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The guitarist for the English pop rock band “The Vamps,” Connor Samuel John Ball, is from England. He quickly became famous after posting his YouTube cover music videos. He joined “The Vamps” in 2012 after being inspired by the bands You Me at Six and All Time Low. On June 25, 2012, the band members finally launched their own channel, The Vamps: Night & Day. As of May 2018, it had 154 million views and 3.1 million members. Connor provides backup vocals, plays the acoustic and electric guitars, and plays the bass guitar. The guys have performed on tour with McFly, Selena Gomez, The Wanted, and other groups. Additionally, they give performances at various gatherings and concerts in the UK. Since establishing their own record company, Steady Records, they have so far put out three studio albums and several successful songs.

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The career of Connor Ball

Connor As a bassist and vocalist, Samuel John Ball joined the British pop-rock group “The Vamps” in 2012. Brad Simpson (the band’s lead vocalist and guitarist), James McVey (the band’s lead guitarist and singer), and Tristan Evans were already members by that time (the drummer and also a singer). By posting their cover tracks on YouTube, the band launched their career that same year. They also signed with Mercury Records in November 2012, which allowed them to travel and support acts like McFly by the following year.

On September 29, 2013, ‘The Vamps’ released their debut song in the UK, “Can We Dance,” which peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart. The album’s first track, “Meet the Vamps,” was released later in April 2014. In January 2014, their second song, “Wild Heart,” was made available. Another success, it reached its peak at number three. A month later, their third song, “Last Night,” was made available on UK radio as well as in the US and Canada.

Due to their success, “The Vamps” teamed up with EMI/Universal to create their own record company, Steady Records. Their second album, “Wake Up,” was released in November 2015, and it’s lead song, also by that name, was made available a month earlier. The first section of “The Vamps'” third record, “Night & Day, the Night Edition,” was released in July 2017 and quickly rose to the top of the UK Albums Chart.

The TV shows “Conan” (2010), “The Vamps & Demi Lovato: Somebody to You (2014),” and “Janoskians: Unseen and Untrue (2015)” all featured Connor.

Biography Connor Samuel John Ball was born to Stuart Stephen and Kelly in Aberdeen, Scotland, on March 15, 1996. Following their divorce, his mother remarried Simon Ball, who brought up him and his younger sibling Lewie in Birmingham. The two stepbrothers he has are Angus and Hamish. Connor developed a love for music at a young age and picked up the instrument at the age of 11.

He owns a bearded dragon called Rex and he adores them. He keeps a pet hamster named Harry and a companion tortoise named Bruce. In addition to having asthma, Connor has an almond and peanut allergy.

Connor Ball Net Worth

One of the wealthiest and most well-known bassists is Connor Ball. Our study of Connor Ball’s net worth from Forbes, Wikipedia, and Business Insider revealed a $5 million figure.