Drake Maxwell Levinshefski Net Worth, Income

Drake Maxwell Levinshefski Net Worth

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$85’000’000. *This information was provided by Mabelle, 26 years old. From Lebanon, Maine
$38’000’000. *This information was provided by Edita, 23 years old. From West Wardsboro, Vermont

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1,77m.*This information was provided by Madel Whittlesey-First, 52 years old. From Crossville, Illinois.
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Birth date and age[BOD]: August 17, 1946

Death date: 2009-07-04

The place of birth (POB): Chicago, Illinois, USA

Profession: Actor, Soundtrack
Drake Maxwell Levinshefski (August 17, 1946 – July 4, 2009) was an American musician who performed under the stage name Drake Levin. He was best known as the guitarist for Paul Revere & the Raiders.Levin joined the group when he was 16 years old, which earned him the nickname The Kid from Paul Revere. His addition helped establish Paul Revere and the Raiders as a premier showband in the Northwest United States. Levins performances included synchronized dance steps, playing on his knees, standing on his amplifier and playing his guitar behind his head. After a performance at Seattles Spanish Castle Ballroom, a young man who had watched from the front of the stage all evening approached Drake. He said that Drakes playing had inspired him and said he was a really good showman. As Drake thanked him and they shook hands, Drake asked the young man his name and he replied, Jimi Hendrix.The Raiders became a national teen sensation from their daily television exposure on the ABC television show Where The Action Is. It was during that time that Levin and the Raiders produced many hit records. Levins blues-based guitar style helped drive the bands raw, edgy sound. Levins synchronized dance steps and stage antics with fellow Raider bassist Phil Fang Volk earned the pair the nickname The Twins. In 1966, Levin left the performing version of the band to fulfill his military service obligation by joining the National Guard. This enabled him to continue recording in the studio with the group during his time off. Levins guitar work and backilogramround vocals can be heard on Raiders albums through The Spirit of 67, although his name and photo do not appear on the album cover with the band. Jim Harpo Valley had stepped into Levins place on the Raiderstelevision and concert performances, thus Valleys photo appears with the band on that particular album.When Volk became ill and could not tour, Levin stepped in to cover for his friend on a few dates, filling in for Volk on bass. When Levins performing replacement, Valley, decided to leave the band after a little over a year with the group, Levin again rejoined the Raiders to help them finish their spring 1967 tour. Levin was to perform with the Raiders on the Ed Sullivan Show on April 30, 1967, but band leader Paul Revere was upset at the pending departure of Volk and drummer Mike Smitty Smith and believed Levin to be partially responsible. Unknown to the group, Revere had hired a replacement guitarist, Freddy Weller, to perform with the group on the Sullivan show, leaving Levin to watch the Raiders only Ed Sullivan Show performance as a spectator.

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