How much is Michale Graves worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Michale Graves? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Michale Graves's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\nMichale Graves Short Bio\n\n Michael Emanuel (born in the State of New Jersey on March 21, 1975) better known by his stage name Michale Graves is a singer and composer most famous for his work in the re-incarnation of The Misfits in the 90s, from 1995 to 1998 and again from the end of 1998 until the end of 2000. It was while recording a demo in Solitaire in Lodi, New Jersey when engineer Bob Alecca told him that Misfits I was auditioning singer. Since he had never heard anything from Misfits before, he immediately listened to the Collection II album to get to know them. \n The new Misfits drummer, Dr. Chud, forged a great friendship with Michael that would last even after their separation from the band. \n Graves singing can be heard on the albums American Psycho, Famous Monsters and Cuts From the Crypt. He also composed several tracks for the band such as "Dig Up Her Bones", "Saturday Night", "This Island Earth", "Fiend Without a Face", "Shining", "The Haunting", "Witch Hunt", and "Fiend" Club "that add to many others that he co-composed. \n After leaving Misfits, he formed, together with Dr. Chud, the Graves band that released a single album called Web of Dharma. In this way he emulated what had been done by the previous Misfits vocalist, Glenn Danzig, who left the band to form Samhain who would later change his name to Danzig. After two successful tours of the United States, his band disbanded due to differences between Graves and Chud, which led Michale to form Gotham Road. They released an album before Michale took time to join the US Marines. After this he went to work on his debut solo album called "Punk Rock is Dead". During his time at Misfits Michale formed a band called The Lost Boys, of which very little is known. \n In August 2005, the guitarist who accompanied Michale on both Gotham Road and his solo project went abruptly generating the cancellation of his tour of the United States and the United Kingdom and leaving Graves with the need to find another guitarist. He is currently on tour with Mister Monster's J-sin Trioxin. The current lineup is Graves, Trioxin, JV Bastard, and Matt Johnson on drums. \n In March 2006 Graves began a tour in support of Damien Echols and West Memphis Three. Matt Johnson (the drummer of "Punk Rock is Dead" and his tours) was replaced by Quincy Smash, who is said to have played bass in Michale's band before Misfits, Mopes. \n Graves is a firm conservative and formative of the "Conservative Punk" movement. He appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and on the Letterman show. \n On February 26, 2013 Michale Graves released his third solo album called "Vagabond" and a new single, called in the same way. \n Michale is doing his promotional tour of his latest album The Lost Skeleton Returns that reflects what he learned in The Misfits with hints of the Famous Monsters album and emblematic songs from the album like Fiend Club, Scream and Saturday Night. \n \n\n\nMore Facts about Michale Graves\nWhole NameMichael EmanuelAKA(s)Michale Graves, Michael Graves, Graves, MichaleBorn\/WhereDumont, New Jersey, USABornMarch 21, 1975Astrological signAries\n\nThe Michale Graves's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.