Marc Brownstein Net Worth
Marc Brownstein Net Worth: Marc Brownstein is an American musician, bassist, and activist who has a net worth of $1 million. Born in 1973 in New York City, New York, Marc Brownstein founded the band The Disco Biscuits. He is the Philly-based group's bassist. The Disco Biscuits have been active since 1995 and have released more than a dozen albums and EPs, including 2001's "They Missed the Perfume", 2002's "Bisco Lives 2: Freedom Boulevard", 2003's "Trance Fusion Radio Broadcast Vol. 1-4", 2004's "Under the Influence: A Jam Band Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd", 2006's "The Wind at Four to Fly", 2009's "On Time", and 2011's "Otherwise Law Abiding Citizens". The band's 2010 album, "Planet Anthem", was their first to chart in the U.S., coming in at number 157 on the Billboard Top 200. The group has also appeared in several films, including 2005's "Camp Bisco IV", 2006's "Jam in the Dam", and 2007's "Progressions". Brownstein has worked with the groups Electron, Conspirator, The Maui Project, The Brain Damaged Eggmen, JM2, Laverneous Cool, Younger Brother, The Join, and Sucker Punch. He hosted a weekly radio show, "Jamtronica", on Sirius Satellite Radio. Brownstein helped create the group HeadCount, which seeks to increase voter registration in the United States, typically by encouraging people to sign up at concerts. Brownstein, who often goes by the nickname Brownie, is married with three children.