How much is Mike Kennerty worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Mike Kennerty? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Mike Kennerty's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n The All-American Rejects -In Spanish: The Typical Americans Rejected- is an American Alternative Rock band formed in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1999. The band consists of the lead vocalist and bassist Tyson Ritter, guitarists Nick Wheeler and Mike Kennerty, and drummer Chris Gaylor. They have sold more than 10 million copies so far. \n \n\nMike Kennerty's Biography\n 1999-2000: The beginnings of the band\n The All-American Rejects was formed in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Initially it was composed only by Tyson Ritter and Nick Wheeler. They gave the band their name from two ideas: "The All-Americans" and "The Rejects." The band, even without much popularity, goes on tour together with drummer Tim Campbell, which would leave soon the band. \n 2001-2004: Commercial success\n In the summer of 2001, they released their EP Same Girl, New Songs and started touring the United States. By the time they finished the tour, they had already signed a contract with Doghouse Records, the same label from bands like River City High and The Get Up Kids. \n Mike Kennerty (guitarist and vocalist) and Chris Gaylor (drums, percussion) joined the band in 2002. That year, with the help of producer Tim O'Heir (who had worked in the past with bands like Superdrag, Sebadoh, and Juliana Hatfield), the band records their debut album internationally. In that disc it appears the simple one "Swing, Swing," with which the band gained in popularity (such was the case, that many spoke of the group like a "band of a only success"). The album that bore the name of the band, went on sale on October 15, 2001. Swing Swing appears as a song to play in the video game LEGO ROCKBAND. \n 2005-2006: Move Along\n On July 12, 2005 they edit Move Along, which included the single "Dirty Little Secret." That same year, the band was forced to cancel several performances, including a whole European tour, at the end of the tour the keyboardist Tim Jordan commits suicide. \n The second single "Move Along" was released in January 2006. A few weeks after the video clip appeared, it was in the ranking of TRL, reaching the first place for four consecutive days. Ironically on the Billboard Hot 100, the theme did not reach the top until June. "Move Along" was later nominated for Best Video Editing and Best Group Video at the 2006 Video Music Awards, a prize they won. \n Due to the popularity of the band, the All-American Rejects began receiving invitations to participate in video games. "Night Drive," is included in the Madden NFL 2006 video game; and "Top of the World" was included in the Burnout: Revenge racing game. They also began to sound in advertisements. In July 2006, their single "Move Along" was used in a Bionicle advertising campaign, whose video is in bionicle (www.bionicle.com). The song "Change Your Mind" was used in a T-Mobile advertisement. \n In August 2006 his fourth single, "It Ends Tonight", was released. The video of the song made its debut in the United Kingdom on August 28, 2006. "It Ends Tonight" reached # 10 on its debut in the Top20 of VH1. \n The band has been touring with Fall Out Boy, Hawthorne Heights, From First to Last, The Hush Sound and October Fall on the "Black Clouds and Underdogs Tour". They recently finished the "Tournado" tour with Motion City Soundtrack, The Starting Line, The Format, Gym Class Heroes and Boys Like Girls. To promote themselves, they released an EP titled Bite Back that can be purchased on iTunes, and they agreed to take a break after the tour. His song "Move Along" could be heard in Super Bowl XLI during the 3rd quarter \n His single Dirty Little Secret was used at the beginning of the film Gigolo by Accident and at the end of the film "John Tucker Must Die" or all against him in Spanish and is also part of the soundtrack of Pro Evolution Soccer 2010, In addition "Dirty Little Secret" was also one of the songs included in the famous video game ROCKBAND. \n The songs Dirty Little Secret and Move Along appeared in the comedy "She's the man". \n In addition, "Dirty Little Secret" appears in episode 16 of the 5th season of "Smallville" and "It Ends Tonight" does the same in the 3rd episode of the 6th season of the series. \n 2008-2009: When The World Comes Down\n Since the end of 2007 the band was already planning their third studio album that was going to move away from their pop punk style and get closer to pop rock or alternative rock. In the middle of July, videos of concerts of their new songs were already on the internet, although they still did not have a name for the new album. At the end of August of 2008 it was revealed that the name of the disc would be When The World Comes Down and that it would include like first simple the subject "Gives You Hell". On September 5, 2009 begins its tour When The World Comes Down in Seattle and ends on October 26 of the same year in Hamburg, alternating with the return tour of blink-182 "Summer 2009", which will share stage with Fall out boy, Asher Roth and Creamy N Crunchy. \n "Gives You Hell" also appears in the 2nd half of the first season of the hit series Glee, played by Rachel Berry (Lea Michele) in the chapter entitled Hell-O. \n 2012: Kids In The Street\n In 2011 the band started recording the fourth album. On December 3, the promotional video for the fourth album called "Someday's Gone" was released and it was made two days later, with the download on the official page. \n On December 16 it was announced that the name of the album would be Kids in the Street and the song list was also released, and the album's first official single would be "Beekeeper's Daughter" which premiered on March 31st. January. \n On March 26, 2012 the band releases their fourth album. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Mike Kennerty\n\nThe Mike Kennerty'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.