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Brendon Urie is known as an American singer. He is most famous for being the lead singer of Panic! at the Disco.
Brendon Boyd Urie was born on April 12, 1987 in St. George, UT. His folks, Boyd and Grace Urie are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. At 17 years old, he left the religion since he was disappointed with the congregation and didn't put stock in its philosophy. Urie met future Panic! at the Disco bassist Brent Wilson when he went to Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas as they were both in the same guitar class. Brendon was approached by Wilson to go for a band that he was in on the grounds that they required a substitution guitarist. From giving it a shot, he turned into a member of the band playing the bass guitar.
Brendon Urie turned into the lead vocalist of Panic! at the Disco even though he initially tried out for the role of lead guitarist. Before Brendon came onto the scene, Ryan Ross was the lead singer. Intrigued with his vocal capacities, the band chose to make Brendon the lead singer. They released 6 studio album collections with Brendon Urie as the lead singer. Their first album collection, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out was released in 2005, with the single 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' getting the album collection up to 1.8 million total sales.
Their subsequent collection, Pretty. Odd. Was released in 2008, and Brendon wrote two of the tracks himself; 'I Have Friends in Holy Spaces' and 'Folkin' Around.' He also wrote the melody 'New Perspective' for the film soundtrack of Jennifer's Body. The band's third collection, Vices and Virtues was released in 2011. The fourth album collection, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! was released in 2013. On the Billboard 200, the collection appeared at number 2.
Brendon Urie met his wife, Sarah Orzechowski on a radio show. Eight months after the primary gathering, they met again when Hayley Williams from Paramore carried Sarah to one of Brendon Urie's shows. Brendon Urie proposed to Sarah Orzechowski in 2011. They got married two years later in April 2013.
Brendon has admitted that he has explored different avenues regarding men and that his wife is comfortable with his open sexuality. He portrayed himself as pansexual, expressing that despite the fact that he's married to a lady and adores her profoundly he isn't against being with a man.
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