Ronnie Radke, also known as Ronald Joseph Radke, was born in December 1953. He is most widely known for being a founding member and current lead vocalist for the band Falling in Reverse, and is the former vocalist and founding member of the band Escape the Fate. His career has allowed him to explore his abilities as a musician, songwriter and producer. Today, Radke has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Radke was part of Escape the Fate from the time the band began. However, due to personal differences with his bandmates, he left the group in 2008. He decided this was the best opportunity to begin a new band with Nason Schoeffler. The original name of the band was From Behind These Walls, but the duo eventually decided to rename the band Falling in Reverse. The band released their first single in 2010, followed by the release of their album in 2011. The next single from a new album was released in May 2013, with the album following behind just a few months later.
In 2013, Radke released a solo song, “The Fairweather Fans,” which was dedicated to the people in his life that never believed in him. A month later, he released another solo song. Right now, there are no plans to release a solo album, and no additional albums with his group are scheduled for release.
One of Radke’s most popular opinions is regarding the treatment of homosexuals in the Christian church. He states that Christians were discriminatory against homosexuals before the 1990s but became accepting of them later on.
Radke was previously engaged to aspiring model, Crissy Henderson. The couple has a daughter, named Willow. After Willow was born, the duo broke off the engagement. Ronnie Radke has not released a single in 2016 yet.