March 27, 2017

Ferry Corsten Net Worth

Ferry Corsten Net Worth: Ferry Corsten (born 4 December 1973) is a Dutch DJ, record producer and remixer, the majority of his music has been trance. He is well known for producing many pioneering trance tracks and albums during the 1990s–2000s under his numerous aliases, including System F,[2] Moonman[3] and Gouryella.[4] In recent years, he has shifted to a broader electronic music style, playing everything from progressive house to melodic trance; and hosts his own weekly radio show, Corsten’s Countdown.[5] He routinely plays at events and festivals all over the world including Electric Daisy Carnival,[6] Tomorrowland,[7] and many others. In 2004, Ferry Corsten ranked number 5 on DJ Mag[8] (entering at number 77 in 1999

2012–present: WKND, Once Upon A Night Vol. 3 & 4 and the return of Gouryella
In February 2012, Ferry Corsten released a full-length artist album, WKND (Flashover Recordings), comprising notable songs including “Not Coming Down” (featuring Betsie Larkin); “Live Forever” (featuring Aruna); “Ain’t No Stoppin'” (featuring Ben Hague); “Brute” with Armin van Buuren; “Check It Out” and “Feel It”. The album was distributed by Ultra Records in the US.[92]

Ferry Corsten stars in a series of professionally produced, original videos titled WKNDR (pronounced “weekender”) where he speaks directly to viewers from various scenes around the world. The WKNDR series shows Corsten backstage and onstage at large nightclub and concert venues as well as festivals; the series also takes viewers into his private studio for a behind-the-scenes look at music production.[93]

The 250th episode of Corsten’s Countdown (April 11, 2012) was broadcast live, worldwide, for the duration of the unprecedented eight-hour show beamed out from the studios of Sirius XM Radio in New York City. The Corsten’s Countdown show is aired in more than 40 countries and the CC250 broadcast became a Twitter trending topic three times during that eight-hour broadcast during which time Ferry Corsten took live requests from around the world via a specially designed interactive website, Twitter and Facebook.[94][95]

In May 2012, Ferry Corsten launched a new monthly mixshow titled Ferry’s Fix. Unlike his Corsten’s Countdown show which is weekly, Ferry’s Fix is a monthly mixshow. Also, unlike Corsten’s Countdown, Ferry’s Fix is a straightforward DJ mix (whereas Corsten’s Countdown is an interactive “countdown” styled show).[96]

Ferry wrote a tune with Chicane and Christian Burns in July 2012 called “One Thousand Suns,” an emotive trance tune[97] that has received airplay from the likes of Armin van Buuren[98] and a very positive fan reaction based on listener call-ins to his weekly Corsten’s Countdown radio show.

On August 31, 2012, Ferry Corsten debuted his “Full On (Hosted by Ferry Corsten)” live show concept in North America at Roseland Ballroom in New York City for the official afterparty for the music festival, Electric Zoo.[99] Ferry’s Full On concept was a series of back-to-back sets with other well-known trance artists taking place at festivals and venues all over the world; including Tomorrowworld, Stereosonic, and Space Ibiza.[65]

In November 2012, Corsten released the third installment to his Once Upon A Night compilation series on Premier (a label joint venture between Flashover Recordings and Black Hole Recordings). The physical release was a double-disc release.[100]

On December 29, 2012, Corsten’s Countdown broadcast another semi-annual 8-hour live and interactive radio broadcast originating from the studios of Sirius XM Radio in New York City. The broadcast was heard worldwide on partner radio stations in more than 40 countries and also on the interactive http://www.CorstensCountdown.com website.[101]

After several spontaneous back to back performances in early 2013, Ferry Corsten and German producer Markus Schulz announced they will be producing and touring together as the new duo, New World Punx.[102] Their debut arena show was held at the Madison Square Garden during A State of Trance 600 and debuted their first single “Romper” during the set.[103] Ferry Corsten also premiered the single during the Corsten’s Countdown show a few days later.

In November 2013, Ferry released the fourth version of his compilation series known as Once Upon a Night 4, through Premier which is a joint venture between Flashover Recordings & Black Hole Recordings.[104][105]

In 2015, Corsten announced the comeback of Gouryella with his release entitled “Anahera.”[106] “Anahera” was awarded the Tune of the Year on Armin van Buuren’s radio show, A State of Trance for the year 2015.[107] Since then, Corsten has played at a few music festivals as Gouryella including Electric Daisy Carnival: New York,[4] Southeast Asian Games (SEA),[108] and Beyond Wonderland.[109] Early 2016 also saw Ferry nominated for two International Dance Music Awards – ‘Best Trance DJ’ and ‘Best Trance Track’ for Anahera.[110] During the summer of 2016, he is taking his Gouryella live project to Ultra Europe, Balaton Sound Festival, and Tomorrowland.[111] On 14 June 2016, Corsten released his newest Gouryella track, “Neba.”[

Ferry Corsten Net Worth: $20 Million

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