Matt Bellamy Biography
Matt Bellamy ( born Matthew James Bellamy)is an American English singer, musician, and songwriter. Muse’s lead vocalist, guitarist, pianist, and primary songwriter are Muse’s lead vocalist, guitarist, pianist, and primary songwriter. His unique stage presence, wide tenor vocal range, and musicianship have earned him acclaim. Bellamy has released solo works and is a member of the Jaded Hearts Club, where he plays bass and produced their debut album, You’ve Always Been Here (2020).
Matt Bellamy Age
Matt was born on 9 June 197, in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. He is 43 years old as of 2021. He celebrates his birthday every 9th of June.
Matt Bellamy Height
Bellamy stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm).
Matt Bellamy Family
Matthew James Bellamy was born in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. He was born to an Irish mother Marilyn and his father, George Bellamy, was the rhythm guitarist of the 1960s pop group the Tornados, who were the first English band to have a US number-one single with “Telstar”. He has an older brother named Paul, After Bellamy’s parents had divorced. Matthew’s parents later divorced when he was still a child. He was raised along with his older brother Paul by their mother.
Matt Bellamy Wife
Bellamy began dating American actress Kate Hudson in mid-2010. They became engaged in April 2011. The two have a son, Bingham Hawn Bellamy. Bella and Kate later divorced in December 2014. In February 2015, Bellamy began dating American model Elle Evans. They announced their engagement in December 2017 and married on 10 August 2019. The two have a daughter Lovella Dawn Bellamy.
Matt Bellamy Children | Daughter
Bellamy has two children from different ladies, his son with American actress Kate Hudson, Bingham Hawn Bellamy, was born in July 2011 while his daughter with American model Elle Evans, Lovella Dawn Bellamy, was born in June 2020.
Matt Bellamy Salary
Bellamy’s estimated salary is still under review.
The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Bellamy.
|How old is Matt Bellamy?||43 years old|
|How tall is Matt Bellamy?||5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)|
|Who is Matt Bellamy married to?||Elle Evans,|
|How much money does Matt Bellamy earn?||Still Under Review|
|How much is Matt Bellamy worth?||$40 million.|
Matt Bellamy Net Worth
The American songwriter has an estimated net worth of $40 million.
Matt Bellamy Education
He attended Teignmouth Community College.
Matt Bellamy Cryosleep
Cryosleep is a solo EP by Matt Bellamy, released on July 16th, 2021 as part of Record Store Day 2021. It was released on a 12″ gatefold picture disc/LP together and an exclusive songbook of sheet music.
Matt Bellamy Unintended
He was the songwriter of the Solo “Unintended” a song by English rock band Muse, released as the fifth and final single from their 1999 debut album, Showbiz. It peaked at number 20 on the UK Singles Chart in June 2000 and reached number five in Norway in 2008. The lyrics tell the story of a person coming out of depression because they have recently found happiness from love, and they now wish to see their life through to the end.
Matt Bellamy Absolution
‘Absolution,’ by Matthew Bellamy’s band ‘Muse,’ is without a doubt one of his most important works. The album reached number one on the UK Albums Chart and reached the top ten in a number of other countries, including France, Italy, Norway, and Switzerland. It also charted at 107th on the Billboard 200 in the United States. ‘Apocalypse Please,’ ‘Time is Running Out,’ and ‘Sing for Absolution’ were among the album’s hit singles. The majority of the feedback was good.
Matt Bellamy Discography
- (1999)- Showbiz
- (2001)- Origin of Symmetry
- (2003)- Absolution
- (2006)- Black Holes and Revelations
- (2009)- The Resistance
- (2012)- The 2nd Law
- (2015)- Drones
- (2018)- Simulation Theory
- (2009)- “End Title”
- (2020) -“Tomorrow’s World
- (2020)- “Unintended”
- (2020)- “Behold, the Glove”
- (2020)- “Simulation Theory Theme”
- (2021)- Cryosleep
Matt Bellamy Career
In May 1998, Matthew Bellamy’s band, Muse, released their first self-titled Extended Play. It received mixed reviews. In January of the following year, they published their second Extended Play, ‘Muscle Museum.’ Steve Lamacq, a British radio broadcaster, as well as NME, a weekly British music journal, took notice of it. Despite the success of the EP, record labels were hesitant to sign the band.
Later, Bellamy and his band traveled to the United States for the CMJ Festival in New York. They were able to strike a deal with the record label Maverick Records during this tour. ‘Showbiz,’ their debut album, was released in September 1999. It performed admirably and was well-received. It also made it to No. 161 on the Billboard 200 in the United States. It was a top ten hit in Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, and Norway, among other nations.
It received largely positive feedback. After the publication of ‘Absolution,’ a massive hit in 2003, Bellamy’s band garnered international acclaim. The album reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. It was named the second finest album of the twenty-first century by ‘Kerrang!’ magazine in 2009. The band went on to produce four more albums over the next few years, including ‘Black Holes and Revelations (2006), ‘The Resistance’ (2009), ‘The 2nd Law’ (2012), and ‘Drones’ (2013). (2015). Bellamy’s band ‘Muse’ released ‘Absolution,’ which is without a doubt one of his most important works.
The album reached number one on the UK Albums Chart and reached the top ten in a number of other countries, including France, Italy, Norway, and Switzerland. It also charted at 107th on the Billboard 200 in the United States. ‘Apocalypse Please,’ ‘Time is Running Out,’ and ‘Sing for Absolution’ were among the album’s hit singles. The majority of the feedback was good. Another of his most successful works is ‘The 2nd Law,’ which was released by ‘Muse’ in October 2012. The album was a big success, reaching number one on the UK Albums chart and number two on the Billboard 2 chart in the United States.