Brian Welch Net Worth

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Brian Welch net worth:
$10 Million

Brian Welch net worth: Brian Welch is an American musician who has a net worth of $10 million. Welch's net worth was gained as a former guitarist and co-founder of rock bands Korn and Love and Death. Formed in the early nineties, Korn became one of the best-selling rock acts: The self-titled debut album sold over 10 million copies worldwide. Their third album, Follow the Leader, is the band's most successful work to date, as over 14 million copies were sold. In addition to this, Korn earned around $25 million from royalties and sold-out concerts alone. After battling a drug addiction in the early noughties, Welch became a Christian and after 12 years with the band he left in 2005 to pursue his solo career. In 2008, he released his Christian-orientated debut album, Save Me From Myself, which received a warm reception from music critics and peaked at number three on the Christianity charts. The album was released under, Driven Music Group, a record label he founded with friends. However in 2011, Welch left the record label, due to legal reasons, and formed a band called Love and Death in February (2012). The band release their debut EP Chemicals in April (2012) and is set to release a full album in 2013.

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Brian Welch Net Worth

Brian Welch

Musician
Date of Birth
Jun 19, 1970
Profession
Musician, Songwriter, Guitarist, Author
Nationality
United States of America
Height
6 ft (1.83 m)
Nicknames
Head, Brian Head Welch, brian_welch, Brian Phillip Welch
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