Patrick Stump Biography
(Singer-songwriter, Musician, Record Producer, Composer)
Birthday: April 27, 1984 (Taurus)
Born In: Evanston, Illinois, United States
Patrick Vaughn Stump is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, music critic and actor providing vocals for his band ‘Fall Out Boy’. He is also a pianist, vocalist, rhythm guitarist and composer. The multi-talented boy from Illinois has stapled his name as one of the contemporary America’s best artists. He also works solo and his music has been described as being ‘Funky and R&B infused’. He has been also awarded with the ace magazine Billboard’s ‘one of the best voices in punk’ tag. His band’s four singles have managed to reach the top spot in the Billboard 200 charts and their studio album ‘Infinity on High’ was the first one to take a hold of the position, two more of their albums followed the suite and turned up on the first spot of the most followed American music chart, the Billboard 200. Patrick has worked often with several artists in collaboration and has produced albums for others as well. Some internal problems in the ‘Fall Out Boy’ forced him to leave the band for quite some time and in that time, he released a solo album ‘Soul Punk’, an extend play titled ‘Truant Wave’ and went out on a US and Europe tour to promote the EP, which eventually was liked by people. Stump rejoined ‘Fall Out Boy’ and has released two more albums until now.