Danny Fujikawa : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Siblings, Children and Career
Danny Fujikawa is a Musician and former member of the folk rock band know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Siblings, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||10 June 1986|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Spouse/Partner||Kate Hudson (2017–)|
|Parents||Ron Fujikawa, Melissa Linehan|
|Siblings||Michael Fujikawa, Brady Fujikawa|
|Net Worth||$2.5 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Danny Fujikawa is a former member of the folk rock band ‘Chief’ that he co-founded in Santa Monica, California, with others including his brother, Michael.
The band that mostly garnered positive reviews for its productions, released singles like ‘Night And Day’, ‘Breaking Walls’ and ‘Mighty Proud’; EP ‘The Castle Is Gone’; and album ‘Modern Rituals’.
Early life and Family
Danny Fujikawa was born and raised in Los Angeles and he has two brothers, Michael and Brady. He attended the New York University.Fujikawa is a musician, known as one of the founders of the four-member folk rock band ‘Chief’. The other members of the band include his brother Michael Fujikawa, and Mike Moonves and Evan Koga whom he met while attending New York University. He remained the guitarist of the band and also contributed in backup vocals.
Danny Fujikawa Wife
US actress Kate Hudson is engaged to long-term boyfriend Danny Fujikawa, she revealed on Monday.The "Almost Famous" star took to Instagram to post a picture of herself wearing an engagement ring and embracing Fujikawa.
Danny Fujikawa Net Worth
Danny Fujikawa is a former member of the folk rock band ‘Chief’ that he co-founded in Santa Monica has an estimated Net Worth of arround $2.5 Million in 2021.
Danny Fujikawa is a musician, known as one of the founders of the four-member folk rock band ‘Chief’. The other members of the band include his brother Michael Fujikawa, and Mike Moonves and Evan Koga whom he met while attending New York University. He remained the guitarist of the band and also contributed in backup vocals.The first EP of ‘Chief’ was released under their own record label in the founding year of the band in 2008 titled ‘The Castle is Gone’.
The following year they relocated and stationed themselves in Los Angeles. The band that generally received good reviews attracted comparison with other bands like ‘Local Natives’ and ‘Coldplay’.All other productions of the band were released through ‘Domino Records’ including its only album ‘Modern Rituals’ (2010) and singles like ‘Mighty Proud’ (2009), ‘Night And Day’ (2010) and ‘Breaking Walls’ (2010). The members of the band parted way "due to creative and personal differences" in 2011 marking their break-up with the farewell show held on June 14 that year at ‘The Troubadour’ in Los Angeles.
They however reunited later, which was announced by their lead vocalist Evan Koga in July 2012 through Twitter.Fujikawa co-founded ‘Lightwave Records’ along with Chris Acosta, front man of the musical group ‘The Delta Mirror’, in 2013. The Facebook page of the company mentions its launch “as a way to release their music on their own terms”. The label has already released three full-length albums and recorded a couple of music videos.
The albums include Fujikawa’s ‘Cellophane Castle’ (2013) and The Delta Mirror’s ‘Better Unsung’ (2013). It also released a version of ‘Beloved Enemies’ by Ave Grave which was originally released by ‘The Shimmies’ on July 27, 2010. Although till present he has not forayed into mainstream acting, he lent his voice as someone on the other side of a phone call in the March 18, 2017 released comedy drama film ‘Scumbag’.
He also co-founded ‘Lightwave Records’ along with Chris Acosta, the front man of musical group ‘The Delta Mirror’. The group’s albums released through the label include ‘Machines That Listen’ and ‘Better Unsung’. Fujikawa has garnered much media attention as the new boyfriend of Kate Hudson who is known to have a preference for musicians considering her past relationships.