Who is Dallon Weekes? His Age, Spouse, Children, Net Worth, Bio

April 18, 2024
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Dallon Weekes Wiki Bio

American singer-songwriter and record producer Dallon James Weekes, was born under the zodiac sign Taurus on 4 May 1981, in Verona, Missouri USA. He’s perhaps known best for having been a member of the famous American pop rock band Panic! at the Disco, from 2009 through 2017; Dallon was their songwriter, backing vocalist, keyboardist and bassist. He was also a member of the band The Brobecks from 2002 through 2013, and is today the frontman of the indie pop band I Don’t Know How But They Found Me.

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Education and early life

Dallon was raised in Clearfield, Utah alongside his one older and two younger siblings, by their Mormon parents, about whom Dallon won’t speak in public because he respects their privacy; the family moved to Clearfield not long after Dallon was born, and they were deeply religious while he was growing up, going to church at least once a week.

Dallon became interested in music during his time at Clearfield High School, and it was there that he met his future Brobecks bandmates; Dallon was into several other activities during his teenage years, including appearing in school plays and playing sports.

He matriculated in 1999, and then spent two years serving as a Mormon missionary; following his return home in 2001, he enrolled at Weber State University, but dropped out only a couple of months later, wanting to pursue a career in music.


The Brobecks

Dallon founded The Brobecks following his return home in 2001 – they initially practiced only during the weekends. They were three in the beginning: Dallon, his friend from high school, and American composer and moviemaker Matt Glass. It was only a couple of years later that The Brobecks were invited to sign a contract with Drive-Thru Records, while Dallon was offered solo contracts by Interscope Records and Sony BMG, which he rejected, because it meant he would have to stop performing with his bandmates.

The trio performed as back-up for various bands, including The Bravery, Phantom Planet and Fall Out Boy. They released their debut extended play (EP) “Quiet Title” on the internet in the second half of the 2012, comprisingd only the songs “Anyone I Know” and ““Cluster Hug”.


Joining Panic! at the Disco

The pop rock band Panic! at the Disco was formed in 2014 by childhood friends Brendon Urie, Spencer Smith, Ryan Ross and Brent Wilson, while Dallon (and Ian Crawford) joined them in 2009, following the departure of Ryan Ross and another member Jon Walker; the replacement was to be temporary but Dallon went on to stay with the band for eight years.

He toured with them to promote their second album “Pretty. Odd.”, released in 2008, and he was then credited with the conceptualization of the cover art for their new album “Vices & Virtues”, which came out in 2011; it was in the following year that Dallon announced on his Twitter account that he had become a full-time member of Panic! at the Disco.


Dallon wrote all but two songs of the band’s 2013 album “Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!” and was nominated for a 2015 Alternative Pres Music Award; rumors then began circulating the internet about Dallon having become a touring member again, but he quit the band in October 2015. He revealed five years later that the band had begun hiring hit-makers to write their songs and create their music, thus not needing Dallon anymore.

Where is he today?

Since 2016, Dallon’s been a member of the indie pop band I Don’t Know How But They Found Me; he founded it together with Ryan Seaman. The two began playing at small venues in November 2016, but kept this a secret from everyone they knew; they were signed to Fearless Records in August 2018 and in November released “1981 Extended Play”, their debut EP.

On 15 November 2019, their Christmas EP “Christmas Drag” came out, and on 23 October 2020, the band released their first album “Razzmatazz”.


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Love life and relationships

Dallon rarely talks about his love life in public, but has allowed his fans a glimpse into it. He began dating American non-celebrity Breezy Douglas in November 2004, and the two exchanged vows in a small and private ceremony on 18 March 2006; Breezy gave birth to their daughter Amelie Olivia Weekes on 1 June 2008, and their son Knox Oliver Weekes followed on 23 June 2010. The boy was named after a character from the 1989 drama movie “Dead Poets Society”, starring Robin Williams, while the girl was named after the lead character from the French-language 2001 romantic comedy movie “Amelie”.

We don’t know about other women whom Dallon’s perhaps been with; he’s married to Breezy Douglas as of January 2024, and they have two children together.


Interesting facts and hobbies

Dallon has both autism and ADHD.

He’s a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Dallon’s quite active on Instagram and has posted close to 300 pictures and videos onto the network; most of these are about music, featuring him performing with his current and former bands, and travelling around the world with them.

Dallon seems to be still very close to his wife after nearly 20 years of marriage; he often features her in his Instagram pictures, and she usually keeps him company while he’s touring with his bands.

Dallon’s been to most corners of the world; his dream travel destination’s Paris, France, liking the city for fashion and architecture, but isn’t a big fan of numerous tourists always being there.

One of Dallon’s favorite actors is Will Ferrell, and a couple of his favorite films include “Old School”, “The Campaign” and “Everything Must Go”.

Net worth, height and age

Dallon’s age is 42. He weighs around 175lbs (80kgs), is 6ft 2ins (1.9m) tall and has brown hair and blue eyes.,

Dallon’s net worth’s been estimated at more than $5 million, as of January 2024.

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