Warren Cann Net Worth – Short bio, age, height, weight


Warren Cann Net Worth

How rich is Warren Cann? For this question we spent 21 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $236,6 Million.



Warren Cann information Birth date: May 20, 1952 Birth place: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada Height:6 (1.83 m) Profession:Soundtrack, Actor, Composer Music groups:Ultravox (2008 – 1986), Tiger LilyAlbums:Moments from Eden, New Frontiers

Height, Weight

:How tall is Warren Cann – 1,86m.
How much weight is Warren Cann – 84kg


Warren Cann Net Worth
Warren Cann Net Worth
Warren Cann Net Worth
Warren Cann Net Worth


Warren Reginald Cann (born 20 May 1950, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada) is a drummer and drum machine programmer, best known as a member of the British new wave band Ultravox.
Biography,Early lifeThe son of two British immigrants, he began to be interested in electronics while he was at school. After playing in bands in Vancouver, he came to Britain in 1972, where he found a more creative environment.He established himself in London, where he formed his first band, along with Huw Lloyd-Langton, future Hawkwind member, on guitar and Rob Rawlinson, later in Overnight Angels, on bass.Ultravox and other contemporary worksMain article: UltravoxShortly thereafter, Cann contacted John Foxx, who invited Cann to join his fledgling band Tiger Lily with bassist Chris Cross and guitarist Stevie Shears. The band recorded sole single Aint Misbehavin, which was released in 1975 and used as a main theme to the namesake softcore porno movie. In 1976, Tiger Lily changed its name to Ultravox!, and later in 1978 to Ultravox.Cann played on the first albums released by Island Records, Ultravox! (1977), Ha! Ha! Ha! (both 1977) and Systems of Romance (1978). After a tour of United States and Canada the band fragmented because of the departure of vocalist John Foxx and guitarist Robin Simon. Ultravox replaced them with singer/guitarist Midge Ure in Summer 1979.Ure-led Ultravox signed to Chrysalis in 1980 and went on to have a commercial success worldwide. Cann contributed lyrics to 2/3 of the first Ure-led album Vienna, sang backing vocals, co-lead and lead on some Ultravox songs: Mr. X (1980), Paths and Angles (1981), We Came to Dance (1982) and Break Your Back 1983).He remained active outside the band during Ultravox success. In 1982 he played acoustic and electronic percussion for Zaine Griff (album Figvres) and Peter Godwin (single Images of Heaven). He and Hans Zimmer were a part of the backing band for a New Romantic singer Ronny on her London show in The Dominion. Ronny also participated in the Helden project, formed by Cann and Zimmer that year, which merged electronic, orchestral and classical influences. Helden were the first music project to play The London Planetarium in March 1983. They released a single Holding on (1983) and recorded an album called Spies which featured lots of guests (Zaine Griff, Eddie Maelov from Eddie & Sunshine, Brian Robertson from Thin Lizzy etc.). It remains unreleased.In September 1984 Cann and Zimmer performed as guests (on drums and keyboards, respectively) on a concert by the Spanish band Mecano. Two songs from that show were released in 1985 on LP En Concierto. Also in 1985 Cann produced a single for the eccentric singer Duffo, Gonna Send the Boys Around, and took part in the Doctor Who charity single Doctor in Distress.Canns last appearance with Ultravox was on Live Aid in July 1985. He was ousted from the band in 1986 after the disagreements arose with other band members who started to consider him a problem in the progress of the band. Cann wanted a fully programmed percussion sound while the others preferred a back-to-basics approach. He also wished to become the second guitarist in the band. In his autoBiography, , Midge Ure later commented that in retrospect he considered the firing unjust, unwarranted, and a result of misplaced tensions.


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