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Charly Coombes is a British singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known as the frontman of the band Supergrass, which he formed with his brother Gaz Coombes in 1993. Charly Coombes was born on 27 December, 1980 in Oxford, England. He is currently 43 years old. Charly Coombes stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m). He has a slim build and weighs around 68 kg. His hair color is dark brown and his eye color is blue. Charly Coombes is currently single. He has not been previously engaged. Charly Coombes began his career in music in 1993 when he formed the band Supergrass with his brother Gaz Coombes. The band released six studio albums and achieved international success with their hit singles “Alright” and “Pumping on Your Stereo”. In 2009, Charly left the band to pursue a solo career. He has since released two solo albums, “The Coombes Collection” in 2011 and “The Coombes Collection II” in 2013. As of 2021, Charly Coombes’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $2 million. He has earned his wealth from his successful career in music.
|John Charles Coombes
|43 years old
|27 December, 1980
|Mountain View, California, United States
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In September 2013 his debut solo album "No Shelter" was released on CD, download & limited edition White vinyl. Coombes is set to release his second solo album "Black Moon" in September 2015.
Coombes grew up in the Oxfordshire village of Wheatley but lived with his family in San Francisco, CA until the age of four. He is the youngest sibling of former Supergrass members Gaz and Rob. In March 2009, Charly married his girlfriend Rayana Macedo in Brazil. They currently reside in São Paulo.
In July 2009, Charly Coombes formed Charly Coombes & The New Breed, consisting of Coombes (lead vocals and keyboards), Jacob Roos (bass guitar and backing vocals), Dave Ashworth (guitars and backing vocals) and Reynaldo Migliavacca (drums). The band spent two months rehearsing Coombes' entire back catalogue and played their first gig at The Bullingdon Arms, Oxford on 25 September 2009. The band played throughout the United Kingdom, United States and Brazil as well as in support slots for The Hotrats, Supergrass and Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders. On 1 February 2010, the band released their debut EP entitled Panic. A second EP entitled Waves was released on 29 November 2010. The band released their third EP, "Noise Control" in November 2011 in Brazil, and in England in Spring 2012.
Coombes also directed and starred in the rockumentary Glange Fever released in August 2008 under the pseudonym Chas Harrison. The film follows the Diamond Hoo Ha Men, Duke Diamond and Randy Hoo Ha as they tour the country. In December 2008 he also put together a short film, only available on YouTube, about life behind the curtain on the Supergrass American Tour during July 2008.
In 2004 Charly joined Sleaford band 22-20s, who had recently re-located to Oxford, as keyboard player; the band released one self-titled album and supported Oasis during their 2005 tour before splitting up in 2006 (the band reformed between 2008 and 2013 without Coombes). Following the split of 22-20s, Coombes filled in for Supergrass' keyboard player Rob Coombes during the Supergrass Road to Rouen European and North American tours 2005/2006 and substituted for three gigs during bassist Mick Quinn's injury in September 2007. His most recent endeavor is Charly Coombes and The New Breed, who have recorded and released two EPs. He was also a member of the bands Tumbleweed (who signed a deal with Polydor Records in 1998), Four Way Trauma and in 2006 Missing Pieces with Richard Walters. He accompanied Supergrass throughout 2008 and 2009 for the Diamond Hoo Ha World tour playing second guitar, backing vocals and percussion.
John Charles "Charly" Coombes (born 27 December 1980 in Mountain View, California) is an American-born English singer/songwriter, musician and filmmaker.