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Chris Carrabba Net Worth

Chris Carrabba Net Worth

Net Worth: $16 Million

Statistics
  • Source of Wealth Music
  • Age 37 years old
  • Birth Place West Hartford, Connecticut, United States
  • Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)
  • Full Name Christopher Andrew Carrabba
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth April 10, 1975
  • Occupation Singer, Guitarist
  • Education William H. Hall High School, Florida Atlantic University
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About Chris Carrabba

Christopher Andrew Carrabba better known by his stage name Chris Carrabba is the lead singer and guitarist of an American band Dashboard Confessionals. He is also the vocalist of an indie rock band Further Seems Forever. He has a net worth of $16 million.

He was born on 10th April 1975 in Westford, Connecticut. At an early age, his parents separated.  When Chris was 16, he along with his mother had to move to Boca Raton, Florida. Carrabba, in his teenage days, was interested in skateboarding, punk rock and he even sang in the high-school choir.

At the age of 15, he got his first guitar which was presented to him by his uncle. After high school Chris joined the Florida Atlantic University to study Education. Carrabba first played with bands like The Vacant Andys and The Agency while he was still in college. While playing for the band “Further Seemed Forever”, he was also teaching at an elementary school.

Dashboard Confessional started with the recording of Drowning with Fiddler Records. Carrabba recorded his first album called The Swiss Army Romance merely for his friends and family. In 2002, Dashboard Confessionals won the MTV2 Awards for their hit single Screaming Infidelities. It was considered to be the dark horse entry then, as it was competing against Norah Jones, Nappy Roots, and Musiq. On August 2010, Further Seems Forever announced that the band is reuniting. In 2011, Chris released a solo album called “Covered in the Flood”, which contained 10 cover versions of hits songs from R.E.M., Big Star, Guy Clark, and The Replacements..