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Rick Beato Biography – Rick Beato Wiki
Rick Beato is an American musician, songwriter, audio engineer, record producer, and YouTube personality. He has written songs and produced music for several acts including Need to breathe, Parmalee, and Shinedown. Rick has a huge following on his youtube channel which has 1.84 million subscribers. He graduated with a bachelor’s in music from Ithaca College, he also has a master’s degree specialized in classical bass and jazz guitar from the New England Conservatory of Music. Rick has his own merchandise which sells online through rickbeato.com.
The merchandise deals with custom-made books, CD’s, PDF’s, T-shirt, hoodies, and other accessories with different stickers and prints. He started playing bass and orchestra playing the cello when he was in third grade and started playing guitar when he was 13 years old, his early age has helped him in his career success. On May 23, 2006, he started his youtube channel and uploaded his first video titled “Dylan sings the Excavator Song. He is also a college professor in Music and a member of the Board of Directors at The GLOBE Academy dual-language immersion charter school in Atlanta, GA. His youtube channel has gained him a lot of popularity.
Rick Beato Age
He celebrates his birthday on April 24, every year he has not disclosed the year he was born.
Rick Beato Wife
He is married to Nina. They have three kids together, Rick has kept his wife’s information private as he has not posted her in his famous social media platforms.
Rick Beato YouTube
On May 23, 2006, he started his youtube channel, and uploaded his first video titled “Dylan sings the Excavator Song.” He has been posting about music on his youtube channel. His youtube channel has about 1.84 million subscribers, and it’s his main source of income. He mostly posts music.
Rick Beato Height
He has a standing height of 6 feet and 2 inches (1,88m) tall.
Rick Beato Net Worth
Rick’s net worth is estimated to be $1 million.
Rick Beato Instagram
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From my testimony before the Senate subcommittee on IP and Fair Use this morning. I was reading so I’m not looking at the camera. It’s a little different than doing a livestream on Chromatic Mediant Modulations 🙂 #rickbeato #senatehearing #senatejudiciarycommittee #youtuber #youtubers