Mike Herrera’s net worth in 2019 – Here’s how American singer Mike Herrera amasses his net worth. Read on to discover Mike Herrera’s Life, Career, net worth and biography.
Punk music is one genre of music not too many people seem to venture into because of its sound and most times the sort of energy required for it. But, it’s not the case with Mike Herrera, who have attained fame and fortune doing punk music.
Mike Herrera is an American singer, songwriter, and is famous for being the frontman for the punk rock band MxPx. He is also the lead singer of Tumbledown and the bassist of Goldfinger.
Mike Herrera success in the entertainment industry has earned him a net worth estimated at $3 million.
Mike Herrera was born on the 6th of November 1976 in Bremerton, Washington to Art and Michele Herrera. He is of Mexican, English/Welsh ancestry.
Mike is the second of three children, he has an older sister and a younger sister. He grew up in Bremerton and started playing the guitar from a very young age.
Being inspired by country music and punk rock music, Mike quickly followed his dream of becoming a musician a formed the band MxPx while he was still in high school.
Other members of his band were his high school friends Andy Husted and Yuri Ruley, the group did their first performance at Mike’s backyard.
Mike is the frontman of his punk band MxPx. He is the songwriter, does the vocals and is also the bassist of the group.
He founded the group in the early ’90s just before he started high school, and tagged his friends Andy Husted and Yuri Ruley and they delivered the band’s first performance at the backyard of Mike’s family home.
As time passed, the band became less and less active which led Mike to perform more as a solo act.
Some of his solo performances include both MxPx and Tumbledown songs and are generally performed with only vocals and acoustic guitar.
Most times, he is joined by other artists as well, including at times Kris Roe of The Ataris.
Mike worked on an album that was released digitally with limited CD pressing.
The album consisted of six Tumbledown songs, five MxPx songs, and a cover of the Beatles’ “I’ve Just Seen a Face.” All songs from the album were recorded in Mike’s Monkey Trench Studio which he opened in Bremerton in 2008.
Mike started another band called Tumbledown with several other instrumentalists.
They include Jack Parker, bassist Marshall Trotland, and drummer Harley Trotland. The bands’ new sound of music was different from that of MxPx, creating a lighter, country-inspired sound.
This new type of sound is influenced by different tours the band had started to go on as well as from “great American songwriters” such as Hank Williams, Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash.
Mike got recruited by John Feldmann in 2016 to join his ska-punk band Goldfinger as the group’s new bassist. Together, they released their first single hit song titled, “Put The Knife Away”, which was released on May 24, 2017.
Mike Herrera is currently married to his wife Holli. They married in 2005 and have got two kids together. Mike and his family moved to Waco, Texas in 2017.
He appeared in the 5th season of HGTV series, Fixer Upper in which his home was renovated and decorated for the show. Mike announced in 2015 that he has denounced Christianity and is now an agnostic.
How did he amass such wealth?
Mike has had a successful punk music career. He owes his impressive net worth of $3 million to his punk music. Much is not known about his lifestyle, cars, houses, and spending habits but we will update as soon as possible.
As of 2019, Mike Herrera has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Source of Wealth||Punk Music|
|Date of Birth||November 6, 1976|
Highlights of Mike Herrera’s Career
- Studio albums
- MxPx – Pokinatcha (1994)
- MxPx – Teenage Politics (1995)
- The Cootees – Let’s Play House (1997)
- MxPx – Life in General (1996)
- MxPx – Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo (1998)
- MxPx – The Ever Passing Moment (2000)
- MxPx – Before Everything & After (2003)
- MxPx – Panic (2005)
- MxPx – Secret Weapon (2007)
- MxPx – On The Cover II (2009)
- MxPx – Plans Within Plans (2012)
- MxPx – Acoustic Collection (2014)
- Tumbledown – Empty Bottle (2010)
- Goldfinger – The Knife (2017)
- MxPx – MxPx (2018)