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Adam Gontier Net Worth: $10 Million

Full NameAdam Wade Gontier
ProfessionSinger, Songwriter, Musician
Birth PlacePeterborough, Ontario, Canada
Height6' 2" (1.88 m)
Marital StatusMarried (Jeanie Marie Larsen)
Date of BirthMay 25, 1978
EthnicityEnglish, French, German, Scottish, Welsh
Weight130 lbs (59 kg)

Adam Wade Gontier is a very popular singer from Canada, known for his performance as lead singer of Three Days Grace. His net worth is $10 Million.

His interest in the guitar began with his cousin and his father, although he also listened to all kinds of music from his youth. From the age of 14 he wanted to play for people wherever and whenever. Initially, he created a group called Groundswell, consisting of five members, including Adam Gontier, Neil Sanderson and Brad Walst (currently Three Days Grace). When they were finally reduced to three members, they adopted the name of Three Days Grace, which Brad heard in economics class. At age 17 they decided to move to Toronto to make themselves known in the music scene. Adam Gontier has always been a prodigy singing from his beginnings in the music, which was practically instilled by his parents.

Adam Gontier developed an addiction to Oxycodone, a drug for pain relief. After finishing the tour of his first album, the band knew that they could not continue with the condition of Adam, so in 2005, with the support of his family, friends and band members, Gontier went into rehab. In his hospital stay, sad and discouraged, he began writing song lyrics about how he felt and what went on in rehab. Finally, Adam was successfully rehabilitated. He and the members of the band felt that they already had the peace and tranquility that was required to record a second album. They went to Ontario, to a house where they experienced, tried and practiced songs. They spent three months at home, where they finished what would be their second album.

On January 9, 2013, it was confirmed on the official website of Three Days Grace that Adam Gontier would leave the band. Three Days Grace announced that Brad’s brother, Matt Walst of the band My Darkest Days, will join the band’s lead tour. They cited the sudden departure of Adam Gontier, due to medical reasons. Gontier announced that he was quitting the band.

Gontier joined singer / songwriter Martin Sexton during the “Fall Like Rain” Tour 2012. On December 21, 2012, Gontier resigned from Three Days Grace after playing with them for about 16 years. Three Days Grace announced this on January 9, 2013 through their official Facebook page. Upon their departure, both sides took separate roads. As Three Days Grace continued her tour, Gontier continued to perform shows and concerts as a soloist.

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