Alec John Such is an American musician whose net worth was over $10 million and is best known for being the former brass guitarist of Bon Jovi.
On November 14, 1952, Alec was born in Yonkers, New York, and was popular as a former bassist for the band Bon Jovi from 1983 to 1951.
The 70-year-old played on Bon Jovi's self-titled debut studio album in 1984 and their 1985 album 7800 Fahrenheit.
The former bassist also played on the Bon Jovi albums Slippery When Wet in 1986, which reached #1 in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Finland, and Switzerland.
After leaving the band, Alec managed the band 7th Heaven and he owns a motorcycle shop in New York City and joined Bon Jovi at Gaint Stadium in 2001 before retiring from music.
Alec John Such Net Worth
Alec John died wealthy as he had a net worth of more than $10 million in 2022.
The musician gained both fame and wealth in his career.
The band Bon Jovi shared the post with the memories of Alec John Such on Twitter.
Alec will always be remembered, and his masterpiece will always remain in our hearts.
The income source of Alec comes from his profession as a musician and guitarist.
Alec John Such Relationships And Affairs
The American bass player is not dating anyone as of 2022.
Like most celebrities, Alec John Such also tries to keep his love life private and focus on professionalism.
According to CelebsCouple, Alec John Such has been in at least two previous relationships, but he has not been engaged before.
In 1989, Alec had been in a relationship with Jane Books, and in 1984, he had an encounter with Rita Rae Roxx.
How Did He Die?
Alec John Such, a founding member of Bon Jovi, died at 70 on June 5, 2022.
Jon Bon Jovi announced on social media on June 5 his death, but the cause of death is as yet unknown.
Jon Bon Jovi posted," We are heartbroken to hear the news of the passing of our friend Alec. As a founding member of Bon Jovi, Alec was integral to the band's formation."
Further, Jon said, "To be honest, we found our way to each other thru him. Alec was a childhood friend of Tico and brought Richie to see us perform. He was always wild and full of life. Today these special memories bring a smile to my face and a tear to my eye. We will miss him dearly."