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Lifehouse - The Official Lifehouse Website
Lifehouse is a alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California best known for their mega hits 'Hanging By A Moment' & 'You And Me'. Catch Lifehouse on tour soon! Lifehouse has toured arenas with the likes of the Rolling Stones, Pearl Jam and Matchbox Twenty.
Lifehouse (band) - Wikipedia
Lifehouse is an American rock band from Los Angeles comprising Jason Wade (lead vocals, guitar), Rick Woolstenhulme Jr. (drums, percussion) and Bryce Soderberg (bass, vocals). The band came to mainstream prominence in 2001 with the hit single "Hanging by a Moment" from their debut studio album No Name Face.The song was number one for three weeks on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and ...
Lifehouse - You And Me (Official Video)
Music video by Lifehouse performing You And Me. (C) 2005 Geffen Records #Lifehouse #YouAndMe #Vevo.
Lifehouse on Amazon Music
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Lifehouse music, videos, stats, and photos | Last.fm
Lifehouse is a post-grunge band pioneered by lead singer and songwriter Jason Wade. In the last 14 years, Lifehouse has released six albums, debuting with the multi-platinum album No Name Face in the year 2000.
Lifehouse (@lifehouse) | Twitter
The latest Tweets from Lifehouse (@lifehouse). Greatest Hits Collection out now! Tweets by @JasonWadeMusic @BryceSoderberg + @RickYWjr. Los Angeles
Lifehouse - Hanging By A Moment (Official Video)
Music video by Lifehouse performing Hanging By A Moment. (C) 2004 Dreamworks Records #Lifehouse #HangingByAMoment #Vevo.
Lifehouse - Lifehouse [Enhanced CD] - Amazon.com Music
Product Description. Lifehouse are back with a new album and a hit song. First week out at radio their first single 'You And Me' is the #1 most added at Adult Top 40.
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Lifehouse (rock opera) - Wikipedia
Lifehouse was a science fiction rock opera by the Who intended as a follow-up to Tommy.It was abandoned as a rock opera in favour of creating the traditional rock album Who's Next, though its songs would appear on various albums and singles by the Who, as well as Pete Townshend 's solo albums. In 1978, aspects of the Lifehouse project were revisited by the Who on Who Are You.