when Johnny was 23, the whole band moved to Brooklyn, New York. There Highly Suspects released their second album, "The Boy Who Died Wolf."
The American rock band Highly Suspects.
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The guy once a plumber before gaining glory in the musical field quickly rose to fame after his band's nomination in the 58th Grammy Awards, and since then, there's been no looking back. It took a long time for the group to get the recognition that they have now, but clearly, they still have a long way to go. But how much wealth has the lead singer managed to amass till now from his ever-growing musical journey? Let's discuss.
As of 2020, the extremely private personality Johnny Stevens, is estimated to hold a stunning net worth of $4 million.
The lead vocalist of Highly Suspect, Johnny Stevens's net worth is an estimated $4 million.
The number is purely based on speculations, of course, as the singer is yet to give out any official details regarding his fortune. With multiple albums gaining significant positions at the US charts, the band isn't doing so bad for themselves.
The 33 years old - who loves inking tattoos - rakes in most of his assets from the record sales of the Highly Suspect band.
Watch: Highly Suspect - Mister Asylum
The rock band's debut studio album Mister Asylum was released in 2015 and reached #2 on the US Hard Rock chart and well as #7 on the US Rock chart, #9 on the US Digital Chart, and #56 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Highly Suspect released the album The Boy Who Died Wolf in 2016, which reached #1 on the US Alternative chart and #2 on the US Rock and US Hard Rock charts. It also reached #28 on the Billboard 200 and #10 in New Zealand.
Highly Suspect also sells merchandise with their motto MCID.
Highly Suspect's single "Lydia" reached #4 on the US Mainstream Rock chart, and "My Name Is Human" reached #1 on that very chart. The band also sells merchandise with their motto MCID, which stands for My Crew Is Dope and also is the name of the band's latest album.
Highly Suspect's third studio album titled MCID, which is an acronym for My Crew Is Dope, released on November 1, 2019. The album was announced almost three months earlier on August 16, 2019, with the release of two different singles '16' and 'Upperdrugs.'
Watch: Highly Suspect - 16 [Official Audio]
The singles track '16' managed to reach No. 1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Chart. The album consists of 16 different tracks with a total run time of 58 minutes and 19 seconds.