Lifehouse – 2014 Concert Schedule
Since their debut, Lifehouse has created a number of hit songs and they
have sold millions of albums worldwide. One can't hear the name "Lifehouse" without their famous tune "Hanging By a Moment"
coming to mind. The massively successful single held the number 1 spot on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart for three
solid weeks, and it spent a whopping 20 weeks in the top 10. Despite their enormous success, the band remains as personable
as ever, and their concerts are known to be a really great time. If you remember hearing their songs for the first time on
the radio, just imagine how thrilling it will be to finally experience them live in concert! With songs like "You and Me"
and "First Time," you and your friends will be able to dance the night away to the upbeat, rock tunes. When Lifehouse visits
your city during their concert tour, be sure to check out their must-see show.
of Lifehouse were overnight stars when their debut album, "No Name Face," was released in 2000. Backed by popular songs like
"Hanging By a Moment," "Sick Cycle Carousel," and "Breathing," the album went on to sell over four million copies worldwide.
The album also charted well around the world, reaching number 6 on the Billboard 200, number 7 on the New Zealand Albums Chart,
number 2 on the Danish Albums Chart, and number 4 on the Canadian Albums Chart. With their phenomenally successful debut album,
Lifehouse was quickly thrust into fame, and their songs enjoyed a great deal of airplay on radio stations around the country.
In fact, "Hanging By a Moment" was one of the most frequently played songs at the time, and it was later named the number
1 song of the year.
After returning from a tour to support their debut album, Lifehouse quickly began working on their
next album, "Stanley Climbfall." Their second album was also met with success, having sold over 2 million copies worldwide.
The album produced the popular hits "Spin" and "Take Me Away." By 2005, Lifehouse had released their third album. The self-titled
album reached the number 10 position on the Billboard 200 chart, and it sold over 60,000 copies in just its first week, eventually
going gold. Songs like "You and Me" and "Blind" helped push the popularity of the album, and fans couldn't get enough of their
Lifehouse continued to release several more records, including their fourth, titled "Who We Are." Their
fourth album featured a harder rock sound, and the single "First Time" reached the number 3 position on the Hot Adult Top
40 Charts. Another single from the album, "Broken," also went on to appear in a number of television shows, including Criminal
Minds, The Hills, Grey's Anatomy, and One Tree Hill. With their multitude of radio-friendly hits and catchy tunes over the
years, Lifehouse has remained as popular as they were since their debut, and now you have the opportunity to catch their live
show during this concert season.
Lifehouse's Breakthrough Album
Lifehouse's debut breakthrough album was
an enormous success, and it helped clear the way for the many more successful albums that would follow. "No Name Face" spawned
some of the most popular radio hits during the year of its release, and the album has since sold millions of copies. In addition
to their amazing success commercially and on the charts, Lifehouse's music continues to be featured in a variety of films
and television shows, including Smallville, Cold Case, Gavin & Stacey, The 4400, Scrubs, Boston Legal, Grey's Anatomy,
and many more.
Did you know that Lifehouse first started out as a church band?
initially started out as a church rock band, and they would often play during church worship services. Eventually, they caught
the attention of DreamWorks Records, who would later sign them. From church band to selling out venues, Lifehouse sure has
come a long way since their humble beginnings.
If you're a longtime fan of Lifehouse, then
you're in luck, because the band is slated to perform live in concert this year and you don't want to miss out on the fun.
As tunes like "Hanging By a Moment," "Whatever It Takes," "Breathing," and "Sick Cycle Carousel" fill the venue, you will
be reminded of why you became a fan in the first place. If you never had a chance to check out Lifehouse in concert years
ago, there's no better time than now, because this band just keeps getting better and better. So what are you waiting for?
To experience one of the best pop-rock bands around, be sure to visit StubHub today to get your Lifehouse concert tickets,
and get ready to have the time of your life!