Richard Delvecchio Net Worth

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Richard Delvecchio Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Richard Delvy (April 20, 1942 – February 6, 2010) was an American music entrepreneur. He started in the music business as a drummer who played with The Bel-Airs and took his experience to broader appeal with The Challengers who were in the forefront of the surf music explosion in southern California. He also worked as a composer, arranger, music manager, producer and music publisher. He owned the rights to several iconic surf and rock songs including "Wipe Out", "Mr. Moto" and "Chick-A-Boom (Don't Ya Jes' Love It)". He is well known as being one of the first pioneers of surf music.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthApril 20, 1942
Place Of BirthBridgeport, Connecticut, USA
ProfessionMusic Department, Soundtrack, Actor
Star SignTaurus
1Some of surf music's been real good to me because I've been involved in a lot of records, everything from "Pipeline" to "Boss" to some of those things, but accidentally I kept the rights to "Wipeout," and that particular copyright has been wonderful for me. At times, it's kept me eating. I wish I had ten of 'em.
1The drummer for California's first surf band, the Bel-Airs, who went on to lead a similar group, the Challengers, after the Bel-Air's breakup in 1961.

Music Department

Oliver Twist1974music arranger: songs / producer: songs
My Favorite Martians1973TV Series producer: title song - 1973
Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids1972TV Series music producer
Aesop's Fables1971TV Movie music producer
Sabrina and the Groovie Goolies1970TV Series song producer - 16 episodes


Plump Fiction1997writer: "Mr. Moto"
The Green Slime1968arranger: "Green Slime" - uncredited
For Those Who Think Young1964performer: "I'm Gonna Walk All Over This Land"


For Those Who Think Young1964'I'm Gonna Walk All Over This Land' Performer


Aesop's Fables1971TV Movie

Known for movies

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