Patrick Stump

Rock Singer

Patrick Stump was born in Glenview, Illinois, United States on April 27th, 1984 and is the Rock Singer. At the age of 39, Patrick Stump biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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Other Names / Nick Names
Patrick Martin Stumph, Patrick Stump, Stumpy, Lunchbox, Rickster, Harles, Trick
Date of Birth
April 27, 1984
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Glenview, Illinois, United States
Age
39 years old
Zodiac Sign
Taurus
Networth
$16 Million
Profession
Actor, Composer, Guitarist, Lyricist, Musician, Record Producer, Singer, Songwriter
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Patrick Stump Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 39 years old, Patrick Stump has this physical status:

Height
164cm
Weight
65kg
Hair Color
Blonde (Natural)
Eye Color
Hazel
Build
Average
Measurements
Not Available
Patrick Stump Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Religion
Not Available
Hobbies
Not Available
Education
Glenbrook South High School
Patrick Stump Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Spouse(s)
Elisa Yao
Children
2
Dating / Affair
Elisa Yao (2012-Present)
Parents
David Stumph, Patricia Vaughn
Siblings
Kevin Stumph (Older Brother) (Professional Violinist), Megan Stumph (Younger Sister)
Other Family
Clarence R. Schultz (Paternal Grandfather), Helen L. Stumph (Paternal Grandmother)
Patrick Stump Career

Career

Joe Trohman, the founding guitarist of Fallout Boy, met Stump over a common musical curiosity and introduced Stump to bassist Pete Wentz. Stump became the band's lead singer and guitarist after first auditioning as the drummer. In recording sessions and live shows, Trohman and Stump switch between lead and rhythm guitar, but Stump insists he is more a rhythm guitarist due to his drumming experience. He is the lead singer, guitarist, and primary composer for the band, with bassist Pete Wentz taking the lead vocalist, guitarist, and primary composer. On Uprising Records, the band's first mini-LP, Fall Out Boy's Evening Out with Your Girlfriend, was released in March 2003. On May 6, 2003, Ramen released Take This to Your Grave, their first full-length album. Stump decided to eliminate mispronunciations in his surname this year.

Stump and his friends went on to sign with Island Records, releasing the acoustic-based EP My Heart Will Always Be the B-Side to My Tongue CD and DVD in 2004 to please fans as the group released their first major label debut. The EP debuted at No. 1 on the charts. The Billboard 200, Fall Out Boy's first appearance on the chart, page 153 (note that next week will be at No. 153). 9 with From Under the Cork Tree (Cork Tree). It also topped No. 1 in the rankings. 5 on the Billboard Heatseeker Albums and No. No. Billboard's Independent Albums ranked ten on the Billboard Top 10 Chart. From Under the Cork Tree, the band's third studio album, was released on May 3, 2005, the band's mainstream breakthrough. The RIAA has since rated it as a double platinum, with a total of more than $2.5 million. It was launched and peaked at No. 1 on the charts, and it reached its high point at No. 1. The band's first top-ten hits on the Billboard 200, placing them at number 9 on the Billboard 200. "Sugar, We're Goin Down" was the top-chart lead single, achieving No. On Pop and Alternative radio, 8 on the Hot 100 earned a lot of airplay rotation. "Dance, Dance," the album's second single, also enjoyed mainstream success, peaking at No. 10. On the Hot 100, 9 is the top ten hits for Fall Out Boy's second top-10 hit. It has received various awards and been named platinum. The band appeared on several occasions in 2005 and 2006 in favor of From Under the Cork Tree, including the Warped Tour, the Nintendo Fusion Tour, and the Black Cloud And Underdogs tour, as well as playing a minor show under the name Saved Latin at a small venue. In 2005, Fall Out Boy was nominated for the Best New Artist Grammy Award.

Infinity on High, Fall Out Boy's third studio effort, was released in 2007 with a huge chart success. It debuted at No. 4 in the United States and debuted at No. 81. With 260,000 followers, the company's first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart became the company's first No. 1 on the site, surpassing the group's first No. 1. 1 album and second top ten debut. It debuted in the top five worldwide on several Billboard charts and charts. The lead single, "This Ain't a Scene, It's a Race," led to Infinity's inception. 2. "Thnks fr th Mmrs," the album's second single, debuted at No. 2. 11. Fall Out Boy performed around the country all year in support of the cause, with arena shows in the United States.

Folie à Deux was first published on December 10, 2008. Its revenues were less than stellar in comparison to Infinity On High, but the band's third straight top ten album debuted and peaking at No. 10, with three of them debuting and peaking at No. 82. With 150,000 first-week sales, 8 on the Billboard 200 has risen to 8 on the Billboard 200. "I Don't Care" the lead single, which debuted at No. 1 on the charts. On the Hot 100, 21 people were ranked 21 and went platinum. In 2009, the band opened Blink-182's reunion tour. Believers Never Die – Greatest Hits – Debutees Later this year, they released all of their previous single hits, two new songs, including the single "Alpha Dog," and two rarities. The band members embarked on indefinite break to "decompress" in late 2009, with Stump going solo, Trohman and Hurley forming the experimental band Black Cards and Wentz beginning with a loosening of extreme metal supergroup The Damned Things.

Fall Out Boy announced their return on February 4, 2013. Save Rock and Roll, a new song that reads "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark" from the band's 2012 album "Save Rock and Roll," a new song that reads "Light Em Up"), and dates for a new tour. On the evening of February 4 in Chicago, the band appeared on their first show in over three years. Save Rock and Roll's peak at No. 1 in the country's top-notch category. In its first week, the band's fourth consecutive top ten album appeared on the Billboard 200, selling 154,000 copies. Stump's Fall Out Boy Tours tour extensively through 2013 and 2014, with bands such as Paramore on the Monumentour performing. They released PAX AM Days, a new EP that they recorded in a two-day session with producer Ryan Adams in October 2013.

American Beauty/American Psycho was the band's third Billboard 200 No. 1 song on the band's third Billboard 200 tops since its sixth studio album American Beauty/American Psycho was released. With 192,000 first week sales and 218,000 equivalent album units, 1 album made its debut this week. The album was preceded by triple Platinum top ten single "Centuries." On April 14, 2014, "Uma Thurman" was introduced to mainstream radio and he ranked 22nd on the 'Billboard' Top 100' and was ranked Platinum in August 2015.

The lead single on Fall Out Boy's seventh studio album, "Young and Menace," was released in April 2017. Mania's seventh album was officially announced on January 19, 2018 and debuted on the Billboard 200 for the third time and fourth time overall, making it the band's third straight and fourth chart-topping debut.

Lake Effect Kid, the band's eighth album, was released on August 23, 2018. The EP includes a new version of a demo with the same name from the band's 2008 mixtape, CitizensFOB Mixtape: Welcome to the New Administration.

In September 2018, Fall Out Boy headlined Wrigley Field in Chicago, the band's hometown, Chicago, marking a major development in the band's history as their first headline show at a stadium.

Fall Out Boy's second Grammy Award for Best Rock Album for MANIA was announced on December 7, 2018.

Stump revealed in January 2010 that he was working on a self-written, performed and produced solo album. Later that year, he leaked the name Soul Punk, which was eventually published on October 18, 2011.

Stump claimed that he named the album Soul Punk because he wanted to contribute to both's musical vernacular. "I'm just as pissed off as I was screaming in punk bands, but I feel like I'm directing it into something hopeful and centered around love." He made a video on his website demonstrating him on various instruments, beginning with drum kit and adding synthesizer, cowbell, electric guitar, and bass among other things. At his debut solo performance at SXSW 2010 in Austin, Texas, he performed new songs, including "As Long As I Know I'm Paid" and "Love, Selfish Love," both of which may have appeared on his solo album, Truant Wave, but have since been released as part of his solo debut album, Truant Wave.

Stump's debut song, "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia)), and the other "Spotlight (New Regts)" were released on his website on November 29, 2010. After months of nagging to decide which version he liked better, Stump said he wanted to have on the album and asked his followers to vote on a poll for the version they liked better and wanted to have. The polls were closed leaning toward "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia)," but Stump's debut EP, "Spotlight (New Regts)" on Soul Punk and "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia)" has since been included, though Stump has since claimed that the votes were too close and that "total Nostalgia) was not necessary," he said, constructing Truant Wave around it, while still Stugia) on his voted "Spotlight (Now Open Regency (Oh Nostalgia)" on Soul Punkia)" on Trument's on Truant Wave), "Spotlight (New Reggia)" on Soul Punk)" has hehehehehe Embedia)" on Truant Wave (Oh Nostalgia) "Ia) "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia) "Spotlight (Now) "Hea) "Now" on Truant Wave (Oh Nostalgia) "Now, "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia) "" on Soul Punkia), but not to "IA (Soundia)" on his debuting "Oh Nostalgia (New Reggia) on his a (Yes, "IA) "On Soul Punk (IA) "Ra" on "New Reggia) "Gia)" was based on "Mo" was based on "Spotlight (New Regults, "Oh Nostalgia) "Oh Nostalgia (Now)" was added "Soundia) "Spotlight (New Reggia) "Mo" was "Mo" on his first EP, "Yes, but "Spotlight" was Embe, "Spotlight (Reform" was based on Soul Punkia) "But he Embe" on Soul Punkia (Sounda)" on Soul Punk, "Begia (Soundismia) "Beca) "Oh Nostalgia)" was Embed" on Truant Wave, "Humand" on Soul Punk (Irhe later on its First, "You" on "Behon, "Soundia) "Spotlight (New Reggia) "Oh Nostalgia (New Regultspotlight (Oh Nostalgia) "Spotlight (New Regultspur" on Soul Punk, "New Reggia (Yes, "Oh Nostalgia) "Oh Nostalgia), "New Regult, Ange "New Regultspotlight (New Regults, -Gia)" vation (Oh Nostalgia)" on Soul Punk, "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia) "Spotlight (Now On his "Oh Nostalgia) "Spotlight (New Reggia) "Spotlight (Yes, but "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia)" has sincerex, but "Fa) "Spotlight (Youngia) "Spotlight (Good Reggia) "Spotlight (New Regultspotlight (Now) "A) "Mo" has been built Truant Wave (Young) "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia) "Mo" has Bahnh, -Tutspotlight (Now'spotlight (Oh Nostalgia) has been, "Unia)" has been on Soul Punk (Young) "Toucho) "Spotlight (Yes, "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia) "Spotlight (Oh Nostalgia) "Spotlight (New Reggia) "" has sincerex, but based on Truant Wave, "Spotlight (Respect" has sincere, "" has been Stupid (Oh Nostalgia) "Spotlight (Ha)" has been a) "Spotlight (Young)" has been a) "Spotlight (New Reggia) "Spotlight (Ha)" has been Stud, but Stud" has since "Love, -Bea) "Spotlight (New Reggia) on

On February 22, 2011, he released Truant Wave, his first EP of his solo career, digitally through his own record label, Nervous Breakdance Media. The EP featured songs Stump "felt strongly about but didn't have room for within Soul Punk"'s story, as well as Alph-A-Bit, Om'mas Keith of Sa-Ra, David-Andrew "D.A." Driis and Chester French Wallach were among the visitors.

Stump performed "Saturday Night Again" on the album on April 6, 2011.

With a link that led to a video of a bomb blast, a month later, on May 6, 2011, he updated his website and also posted on Facebook and Twitter, announcing "I feel like I'm going to explode 5.9.11." The phrase "I feel like I'm going to explode" came from his album "Explode," which Stump performed live on his radio show and ended up on Soul Punk. On May 9, 2011, "Explode" was released. The song is "largely indebted to Michael Jackson," according to NyMag.com, "this is good news for FOB followers but not necessarily like Stump's old band." "Soul Punk: coming late Summer" was the song's video caption. "Today" was Stump's word on Facebook and Twitter on June 27, 2011. Stump released a remix of a Soul Punk song "This City," starring rapper Lupe Fiasco, the next day (the Tuesday he was referring to). The remix debuted on July 26, the album's first single to iTunes.

Stump appeared in twelve small shows around the country in favor of Soul Punk and Truant Wave. He toured Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The tour began in Chicago on April 3, 2011 and ended in California on April 15. It was his first tour as a solo artist. In London (2 dates) and Cologne, shows were also scheduled; Paris and Cologne were also scheduled. Matt Rubano (formerly of Taking Back Sunday), guitarist Michael Day, keyboardist/saxophonist Casey Benjamin (who has performed with Mos Def and Q-Tip), and drummer Skoota Warner are among his five-piece backing band members. At Joe's Pub, Janice Cruz Brooks' singing background vocals for the New York City shows. He performed in a sleek black tuxedo, white moon boots, and fingerless leather gloves, as well as on certain songs on which he played the electric guitar. His setlist varied from show to show, and the premiered new songs "Explode," "Cryptozology," "Cryptozoology," "Everybody Wants Somebody" and "Everybody Wants Somebody" were among Soul Punk's "Explode," "Allie," "Cryptozoology," and "Everybody Wants Somebody" were among Soul Punk tracks that turned out to be Soul Punk tracks. "Cupid's Chokehold" by Gym Class Heroes, "All the Lights" by Kanye West, "Me and Mrs. Jones," by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, and "Nothing Compares 2 U" by Prince. He appeared on Truant Wave as well as "Spotlight (New Regts)" which he also released as a 7" vinyl.

Stump opened Bruno Mars and Janelle Monáe's "Hooligans In Wondaland Tour" for four shows in May 2011. On August 3, 2011, he began his second full-length headline tour. He appeared at the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan on July 30 prior to that. He appeared in Chicago at Lollapalooza as part of his US tour. Panic's patron, John Kerry, has confirmed a month of US fall tours. Beginning on October 9, the Disco will be located in the Disco. He headlined the Metro in Chicago after the tour. He has appeared on several radio shows as a guest. Good Morning New Orleans, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and Hoppus on Music are among his television appearances.

Stump predicted that he would stop producing in a blog post in February 2012 after being banned from the internet. He said that the constant criticism he has received from Soul Punk and Fall Out Boy's latest collection, Folie à Deux, was like "some tremendous cosmic sign that says I should disappear" and that, although he was eager to hear that people who ostensibly supported something he was not interested in, would turn into "haters" and damage his reputation and stifle his appearance. "It's tempting to say that I will never play/tour/record again," he continued, "I suspect it's likely that this is just pent up poor-me emotional skepticism."

On May 20, he returned to blog to share an explanation of his lack of updates and his musical career. "I will never stop listening to music again," Confirming that he will tour to help Soul Punk in the future. In the first six months of going silent, he has taken acting lessons, co-written, and collaborated with other musicians. These collaborations include: Escape The Fate, Kat Graham, Amountboyz, The King Blues, All Time Low, Before You Exit, and Yellowcard.

Soul Punk has sold 23,000 copies in the United States as of February 2013.

When asked if another solo album would be released on November 30, 2014, Stump replied, "There's hope but it will be a minute."

Stump received the Best Vocalist at the 2016 Alternative Press Music Awards for his role in Fall Out Boy on July 18, 2016.

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Rockers of iconic 2000s punk band look unrecognisable as they appear on Australian television - but can you guess who they are?

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 1, 2023
On Thursday, Iconic rock stars from the early 2000s appeared unrecognizable on Australian television. The two musicians rose to fame as part of a well-known four-piece American rock band. The band members discussed being the pin-up boys of the 'emo revolution' during an appearance on Channel Ten's The Project.'

Boy Embrace Their Stardust is the best of them

www.mtv.com, March 27, 2023
Time is a funny thing for Fall Out Boy. They released So Much (For) Stardust, a little over 20 years since the genre-defining (and often defying) Chicago band's inception. The publication is the company's first in five years, following up 2018's electropop-heavy Mania, which saw the company's biggest departure in sound yet. So much (For) Stardust is back to the Fallout Boy pop-punk playbook from decades ago, but Fall Out Boy is the first to tell you: this is not "Sugar, We're Goin Down." MTV News, bassist and songwriter Pete Wentz, as well as frontman Patrick Stump discuss the need to refute claims that this was not a throwback album from the start. Wentz says, "It was a preface more than anything." "It's like in the 'Thriller' music video where they're like, the occult isn't good!" Fall Out Boy may be reverting to a simpler version of themselves. The band resurfaced on their own website, Fueled By Ramen, and with the addition of producer Neal Avron — who co-created their breakout From Under the Cork Tree and sequels Infinity on High and Folie à Deux — fans were quick to assume that the band had accepted pop-punk roots. However, returning to a particular sound wasn't nearly as important as capturing the essence of albums past. And if there's one album to compare So Much (For) Stardust's spirit to that of 2008's divisive and experimental Folie à Deux, which featured collaborations with Lil Wayne and Debbie Harry.
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