• Ryan Seaman is a musician and singer, known for being the drummer of the band Falling In Reverse and the duo I Don’t Know How But They Found Me
• He has an estimated net worth of over $1.6 million
• He became interested in playing in a band at a young age, and learned how to play the drums
• He left Falling in Reverse in 2017 and joined Icon for Hire, then created a duo with Dallon Weekes called I Don’t Know How But They Found Me
• He is active online via social media with over 200,000 followers on Twitter and Instagram
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Who is Ryan Seaman?
Ryan Eric Seaman was born on 23 September 1983, in Park City, Utah, USA, and is a musician as well as a singer, best known for being the drummer of the band Falling In Reverse. He is the longest tenured drummer of the band, though now also plays drums for the duo I Don’t Know How But They Found Me.
The Net Worth of Ryan Seaman
How rich is Ryan Seaman? As of late-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $1.6 million, earned through a successful career in the music industry.
He’s been active as a professional musician since 2002, and as he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Music Beginnings
Very little has been shared about Ryan’s life before his rise to fame as a drummer. He has not shared anything about his upbringing, family, and educational attainments. He became interested in playing in a band at a young age, and learned how to play the drums sometime during his youth.
In 2002, he got his first opportunity to tour, playing for The Eyeliners as a part of the Vans Warped Tour. Three years later, he joined the post-hardcore band called I Am Ghost and helped record songs for their debut album called “Lovers’ Requiem”. In 2009, he worked with the pop rock band The Bigger Lights and helped develop two albums, as well as an Extended Play (EP). He stayed with the band for two years before leaving, but continued working with several artists as a drummer. Some of the groups he worked with include My Favorite Highway, Aiden, and The Brobecks.
Falling in Reverse
In 2011, Seaman became a part of the post-hardcore band called Falling in Reverse, and his fame would increase significantly. The rock band originated in Las Vegas, and he replaced drummer Scott Gee who was a part of the band for its debut album – he was credited in the album though did not participate in its recording. It wasn’t until two years later that he helped them create the studio album called “Fashionably Late” and followed it up in 2015 with “Just Like You”.
He stayed with the band until 2017, touring helping them create music. The band did charity concerts and worked with other musical acts. He helped with the recording of the band’s fourth album called Coming Home, however, shortly after its release, rumors started spreading that he had parted ways with the band. During their next live performance, he was not a part of the band leading many to believe that he had been replaced – Falling in Reverse would subsequently have several lineup changes. Due to the controversy with the band, he opted to instead support the rock band Icon for Hire as their drummer in 2017.
I Don’t Know How But They Found Me
Seaman then forayed into other projects, and frequently collaborated with Dallon Weekes for his solo projects. Weekes then invited him to create a duo which would eventually be called I Don’t Know How But They Found Me. They started playing in small shows, keeping everything under wraps. After a performance in the Emo Nite Los Angeles two year anniversary event, many publications started picking up that the two might be starting a side project. They denied having any association for months, even after being confronted with videos and photos; they did that so that they wouldn’t exploit the fame they had already gained from their respective bands.
The two eventually confirmed that they are working together, following Ryan’s split with Falling In Reverse. The two started previewing and releasing songs through social media and platforms such as iTunes. They then toured around several states, and announced their debut EP entitled “1981 Extended Play” which was released in 2018; they also released several singles in 2019. Aside from his new duo, he has also participated in creating several Christmas singles, a few of which were also collaborations with Weekes.
Personal Life and Social Media
For his personal life, not much is known in terms of Seaman’s romantic relationships. He’s had girlfriends in the past though none of his relationships have attracted a lot of public attention. There are rumors going around that one of the reasons he left Falling in Reverse was due to a relationship. After releasing a series of tweets hitting the bands which promoted a lot of negativity, his former bandmate responded by stating that he was only dating a younger woman for a free place to live in, and extra money. While this doesn’t clarify the entire issue he had with the band, that previous relationship seems to be one of the many that lead to the rift in the group.
Similar to numerous musicians and drummers, he is active online through accounts on social media. He has an account on Twitter on which he has close to 200,000 followers using the platform to express his opinions and promote some of his recent and upcoming events. He also has an Instagram account on which he has over 200,000 followers, on which he showcases a few moments in life performing, along with a few other personal photos. Another account he has is on Facebook, which has around 180,000 followers. The account promotes his merchandise while also posting photos similar to that of his Instagram account.
|Drummer, Percussionist, The Drug in Me Is You, Fashionably Late, I'm Not a Vampire
|Falling In Reverse, I Am Ghost, The Drug in Me Is You, Fashionably Late, I'm Not a Vampire
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia