|Celebrated Name:||Steve Albini|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Steve Albini|
|Age:||58 years old|
|Birth Date:||July 22, 1961|
|Birth Place:||Pasadena, California|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Heather Whinna|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||No|
|Is Steve Albini Gay?:||Straight|
|Profession:||Singer-songwriter, musician, music journalist|
|Net Worth in [current date format=’Y’]:||$15 million|
|Last Updated:||[current date format=’F Y’]|
Albini is well known for his outspoken and controversial views on music. He has worked on several thousand albums in his career. While growing up in Montana, he became a fan of bands such as the Ramones, Pere Ubu, Public Image Ltd, and the Stooges. In Chicago, he was active as a writer in local zines, such as Forced Exposure and Matter.
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Early Life & Biography
Albini was born in Pasadena; he is the son of Gina and Frank Addison Albini. His father is a wildlife researcher; he was raised alongside his two siblings. In his youth, the family often moved. They later settled in the college town of Missoula, Montana, in 1971. He is an Italian American part of his family comes from the Piedmont region of Northern Italy.
He had an accident while recovering from a broken leg he began playing bass guitar he participated in bass lessons in high school for one week. At the age of fifth teen years, he was exposed by his school mate to Ramone’s first album. Albini said everything he has done in his music career could be traced back to hearing Ramone’s album.
He is married to Heather Whinna, a film director who worked and lived in Chicago. Steve is slightly deformed in his right leg as a result of a car accident when he was 18years. He is not an avid consumer of media and watches a lot of cat videos on YouTube.
Albini calls himself an atheist; he dislikes pop music. He said pop music is for children. He began a cooking blog, titled Mariobatalivoice. He is an avid poker player he has ranked in 12th place at the 2013 World Series of Poker he won his first WSOP Gold Bracelet, and he beat out Jeff Lisandro to win $105,629.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on July 22, 1961, Steve Albini is 58 years old as of today’s date [current date]. His height is 6ft 1in tall, and his weight is 81 kg.
While he was a student at the UN, he formed Big Black and recorded Lungs; he played all instruments on the Lungs; his friend John Bohnen played saxophone. In 1983 he released on both Ruthless and Fever Records. In 1987 he went on to form the controversially named Rapeman the band consisted of Albini( guitar, vocals) David Wm Sims and Rey Washam (drums).
The band was named after a popular Japanese comic book. The book gained Washam’s and Albini’s interests. The band broke up after they released 7.inch singles. Since the early 1990s, he has been best known as a music recorder; he dislikes the term and prefers to receive no credit.
Albini estimated in 2004 that he had engineered the recording over 1,500 albums. His recordings have been analyzed by writers such as Michael Azerrad is also a musician. In November 2014, while in Australia, he said while the state of the music is healthy, the music industry is in crisis.
Awards & Achievements
Steve Albini has been able to achieve a lot in his career as a musician. He has also helped many people in making music as he is a celebrated music producer who has made a name for himself in the industry.
Net Worth& Salary of Steve Albini in 2020
Albini is an American producer, musician, and journalist. Albini started playing in bands during his teenage around that time. He began recording music; he later engineered his first album. Apart from music, he worked in a photography studio as a retouch photograph artist. His net worth is estimated as $15 million as of July 2020.
His opinion in music, putting producers in charge of recording sessions, often destroys the records, while their work is to solve problems and to capture the sound of the musicians. His influence was English producer John Loder, and he has also praised his peers and his frequent collaborator Bob Weston, as well as Matt Barnhart and Brian Paulson.