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Dalton was homeschooled. Since the age of 12 he attended the School of Rock in Dallas.
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✎edit Family, Mother, Father, Wife & Husbands, Kids
Father: his father’s name is Kiva Jackson Rapattoni.
Mother: his mother's name is Fran Rapattoni.
Siblings: he has a sister.
Wives and kids: he has no children and he is also not married.
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Sexual orientation: straight.
He has dated the girl with a Twitter nickname Smiley_TheRiley. His current relationship status in not known.
✎edit Dalton Rapattoni Money, Net Worth
His estimated net worth is $ 1.2 million.
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Place of living: he lives now in Austin, Texas.
Cars: he drives a black Chevrolet.
Bepper (Youtube Stars)
Sydney the coral girl (TikTok (Musical.ly Stars))
Julianne Hough (Famous Dancers)
Zara Larsson (Music Stars)
Caspar Lee (Youtube Stars)
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He moved to Los Angeles on his own to start a music career.
- The musical instrument he plays is the guitar.
- He was in ‘IM5’ with Cole Pendery.
- He was auditioned for ‘IM5’ at the age of 15.
- On the ‘American Idol’ he lost only to Trent Harmon and La'Porsha Renae.
- He worked with Tyler James Williams under the song ‘Don't Run Away’.
- Fans love his sarcastic sense of humor.
- He has never been outside the US.
✎edit Misc Questions
Why didn’t he attend a regular school?
When Dalton was nine years old, doctors in Texas diagnosed that he had a bipolar disorder. They did sufficient medical treatment on him, and he was taken from school. Hopefully, this time Dalton feels all right.
What is ‘Fly Away Hero’?
After his graduation from School of Rock he started a rock band with his friends. It was called ‘Fly Away Hero’. The guys were quite successful and recorded three albums together.
Who encouraged him to be a musician?
His grandmother has always seen Dalton’s interest in music and encouraged him to sing and compose songs. When he was 11 she enrolled him to guitar lessons that he enjoyed greatly. That was how he believed in his own talent and felt more confident to perform in front of people.