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Dallon James Weekes is an American musician, songwriter, singer, backing vocalist, and record producer.
Dallon has worked for bands, namely Panic! At The Disco (2009-2017), Power Pop, and the indie band The Brobecks. As of 2022, he serves as the frontman for the musical duo named I Dont Know How But They Found Me in collaboration with Ryan Seaman.
Dallon Weekes is very active on social media. He has over 500,000 followers on Instagram and over 349,000 followers on Twitter.
The net worth of Dallon Weekes is estimated to be around $4 million.
The annual income of Dallon Weekes is not known to the public.
Dallon Weekes is 6 ft 3 in (191 cm) tall.
Dallon Weekes was born on May 4, 1981, and is 41 years old as of 2022.
Dallon James Weekes was born on May 4, 1981. His place of birth was Verona, Missouri, located in the United States. Dallon was raised along with his three siblings. At a young age, his family shifted to Clearfield, Utah.
For his early education, he joined Clearfield High School. Later, he attended Mormon Missionary located in Oklahoma and graduated with honors in 1999. Thereafter, he joined Weber State University for higher education. However, he dropped it to pursue music as his career.
In 2006, Dallon Weekes married his partner Breezy Douglas.
Dallon Weekes and Breezy Douglas were blessed with two children, namely Amelie Olivia Weekes (born in 2008) and Knox Oliver Weekes (born in 2010).
Dallon Weekes is best known as a member of the rock band Panic! At The Disco, where he served as bass guitarist, songwriter, backing vocalist, and keyboardist. He also worked as the frontman for the Power Pop band and the musical project The Brobecks.
In 2013, he joined The Brobecks band. With his Brobecks bandmates, he worked on songs, namely 'A Very Brobecks Christmas EP' (2003), 'Understanding The Brobecks' (2003), 'The 4th Of JuLive' (2003), 'New Year's Special EP' (2003), 'Remixing The Brobecks' (2004), 'The Brobecks EP' (2005), 'Happiest Nuclear Winter' (2005), 'Goodnight, And Have A Pleasant Tomorrow' (2006), 'Small Cuts EP' (2007), 'I Will, Tonight EP' (2008), 'Violent Things' (2009), 'Your Mother Should Know EP#1' (2010), and 'Quiet Title EP' (2012).
In 2013 and 2014, he served as a composer in the rock band 'Panic! At The Disco'. He composed music videos, namely 'Lolo: Miss Jackson' (2013), 'This Is Gospel' (2013), 'Girls/Girls/Boys' (2013), and 'This Is Gospel - Piano Version' (2014).
While working with the band I Dont Know How They Found Me, he appeared in music videos, namely 'Modern Day Cain' (2017) and 'Do It All The Time' (2018).
He served as a songwriter for the song titled 'Leave Me Alone' in the television series 'Hacks' (2021) for the episode titled 'Interview'.
In 2009, he was hired by the band 'Panic! At the Disco' as a temporary touring member after their lead guitarist, Ray Ross, left the band. The band members later extended him the offer to join the band indefinitely. Along with Ryan Seaman, his works included 'Vices & Virtues' (2011), 'Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!' (2013), and 'All My Friends We're Glorious'. He was also part of their concert tour titled 'Death Of A Bachelor Tour' (2017).
While working for I Dont Know How But They Found Me, his works included '1981 Extended Play' (2018), 'Christmas Drag' (2019), and 'Razzmatazz' (2020).
In 2006, Dallon Weekes received the MTV Video Music Award under the Video Of The Year category.
He has been nominated for six MTV Video Music Awards. Additionally, he was nominated for Best Bassist at the Alternative Press Music Awards in 2015.
Dallon Weekes loves to sing, compose music, play bass, and write songs.
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