Lifehouse is a rock band that formed in Los Angeles, Calif., in 1996 and rose to prominence in 2001 with the release of "Hanging By A Moment," which Billboard proclaimed the Hot 100 Single of the Year after it spent 20 weeks in the Top 10. The band has released seven studio albums to date, and No Name Face, the first album, remains its most popular. Lifehouse's singles have regularly been used in popular media, including TV shows and commercials.
The band formed in 1996 under the name Blyss, and it recorded its first demo in 1998. In 2000, the members changed the name to Lifehouse shortly before releasing its debut album, No Name Face. The band experienced quick success as the album rose to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified double platinum. The popularity of the album is attributed to the breakthrough single, "Hanging By A Moment." Singles "Everything" and "You And Me" were featured in "Smallville." Stanley Climbfall came next in 2002 and featured the singles "Spin" and "Take Me Away." In 2005, Lifehouse released its self-titled album, which saw success similar to that of its debut. "You And Me" was the lead single from the album, and it remained on the Billboard Hot 100 for longer than all but four other songs ever. It marked the band's second Top 10 album as well. 2007's Who We Are peaked at No. 14. This is the first time that all of the singles from a Lifehouse album experienced commercial success. "Broken," "Whatever It Takes" and "First Time" all spent time on the Billboard Hot 100. "Broken" was featured on episodes of "One Tree Hill," "Grey's Anatomy" and "Criminal Minds." 2010's Smoke & Mirrors contained the first collaboration on a Lifehouse album, a duet with Chris Daughtry of Daughtry. The lead single, "Halfway Gone," had the most commercial success, peaking at No. 50 on the Billboard Hot 100. 2012's Almeria featured more collaborations. Most notable is a duet with Natasha Bedingfield on the album's sole single, "Between The Raindrops." Lifehouse went on hiatus and changed its lineup before releasing 2015's Out Of The Wasteland. This was the band's first independent album, containing the singles "Flight" and "Hurricane," and it peaked at No. 26. Lifehouse has toured a least once a year since this release.
Where can I buy Lifehouse tickets?
You can purchase tickets for all upcoming Lifehouse concerts at StubHub, the world's largest ticketing marketplace.
Will Lifehouse tour in 2019?
There's no large-scale tour planned for 2019, but Lifehouse will play a few sporadic shows throughout the summer.
Who are the members of Lifehouse?
For recordings, Lifehouse is a trio, but the band adds a member for touring purposes. Jason Wade is the singer and guitarist as well as the main songwriter for the band. Rick Woolstenhulme Jr. has been the drummer and percussionist since 2000. The most recent lineup change was in 2004 when Bryce Soderberg became the band's bassist. For tours, Lifehouse brings in a lead guitarist. Since 2014, this has been Steve Stout.
What songs are on Lifehouse's setlist?
Since Lifehouse hasn't released new music recently, the setlist is more crowd-pleasing than pushing new music. "You and Me" and "Hanging By A Moment" are both usually saved for the encore performance, so make sure you stay until the end of the show to hear these favorites. The setlist also usually includes "Spin," "Halfway Gone," "First Time," "Sick Cycle Carousel," "Whatever It Takes" and "Broken."
Will Lifehouse make any festival appearances in 2019?
Lifehouse will be performing on the main stage on Sunday, Sept. 15, the final day of the KAABOO Music Festival in Del Mar, Calif.
Who will Lifehouse tour with?
Lifehouse has not announced the musicians it will tour with next. Bands it has toured with recently include Collective Soul and Switchfoot.Back to Top
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