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One of the things Jason hasn't figured out is how Lifehouse - which also includes bassist Sergio Andrade and drummer Rick Woolstenhulme (self-described 'guitar guy' Stuart Mathis, who played on Lifehouse's early demos, joins the band onstage) - went from playing a few college shows to sharing the road with Pearl Jam, Fuel, Everclear and matchbox twenty.

Perhaps even more incomprehensible is how this recently obscure Los Angles band scored a #1hit on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart, with 'Hanging By A Moment,' only ten weeks after the release of their debut album, No Name Face (issued Oct. 31, 2000, on DreamWorks Records). Jason, Sergio and Rick were equally incredulous at the appearance of their song 'Everything' on the popular TV show 'Roswell.'

With somber, smoothed-out, sentimental melodies, Lifehouse push the boundaries of Post-Grunge just enough to keep from sounding too much like the hordes of other bands vying for airtime on MTV. With their anger under control, Lifehouse's songs are easier to digest and destined to move more units.
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Aug 29 Tue 7:30 PM Lifehouse & Switchfoot Ravinia Pavilion
Highland Park, IL
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The pop/rock quartet Lifehouse featured singer/songwriter Jason Wade, who originally tagged the band Blyss during the group's initial 1996 conception. After playing in various music scenes in Seattle and Portland, Wade brought Lifehouse to life in Los Angeles. Their thick sound was compared to Live and Matchbox Twenty, but Wade insisted Lifehouse was entirely original. They inked a deal with Dreamworks after years of gigging in L.A., and released their debut album No Name Face in fall 2000. The album became a hit behind the single 'Hanging By a Moment.', which was the most played radio track of 2001, and its success inspired the band to step back inside the studio. With Brendan O'Brien at the boards, Wade and drumming collaborator Rick Woolstenhulme recorded Stanley Climbfall throughout the spring and summer of 2002; it was released on Dreamworks the following September. Lifehouse returned in early 2005 with their self-titled third album. For the touring that followed its release, Wade and Woolstenhulme were joined by ex-AM Radio bassist/vocalist Bryce Soderberg.
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