Album: Who We Are (4th Album)
2. First Time
3. Whatever It Takes
4. Who We Are
6. The Joke
7. Easier To Be
8. Make Me Over
11. Learn You Inside Out
Album: Lifehouse (3rd Album)
1. Come Back Down
2. You and Me
4. All In All
5. Better Luck Next Time
6. Days Go By
7. Into The Sun
9. We'll Never Know
10. Walking Away
11. Chapter One
12. The End Has Only Begun
Album: Stanley Climbfall (2nd Album)
3. Sky Is Falling
5. Am I Ever Gonna Find Out
6. Stanley Climbfall
7. Out of Breath
8. Just Another Name
9. Take Me Away
10. My Precious
11. Empty Space
12. The Beginning
13. How Long
14. Sky Is Falling (Acoustic Version)
15. Take Me Away (Acoustic Version)
Album: No Name Face (Debut Album)
1. Hanging By A Moment
2. Sick Cycle Carousel
4. Somebody Else's Song
6. Only One
8. Cling and Clatter
11. Somewhere In Between
The band members full names:
Sergio Miguel Andrade
Jason Michael Wade
Rick Robert Woolstenhulme
Bryce Dane Soderberg
Lifehouse's debut album was named after a track which failed to make the final cut for the record.
Serge was going to college to be a vet, but put it on hold to be in Lifehouse
Jason was born in Calabassas, CA Serge was born in Guatemala Rick was born in Aurora, Colorado
Lifehouse Band Members Birthdays:
Rick's birthday September 20
Sergio's birthday October 17
Jason's birthday July 5
Lifehouse's song Everything was played on the series premiere of the show Smallville.
Lifehouse preformed their song First Time on Dick Clark's Rocking New Year's Eve show.
Hanging by a Moment-2000
Sick Cycle Carousel-2001
Take Me Away-2002
You and Me-2005
Whatever It Takes-2007
From Where You Are-2007
Lifehouse released their own version of the holiday song Silent Night.
Lifehouse performed Blind live on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Their song First Time topped at #3 on the Hot Adult Top 40 Charts.
If he had an opportunity to play with an artist who had passed on, Jason would want to open for Elliot Smith or John Lennon.
Though they usually eat a lot of Subway while on the road touring, Jason admits that one of their favorite restaurants is Morton's Steakhouse.
Jason Wade was given a customized Gibson guitar by Kiefer Sutherland, an avid Gibson collector and owner of Iron Works, the recording studio where music video for First Time was made.
Lifehouse did a cover of the song Beast of Burden by The Rolling Stones. They also opened for them in a concert in 2004.
In their spare time, the band likes to play Texas Hold 'Em.
Among the artists they would like to tour with include U2, Coldplay, Radiohead, Death Cab For Cutie, The Shins and Keane.
The music video of Blind wanted to capture through someone else's eyes how it is to be in a dysfunctional family.
From Where You Are was featured in the Friday Night Light's Season 2 episode "Backfire".
Disarray was played in the 3rd season episode of The Hills named "A Night At The Opera".
Lifehouse' song First Time was featured in a Season 3 episode of Ghost Whisperer entitled "Unhappy Medium".
The song Broken was played in Season 3 of Criminal Minds.
All in All was featured on the episode "My Coffee" in Season 6 of the TV show Scrubs.
Their second single from their album, Who We Are is Whatever It Takes.
Lifehouse released two Christmas singles.
1:From Where you Are
Who We Are has sold 426,928 copies in the US.
You and Me was featured on the TV show So You Think You Can Dance. It was also played in the TV shows Grey's Anatomy, Cold Case and Smallville.
Who We Are debuted on the U.S. Billboard 200 at number 14, selling 49,000 copies in its first week.
Their song First Time debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 48.
Their first single of their album Who We Are is First Time.
Lifehouse has also covered the Keane single Somewhere Only We Know.
Lifehouse's two labels are DreamWorks and Geffen.
Former members of Lifehouse include:
Jon "Diff" Palmer
Their songs You and Me and Everything have been featured in episodes of Smallville. Other songs which were played on the CW show include Blind, Breathing, Come Back Down, Hanging By A Moment, Take Me Away, and Undone.
Their album Lifehouse has reached number 10 Billboard 200 album chart.
In 2000, their song Hanging by a Moment was the most played song on radio that year.
Their song Hanging by a Moment has reached number 2 on the US Singles chart.
In 1999, they released an EP called Diff's Lucky Day as Blyss.
Their song Hanging by a Moment was on the album Buzz Ballads.
Lifehous has said that Keane is their favorite band.
Their song You and Me reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
In 2005, their song You and Me was the wedding song of the year.
Their song You and Me, spent 62 weeks on the Billboard Top 100 chart.
Their third album Lifehouse was certified Gold by the RIAA.
Their second album Stanley Climbfall was certified Gold by the RIAA.
Their first album No Name Face was certified double Platinum by the RIAA.
Lifehouse has been told that they resemble Live and Matchbox 20, but Wade claims that Lifehouse is entirely original.
Although all the members are Christians and their songs are based on spiritual searching, they claim that they dont want to be thought of as just a Christian band.
Lifehouse first used "Blyss" as the name of their band. But they had to change it when they couldn't copyright that name because someone else already used it.
Hangin' by a Moment won a Billboard Music Award for Hot 100 Single of the Year in 2001.
Lifehouse's lead singer Jason Wade used to attend Malibu Vineyard Church.
Hanging by a Moment was labeled the Most Played Song of 2001.
Lifehouse includes Jason Wade (Vocals, Guitar) and Rick Woolstenhulme (Drums). There were several others that served in the band, but left in 2004.
No Name Face (2000)
Stanley Climbfall (2002)
Who We Are(2007)
Jason Wade: Nobody can get our name right. Four different radio stations in a row called us Licehouse.
Rick: Yeah, the original drummer left the band. I joined the band a little over a year ago. I was rehearsing with another band next door to these guys. Me and J used to pass each other all the time in the hallway. So we never
properly met. And then I ended up being fired from the band I was playing in. I don't know why I got fired. I sucked, I guess!
Rick Woolstenhulme: I think we're a band that definitely strives on lyrical content, but we try to have strong points in more than just one thing. Like, the music, the sound of the songs, the feel of the tracks. We try to just make timeless music where it can connect with people, basically.
Rick Woolstenhulme: I think any painter that has been doing it for a good amount of time is not going to go, well tonight I'm just going to paint a big picture of Mickey Mouse. I mean, maybe, but at the end of the day I think that person would be more happy painting something that is going to be creatively stimulating, or is going to push people a little bit. Make people look at it and get effected in some way.