Johnny Gioeli

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Johnny Gioeli was born on 5 October, 1967 in American, is an American musician. Discover Johnny Gioeli’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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OccupationSinger,record producer,composer,songwriter
Age53 years old
Zodiac SignLibra
Born5 October 1967
Birthday5 October
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NationalityAmerican

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Johnny Gioeli Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Johnny Gioeli worth at the age of 53 years old? Johnny Gioeli’s income source is mostly from being a successful Singer. He is from American. We have estimated Johnny Gioeli’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Johnny Gioeli

2019

In 2018, Sega announced a new Sonic racing game titled Team Sonic Racing which features a new Crush 40 song called “Green Light Ride”, which serves as the game’s main theme. The game was released on May 21, 2019. In a recent interview, Johnny has stated that a second Crush 40 “Best of” album is currently in the works and will be known as “Driving Through Forever: The Ultimate Crush 40 Collection”, which was released on July 24, 2019. The album contains a brand new song called “Call Me Crazy”.

2018

He also participated in Michael Voss’s compilation album titled Voices Of Rock – MMVII, released the 07.20.2007 on which he performed the song “Phoenix Rising”. In 1994, Gioeli also collaborated with musician Doug Aldrich, who had performed live as a guest guitarist for Brunette, and performed the vocals for the song “Face Down” featured on Aldrich’s Highcentered album, later included again on Aldrich’s 2002 album Alter Ego. Gioeli released his first solo album, entitled One Voice which was released through PledgeMusic on December 7, 2018.

2010

In 2010, Gioeli performed with Jun Senoue as Crush 40 at the 2010 Summer of Sonic convention in London on August 7, 2010. It was Crush 40’s first full-length performance and their first performance outside Japan. In that same year, they recorded a cover of “Free”, the main theme of Sonic Free Riders, as a bonus track in the game’s official soundtrack. In 2011, the band performed at Sonic Boom to celebrate Sonic’s 20th anniversary. In addition to this, they also performed in Tokyo at Guilty stage, of which many concert videos were produced In 2012, the band performed at two conventions. The first one is at the Summer of Sonic in Brighton and at the Sonic Boom in San Diego during the Comic Con. The band has released their first live album on October 3, 2012 entitled Live!, which featured songs from their concerts in Tokyo back in March. In 2013, the band performed in St. Louis for the Sonic Boom 2013 event. In 2015, the band released 2 Nights 2 Remember featuring four brand new songs and thirteen songs from their 2N2R live tour in 2014. They appeared in 2016 at the House of Blues in San Diego to play several tracks for the 25th anniversary of the Sonic series. In 2017 and 2018, Johnny performed solo at TooManyGames.

2009

After considerable success of their debut CD, Double Eclipse, the band was dissolved for ten years during which Johnny and his brother followed a career in internet business. After he met with further success in Axel Rudi Pell’s band, Johnny and his band Hardline returned with a new lineup to release their second album entitled II, released in 2002, followed by the live CD/DVD in 2003, named Live at the Gods Festival 2002. Their third album, Leaving the End Open, was released April 17, 2009. [1] On December 22, 2011, Gioeli confirmed, via Frontiers Records official site, that he and Italian producer and keyboard player Alessandro Del Vecchio would release Hardline’s fourth studio album Danger Zone on May 18, 2012, yet again with a new lineup. On October 14, 2016, Hardline’s fifth studio album, Human Nature, was released. In 2019, Johnny officially announced Hardline’s 6th album, “Life”, which will be released in April. This will be the first Hardline album featuring a cover song that being Queen’s “Who Wants to Live Forever?” a personal favorite of Johnny’s.

In 2009, a new Crush 40 album was released entitled: The Best of Crush 40 – Super Sonic Songs. This compilation album contains most of the band’s Sonic the Hedgehog releases as well as a mixture of old tracks from the NASCAR Arcade game and some brand new songs including a cover of “Un-Gravitify”, the main theme of Sonic Riders: Zero Gravity, a cover of the Cult’s “Fire Woman”, and an original ballad entitled “Is It You”. The album also contains remixed tracks of Open Your Heart, I Am…All of Me, His World, and Knight of the Wind respectively.

2008

Gioeli provided his vocals on the soundtrack to the game Sonic and the Black Knight on the tracks “Fight the Knight” and “Through the Fire”. In October 2008, Gioeli and Senoue took the stage at the Tokyo Game Show to perform some of their most popular Sonic-based songs in front of a live audience for the first time. Gioeli and Senoue have since created a YouTube account and uploaded video footage of the event.

2000

In addition to being a vocalist for two bands, he has also been working with video game composer and musician Jun Senoue and has delivered his vocals in the Sons Of Angels CD; Thrill of the Feel, released in 2000. The band has since changed their name to Crush 40. They have written and performed several songs from the Sonic the Hedgehog series produced by Sega and Sonic Team, such as the theme tune “Sonic Heroes” from the game of the same name, a bright, melodic song and in contrast to “What I’m Made Of…”, a distinctly dark, energetic hard rock song for the final battle against Metal Sonic Overlord. He was also the vocalist for the songs “Open Your Heart”, the main theme of Sonic Adventure, “Live and Learn”, the main theme of Sonic Adventure 2, “I Am… All of Me”, the main theme of Shadow the Hedgehog, the ending theme “Never Turn Back”, a cover of the band Magna-Fi’s “All Hail Shadow”, for the ending theme of Shadow’s story in Sonic the Hedgehog 2006, and “Knight of the Wind”, the main theme of Sonic and the Black Knight as well as the ending theme “Live Life”. Additionally, Gioeli has worked with Senoue to produce a cover of Steve Conte’s “Seven Rings in Hand”, which was featured exclusively on the Japan-only release True Blue: The Best of Sonic the Hedgehog. He also wrote the chorus for the Sonic the Hedgehog theme song “His World” and recorded a version of the song with Crush 40 (featured as a bonus track on the game’s official soundtrack).

1991

Re-locating to Hollywood, Killerhit hooked up with bandmate and guitarist Christopher Paul’s friend Poison’s Bret Michaels. The singer gave them his former publicist Debra Rosner’s number who instantly became the band’s manager. Realizing the need for a front man, Johnny vacated the drum stool for center stage, Las Vegas native Darek Thomas Cava taking his place behind the drum kit. Soon after, the band realized there was not a single blonde among them, and changed their name to the more appropriate Brunette. The band broke The Doors and Van Halen’s single-weekend attendance records on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood CA. Their sensation soon brought attention and admiration to the recording industry. They were courted by top record executives for months. The band had built a loyal worldwide fan base. Differences began to develop in the Brunette camp before a recording deal could be secured, and the band decided to call it quits in 1991. Gioeli then started working with his brother Joey on songs for an album they were going to call Brothers. However, Neal Schon, Journey’s guitarist (who was dating their sister at the time) met with them and asked if he could play with them, and they agreed. Then, in 1992, they released their first effort, entitled Double Eclipse, and called themselves Hardline, which was moderately successful but not enough to get into the mainstream, especially considering its post-Nirvana release. After this they began writing songs for a second album but once again called it quits while recording the songs due to troubles with their manager and Neal Schon. Johnny had all but disappeared from the music scene until, in 1998, German guitarist Axel Rudi Pell found himself in need of a vocalist after the departure of Jeff Scott Soto. Axel had admired Johnny for a long time, stating he always thought Johnny’s vocals would go well with his music. Axel eventually found means of contacting Johnny and flew him to Germany to record vocals for his Oceans of Time CD, which up to date has been considered as one of the best Axel Rudi Pell albums. He is now the permanent lead vocalist of the band and shows no signs of leaving.

1980

Gioeli’s musical career began in the early 1980s after forming the band Phaze with his older brother, Joey. The band underwent reform and he started drumming with the band Killerhit in 1983 at the age of 16. Sharing vocal duties with Joey the four-piece act hit the East Coast club circuit with an enormous amount of success, earning enough by 1987 to purchase their own lighting rig, truck and tour bus (purchased from Jimmy Buffett’s Guitar player in Memphis).