Johnny Jewel Net Worth

Johnny Jewel was born on May 31, 1974, is Music Department, Composer, Soundtrack. Johnny Jewel (born John Padgett) is an American record producer, composer, and visual artist. He is a multi-instrumentalist who is known for using all-analog equipment. He has been recording and releasing records since the mid-1990s.Jewel owns and operates his own record label called Italians Do It Better. He is a member of multiple bands on the label, including Glass Candy (along with vocalist Ida No), Chromatics (along with Ruth Radelet, Adam Miller and Nat Walker), Desire (with Megan Louise and Nat Walker), and Symmetry (with Nat Walker). Jewel also occasionally collaborates with artists Farah, Mirage, Twisted Wires and Appaloosa.As a composer, Jewel is widely known for his contributions to the films Bronson (2008) and Drive (2011), as well as the A&E crime drama series Those Who Kill (2014). He also scored actor Ryan Gosling's 2015 directorial debut, Lost River, and Fien Troch's 2016 film Home, for which he won the Georges Delerue Award. Along with Chromatics, his works has been featured in David Lynch's series Twin Peaks, specifically his pieces "Windswept" and "Slow Dreams".In December 2014, Jewel released the 31-minute, seven-movement song "The Other Side of Midnight".
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Music Department, Composer, Soundtrack
Birth Day May 31, 1974
Birth Place American
Age 46 YEARS OLD
Birth name John David Padgett
Also known as John David V
Origin Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Genres Electronic
Occupation(s) Record producer composer bassist keyboardist
Instruments Bass guitar synthesizer keyboards vocals guitar drum machine vocoder programming
Years active 1994–present
Labels Italians Do It Better
Associated acts Glass Candy Chromatics Desire Symmetry

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

2008

As a Composer, Jewel is known for his contributions to the films Bronson (2008) and Drive (2011), as well as the A&E crime drama series Those Who Kill (2014). He also scored actor Ryan Gosling's 2015 directorial debut, Lost River, and Fien Troch's 2016 film Home, for which he won the Georges Delerue Award. Along with Chromatics, his works have appeared in David Lynch's series Twin Peaks, specifically the songs "Windswept", "The Flame" and "Slow Dreams".

2014

To date, Jewel has released three, largely instrumental, albums under his own name The Other Side of Midnight (2014), Windswept (2017) and Digital Rain (2018).