Paul Arthurs Net Worth: English Musician, Early life, Career, Solo Projects And Lot More

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Paul Arthurs Net Worth: English Musician, Early life, Career, Solo Projects And Lot More

According to various online resources famous Guitarist’s Paul Arthurs’s Net Worth is $11 million at the age of 54 years old. He earned the money being a professional guitarists. He is from England.

Early years

Paul Benjamin Arthurs was born in Manchester’s Saint Mary’s Hospital to Irish Catholic immigrants. In the neighbouring town of Prestwich, he attended St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Grammar School.

When he was eight years old, his parents insisted on him getting exceedingly short haircuts, earning him the moniker “Bonehead.”

“Throughout my life, only my mother and father called me Paul,” Arthurs explained. Arthurs dropped out of school in 1981 and went to work as a plasterer. Pleasure and Pain, his first band, formed in 1984. Around this time, he began dating Kate, who would become his future wife.

Paul Arthurs Net Worth: English Musician, Early life, Career, Solo Projects And Lot More

He formed the Rain with his friends Paul “Guigsy” McGuigan, Tony McCarroll, and Chris Hutton in the late 1980s while working as a building contractor.

Career

Oasis: When Hutton was fired, Liam Gallagher was brought in to replace him, and he proposed that the band change their name to Oasis. Gallagher and Arthurs collaborated on a song as co-writers.

However, the band remained unsuccessful until Gallagher persuaded his brother Noel, who had recently returned from working as a roadie with Inspiral Carpets all over the world, to join the band. Noel brought a selection of tunes with him that would go on to make the band famous.

“Live Forever” and “All Around the World” were the first tunes Noel Gallagher played to Arthurs. When Noel played “Champagne Supernova” to the band on their tour bus, Arthurs broke down and cried. On the Definitely Maybe DVD, he stated that “Columbia” was his favorite Oasis song to perform live because it simply has three chords and a hypnotic beat.

Paul Arthurs Net Worth: English Musician, Early life, Career, Solo Projects And Lot More

When Oasis performed “Whatever” on Top of the Pops, they mimed and Arthurs took the place of one of the string section’s cellists. He began conducting with the bow at the end of the song.

Arthurs is a multi-instrumentalist who is credited as playing piano and mellotron on Morning Glory (What’s the Story). She can be seen playing the piano in the music video for “Don’t Look Back in Anger,” as well as in photos in the Definitely Maybe album booklet.

Arthurs was scheduled to deliver lead vocals on the vinyl extra track Bonehead’s Bank Holiday from (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? (named after him). Noel Gallagher sang lead vocals instead of Liam Gallagher because they got drunk on the day of recording the song. Both Arthurs and Liam provide backing vocals on the track.

Paul Arthurs Net Worth: English Musician, Early life, Career, Solo Projects And Lot More

Post-Oasis: During the recording of Oasis’ fourth album, Standing on the Shoulders of Giants, Arthurs departed the band in 1999. In a statement, he stated that he wished to spend more time with his family (his first child, Lucy was born 23 January 1995 and his son, Jude Arthurs was born on 12 August 1997).

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Gem Archer took Arthurs’ place, and she was referred to as a “professional” after that. “It’s hardly Paul McCartney leaving The Beatles,” Noel Gallagher stated, though he also added, “We’ve got to respect their (Bonehead and Guigs’) decision as family guys.” Gallagher has stated on multiple occasions that he harbors no ill will against the former rhythm guitarist and admires his efforts.

Arthurs now resides in Manchester, where he has built a recording studio beneath his home and established Moondog One (called after Johnny and the Moondogs, one of the Beatles’ previous names before their success), which features Mike Joyce and Andy Rourke of The Smiths.

In 2004, Arthurs joined Sek Loso’s new English comrades to play rhythm guitar with them. In search of a label deal, the band toured Asia, Europe, and the United States. For the first time since leaving Oasis eight years prior, Arthurs had a prominent presence in the North West of England in early 2007.

Paul Arthurs Net Worth: English Musician, Early life, Career, Solo Projects And Lot More

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He and Andy Rourke busked together in Manchester’s Cathedral Gardens to promote cancer awareness and funds for Manchester’s Christie Hospital as part of his support for Andy Rourke’s Versus Cancer fundraiser concert.

The Versus Cancer concert took place at Manchester’s MEN Arena on March 30, 2007. In a two-song concert, Arthurs played bass guitar (rather than his characteristic rhythm guitar from his Oasis days). He was a part of the ‘Electric Milk Band,’ which included former members of the Happy Mondays.

He’s been performing DJ sets in clubs around the world, most recently in London. Songs from Oasis, such as “Live Forever,” as well as collaborations between the Gallagher brothers and Death in Vegas and The Chemical Brothers, are in his playlist.

He also co-hosted a radio show with Terry Christian, Natalie-eve, and Michelle Hussey on BBC Radio Manchester. Members of Happy Mondays, The Smiths, and The Charlatans have all been on the show, which is called Manchester Music.

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Solo Project

Paul Arthurs Net Worth: English Musician, Early life, Career, Solo Projects And Lot More

Arthurs began working on this project alongside Vinny Peculiar in early 2013. (aka Alan Wilkes). In May 2013, Arthurs’ ‘group’ Parlour Flames issued an eponymous album, his first since quitting Oasis.

Badly Drawn Boy’s percussionist Che Beresford and brass player Bob Marsh, as well as Anna Zweck from Samson & Delilah on flute and backing vocals, all contributed to the project.

Arthurs’ most recent collaboration was with singer/songwriter Alex Lipinski, which began in 2014. Cherry Red Records published their EP in May of 2014. There are four tracks on the EP, which is available on vinyl and as a digital download.

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