Julian Velard

Julian Velard is a pianist, singer-songwriter, and composer from the United States. Julian Velard is a musician who has composed music. He’s also done work for Coca-Cola, Aldi, Wix.com, BuzzFeed, The New Republic, and The New York Knicks. Julian also teaches songwriting on Linkedin Learning, an online learning platform.

What is the Net Worth of  Julian Velard?

Velard’s current net worth is unknown in terms of wages and income. His music profession, on the other hand, is his principal source of revenue.

Early Life and Childhood:

Julian Velard was born in New York City, on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, on October 6, 1979. He is 41 years old and was born under the astrological sign Libra. He is an American citizen.

Julian Velard face timing with his father (Source: Instagram)

His mother’s name is Margaret, and she is a former actress who now works as a real estate agent. She’s also a four-time Jeopardy champion and a model with queen-sized legs. His mother moved from Alabama to New York when he was 21 years old. In a similar vein, his father’s name is Maxime, and he was a Holocaust orphan. He moved to the United States from Paris in 1963. His father worked in the computer industry and was instrumental in the development of Citibank’s first ATM.

Education of Julian Velard:

Julian Velard attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music, Art, and Performing Arts, often known as “The Fame School,” where he earned his schooling. He was classmates with actor Adrian Grenier and singer Kelis, among other people. He afterwards went to Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, to study composition. Julian studied at this college under jazz icon Yusef Lateef. Similarly, he studied piano with Kirk Lightsey of Dexter Gordon’s band and The Leaders while a semester abroad in Paris.

Career and Professional Life

Julian Velard is a one-of-a-kind artist who is both a terrific pop songwriter and a storyteller. We can sing along with him as he crafts instantly appealing tunes while creating iconic characters that reflect the agony, humor, and joy of life. Julian, meantime, has been holed up in London since Virgin Music took the Brooklyn émigré under their wing. He’s also a gigantic nerd with a Ph.D. in mathematics who used to work in computers.” All of this is embedded in Julian, a man who is as enthusiastic as he is enraged, as affable as he is abrasive — a never-ending source of energy fueled by his DNA.

In the early 1990s, Julian Velard’s first concerts were with Rage Against The Machine, Frank Black, and other bands dealing with teen angst. He was like big, bold, and brazen music from the start, listening to Journey as his pals stared at their shoes to Pavement, despite the fact that he didn’t have a parent’s embarrassing record collection to kick against. Julian’s favorite artists include Stevie Wonder, Hall & Oates, and XTC, yet Randy Newman and Harry Nilsson are the most appropriate when praising Julian’s debut, ‘The Planeteer.’

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Similarly, his music combines a love of cinema with classic pop storytelling. Films have pervaded his brain since he worked as a delivery guy for the neighborhood video store, where he “rented two flicks a night instead of doing homework.” Furthermore, the ten tunes on ‘The Planeteer’ are truly cinematic in scale, spanning from “Jimmy Dean and Steve McQueen” matinée idol worship to “Jimmy Dean and Steve McQueen” matinée idol worship. To the epic “End of an Era,” Julian laments the loss of innocence in a post-9/11 world. In a dingy red-light district motel, a guy delivers the final blow to a crumbling relationship.

Julian Velard also contributes a humorous world-weariness to his songs, whether singing about loss and heartache or going out for sushi and seducing a girl with free cable TV, he has an uncanny capacity to tug on your heartstrings while raising an eyebrow. In late-20006, Julian Velard borrowed money from his father to record ‘The Movies Without You’ EP, enlisting the services of indie-pop master Roger Greenawalt, after years of hanging around the NYC scene and seeing gigging partners Regina Spektor and Nellie McKay steam on (Ben Kweller, The Pierces).

Similarly, after numerous US labels turned him down, the British discovered his music on Myspace, went to his comedy-filled shows, and fell in love. And, since signing with Virgin, Velard has spent the last year polishing ‘The Planeteer’ with producer Steve Power, who knows a thing or two about pop stardom.

More About Music Career:

Furthermore, Julian Velard’s second outstanding album, ‘Mr. Saturday Night,’ was published in 2011 to widespread praise. And, with a voice that sounds like it came directly off the docks of the Bay, the native New Yorker turned London resident provides a masterwork collection of exquisite and unorthodox pop melodies.

Julian Velard recording music (Source: Instagram)

Julian has developed his own type of piano-pop inspired by the vintage 1970s, combining easy cool with a naturally attractive motor mouth. And, for his debut, ‘The Planeteer,’ Velard was picked from relative obscurity. Released after he was discovered on MySpace and found himself in the middle of a bidding war between record labels. The album became a hit with critics and tastemakers almost overnight, with The Sunday Times calling it “a fascinating promise.”

Similarly, Time Out compared him to Harry Nilsson and Tom Waits, saying, “Catchy but complicated; a very rare mix.” In the time between the two albums, Julian Velard worked on songs for several up-and-coming musicians, including Olly Murs. Furthermore, when it came time to record the next album, Velard opted to do something completely different. ‘Mr. Saturday Night’ has all the trappings of a classic pop record, but it flips the singer-songwriter paradigm by substituting cynicism for sincerity. And it’s all done by Julian’s own imaginary bow-tie-wearing figure, Mr. Saturday Night.

Julian Velard also makes sure that his live presentation is as much about him as a character as it is about his music, saying, “Banter is around 85 percent of my live show for better or worse.” On ‘Mr. Saturday Night,’ however, it is the tunes that stand out above all else. Likewise, it’s Julian Velard’s songwriting at its best, incorporating his interests, individual personality, and overwhelming enjoyment of a good melody, beyond the bow ties and sardonic asides, beyond the lyrical twists and excellent storytelling the album demonstrates.

Relationship Status: Who is Julian Velard married to?

Julian and Rachel Kopf Velard have been married for a long time. A girl and a son are the couple’s offspring. Similarly, they’ve posted a slew of gorgeous photos of their kids on their own social media sites.

Body Measurements: How tall is Julian Velard?

Julian Velard’s physique measurements, including his height, weight, chest, waist, hip, bicep, and any other sizes, are unknown at this time and are being investigated. In addition, he has brown eyes and dark brown hair.

Quick Facts

Full Name: Julian Velard
Born Date: 06 Oct, 1979
Age: 42 years
Horoscope: Libra
Lucky Number: 6
Lucky Stone: Peridot
Lucky Color: Blue
Best Match for Marriage: Gemini
Gender: Male
Profession: Rapper, Songwriter, Singer, Pianist,
Country: USA
Marital Status: married
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown
Birth Place New York City, Manhattan
Nationality American
Education Hampshire College
Father Maxime
Mother Margaret
Kids Two
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