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Adam Dutkiewicz Net Worth

Adam Dutkiewicz Net Worth

Net Worth: $8 Million

  • Source of Wealth Music
  • Birth Place Westhampton, Massachusetts, United States
  • Marital Status Single
  • Full Name Adam Jonathan Dutkiewicz
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth April 4, 1977
  • Ethnicity Polish
  • Occupation Musician, Record Producer, Songwriter
  • Education Berklee College of Music, Hampshire Regional High School
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About Adam Dutkiewicz

Adam Jonathan Dutkiewicz, famously known as Big Dude is the guitarist of the new age rock band Killswitch Engage. Some people even call him Princess Man. The total value of his wealth stands at $8 million. He is not only a musician, but he also produces albums and works as an engineer for Zing Recording.

Born in Westhampton, Massachusetts, he attended the Hampshire Regional High School and got a degree in audio engineering, production and bass guitar from the Berklee College in Boston. While in college, Adam started playing with the band “Aftershock” with his pal Joel Stroetzel. Later, they joined hands with Jesse Leach and Mike D’Antonio to form “Killswitch Engage”. Till the release of the second album in 2009, he used to hold the position of drummer in the band. However Adam soon switched to the guitars when Tom Gomes joined as the band’s drummer. He has turned producer for the third album that the band will cut. Aside from that, he has been a producer for bands like Parkway Drive, As I Lay Dying, The Agony Scene and some others. He has made his fortune by juggling the hats of producer and musician. However, these are not the only streams he juggles.

Adam Dutkiewicz works as an engineer for the Zing Recording Studios that has been the producer for various artists like Tooth and Nail records and also Solid State Records, which is the heavy metal’s sub division. He has been compared to Ross Robinson, who has been the producer for many new metal bands and has given structure to melodic metals.