Buckethead Net Worth

Buckethead Net Worth is
$8 Million

Buckethead Biography

Buckethead was created Brian Patrick Carroll in-may 1969.Buckethead net worthy of: Buckethead can be an American musician who includes a net worthy of of $8 million dollars. Buckethead has released a lot more than 90 studio albums and in addition has appeared on 50 even more albums by other performers. He recorded on the longer sought album Chinese Democracy and toured with the band in 2001 and 2002. His signature appear includes putting on a bucket from KFC on his mind which features

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Quick Facts

Net Worth$8 Million
Date Of BirthMay 13, 1969
Height1.98 m
ProfessionFilm Score Composer, Bassist, Songwriter, Drummer, Soothsayer, Nottingham Lace, Big Sur Moon
ParentsTom Carroll, Nancy Carroll, Soothsayer, Nottingham Lace, Big Sur Moon
SiblingsLori Carroll, Lisa Carroll, Lynn Carroll, John Carroll, Soothsayer, Nottingham Lace, Big Sur Moon
Music GroupsSoothsayer, Nottingham Lace, Big Sur Moon, Guns N' Roses, Deli Creeps, Praxis, Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains, Cornbugs, Thanatopsis, Science Faxtion, Giant Robot, Painkiller, Material, Pieces
NominationsFénix Film Award for Best Original Score
MoviesYoung Buckethead Vol. 1, Wave Twisters, Anxious Animation, Buckethead: Secret Recipe

Interesting Facts

1 For director John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars (2001) soundtrack, music producer Bruce Robb called upon Guns N' Roses guitarists Buckethead and 'Robin Finck', along with some other famous rock musician friends - legendary metal guitar player Steve Vai, Anthrax and Elliot Easton (formerly of The Cars. The results yielded an award-winning soundtrack, and Buckethead can been seen in the DVD behind-the-scenes bonus feature filmed while recording in Robb's Cherokee Studios.
2 Has a keen interest in Japanese culture.
3 Has a band with Bill Moseley called "CornBugs".
4 Has released several solo albums, as Buckethead and Death Cube K.
5 Has played with the following bands: Praxis, Guns N' Roses, 'Michael Kamen', Deli Creeps, Iggy Pop.
6 "Death Cube K" is an anagram for Buckethead. This was also his alter-ego name for one of his solo albums.
7 Is adept in Karate.
8 Guitar influences are Angus Young, Yngwie Malmsteen and Randy Rhoads.
9 Appointed by Axl Rose as a new guitarist of the revamped Guns N' Roses.


1 Gibson guitars
2 White mask
3 Robot dance
4 KFC bucket (on head)


Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Premio Fénix Premios Fénix (Fenix Film Awards) Best Music Jauja (2014) Viggo Mortensen
2004 Chainsaw Award Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Score Flesh for the Beast (2003)



Twisted Metal 2012 Video Game "Ready To Die"
Guitar Hero II 2006 Video Game performer: "JORDAN" / writer: "JORDAN"
My Name Is Earl TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2006 writer - 1 episode, 2006
The Longest Yard 2005 "Jack and the Ripper"
The Weather Underground 2002 Documentary performer: "Knockin' Gun"
Venin mortel 1996 Short writer: "BLAST/WAR MACHINE DUB"
Mortal Kombat 1995 writer: "Goro Vs. Art"
Johnny Mnemonic 1995 performer: "I LOVE MY PARENTS" / writer: "I LOVE MY PARENTS"


Middle 2016 Short
Tenfold Path: Worst Drum Instructional Ever 2008 Video music written and performed by
Blanca & Negro 2005 Short
Flesh for the Beast 2003

Music Department

X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse 2001 Video Game musician: various guitar loops and licks
Ghosts of Mars 2001 composer: guitar score
Mortal Kombat 1995 composer: guitar score
Last Action Hero 1993 featured musician


Tenfold Path: Worst Drum Instructional Ever 2008 Video Buckethead


We're Not Alone 2015 inspirational thanks


American Music: Off the Record 2008 Documentary Himself
MTV Video Music Awards 2002 2002 TV Special Himself - Performer (as Guns N' Roses)
Scoring Ghosts of Mars 2001 Video documentary short Himself
Wave Twisters 2001 Himself
We Sold Our Souls for Rock 'n Roll 2001 Documentary Himself
Guns N' Roses: Rock in Rio III 2001 TV Special

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