Dallon Weekes


Dallon Weekes was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States on May 4th, 1981 and is the Bassist. At the age of 43, Dallon Weekes biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Dallon James Weekes, Dallon
Date of Birth
May 4, 1981
United States
Place of Birth
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
43 years old
Zodiac Sign
$4 Million
Bass-guitarist, Record Producer, Singer, Singer-songwriter, Songwriter, Vocalist
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Dallon Weekes Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 43 years old, Dallon Weekes has this physical status:

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Dallon Weekes Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Clearfield High School, Weber State University
Dallon Weekes Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Breezy Weekes
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Breezy Weekes (2005-Present)
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He has 1 older sibling and 2 younger siblings.
Dallon Weekes Life

Dallon James Weekes (born May 4, 1981) is an American singer, songwriter, guitarist, and record producer.

He is best known as a member of Panic!

Served in the Disco from 2009 to 2017, including as a bassist, keyboardist, backing vocalist, and songwriter.

He served as the lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist for the power pop band and then solo musical project The Brobecks.

Weekes is now the lead vocalist and bassist for the rock band I Don't Know How But They Found Me.

Early life

Weekes was born in Verona, Missouri, near a large Amish population. He was the second of four children and was raised in a Mormon family in Clearfield, Utah, where his parents moved right after he was born. Weeks at Clearfield High School, where he met the majority of his former Brobecks bandmates. Weekes served as a full-time Mormon Missionary in Oklahoma for two years after graduating with honors in 1999. He briefly attended Weber State University before dropping out to pursue music full time.

Personal life

Breezy Douglas, Weekes' wife of more than a year, married him on March 18, 2006. They have two children; daughter Amelie Weekes was born June 1, 2008 (named after the 2001 French film Amélie); and son, Knox Oliver Weekes, was born on June 23, 2010. Weekes is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


Dallon Weekes Career

Music career

Weeks after he returned to Utah after living in Oklahoma for two years, the band began as a weekend pastime. The company's name was inspired by a person from Dallon's school days. Weekes, photographer/producer Matt Glass, and another friend from high school made up the original line-up. Following a few years of recording basement demos, touring, and line-up changes, the band was offered a Drive-Thru Records imprint, and Weekes was given solo recording deals by Sony BMG, Interscope Records, and a smaller independent label if he wanted to drop his bandmates. Weeks have declined.

The Brobecks welcomed bands such as Fall Out Boy, Phantom Planet, Ben Kweller, and The Bravery. Despite all the brand's attention and album success for an indie band, the band remained unsigned and dissigned.

Weekes launched the Quiet Title EP on his Bandcamp page for The Brobecks in late 2012, as well as the ability to buy a physical copy of the Violent Things Reissue CD. The Quiet Title EP features two songs, "Anyone I Know" and "Cluster Hug," both featuring Ian Crawford on guitar and Matt Glass, a former Brobecks drummer. In an interview with Salt Lake City's X96 radio station in November 2012, Weekes said that these songs were recorded during Panic's fourth studio album's songwriting and recording process, but that they did not correspond with their new record.

Weekes and Ian Crawford were hired to replace Ross and Walker for Panic after Ryan Ross and Jon Walker's departure in 2009. The Disco is on a temporary, touring basis for their second studio album Pretty. Odd. (2008). When touring with the band in China in mid-2010, Weekes' 'touring only' status changed. He had been asked by Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith to join them indefinitely at the time. However, his permanent membership in the band didn't exist until Weekes revealed it on Twitter in mid-2012 as a full-time member.

During his time as Panic's highest official member. Weekes, who was in charge of the conceptualization of the band's third studio album, Vices & Virtues (2011), was also featured on the album cover, masked and standing in the background behind Smith and Urie. On the band's fourth studio album, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! He was credited with writing all but two songs. (2013). At the 2015 Alternative Press Music Awards, Weekes was also recognized for Best Bassist. Weekes' status had changed to that of a touring artist again during the band's fifth studio album Death of a Bachelor. Weekes resigned from the band's official line-up on Twitter in October 2015, saying he was "not contributing creatively anymore."

Dallon announced he was leaving Panic!

On December 27, 2017, the Disco appeared at the Disco. He shared this news on Instagram.

Weekes had been writing and recording songs while on the road with Panic, starting as a solo effort. I was with the Disco for many years. Ryan Seaman, a former Brobecks bandmate, performed drums on the record, prompting Weekes to suggest it as a pair under the name I Don't Know How But They Found Me.

In late 2016, Weekes and Seaman began doing small shows but kept it private. On December 6, 2016, they attended Emo Nite Los Angeles' two-year anniversary celebration. Different outlets covered a "new side project" by Weekes and Seaman and announced the band name after the show. Even when confronted with photos and videos from the shows, Weekes and Seaman denied the entire program for months. Weeks later, the weeks emphasized that they did not want to profit from both his and Seaman's name recognition and their association with the well-known bands in which they appeared. In August 2018, they announced their signing to Fearless Records. 1981 Extended Play, the band's debut EP, was released in November 2018. On November 15, 2019, the band released a Christmas EP, Christmas Drag. Razzmatazz, the band's debut album, was released on October 23, 2020.

Weekes published a free online download of "Skid Row," a song from the film/play Little Shop of Horrors starring Brendon Urie of Panic, in September 2010. Matt Glass and Ian Crawford, Panic's touring guitarist, performer, were at the Disco on Saturday. Former member of such bands as The Cab and Stamps appeared at the Disco from 2009 to 2012.

Weekes of Christmas 2014 featured former Brobecks and Falling In Reverse drummer Ryan Seaman, as well as backing vocals performed by Twenty One Pilots singer Tyler Joseph. Joseph's entire verse was originally included in the album, but it was later decided not to exist due to Joseph's name.

Weekes launched "TWOMINCVRS," where he self-releases covers of "lesser-known" songs with a length of two minutes or less on his personal YouTube channel in October 2015. On November 25, Weekes debuted his second Christmas single, "Please Don't Jump (It's Christmas), as well as Seaman's playing drums.


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