Is an alternative rock band from U.S. Malibu, California.
Currently components are Jason Wade, lead singer, songwriter and guitarist, Rick Woolstenhulme, drummer, BryceSoderberg, bassist and Ben Carey, guitarist, this being the last to join the band recently.
Lifehouse is one of those groups in which the leader is the great banner. Wade is the onlyoriginal components left in the group, composer, guitarist and singer. His distinctive voice is the most distinctive element of the band.
The origin of the group must be at Blyss, Jason created a band ofyoung, under the tutelage of that would be after his producer, Ron Aniello. In 1996 he created his first and only album, Diff's Lucky Day, which was published in 1999. The California group, withreligious origins, drew the attention of the music section of DreamWorks, who would soon sign them and to focus the image of the Jason group.
It is considerably a group that leads to reflection on theiralbum entitled "Stanley Climbfall" whose songs "Spin" and "Take Me Away" achieved an unexpected success and acceptance reached.
2000–02: No Name Face
In 2000, Lifehouse entered the recordingstudio to record their first major label release. Five of the twelve tracks from previous demo Diff's Lucky Day were remixed and released on No Name Face. Because of front man Jason Wade's charismaand talent, DreamWorks Records focused their sights solely on him, and by the time the debut album was released on October 31, 2000, Wade and Andrade were the only remaining founding members. Shortlyafter recording the first album, Rick Woolstenhulme, Jr. replaced Jon Palmer on drums.
The song "Everything" was used in both the pilot and first-season finale episodes of the future hit WB drama,Smallville, and would go on to be placed on the series' first soundtrack (Smallville: The Talon Mix). This began the long-standing affair between the band and the series, as Lifehouse would go on to...