Lifehouse Aim For Spaghetti Western Feel On New Video
... of those Western ghost towns where they used to film all of those Westerns." Wade said since the band couldn't go to Spain themselves the location seemed like the next best thing. "The video is essentially a performance piece. Natasha [Bedingfield], myself and the band appear in different vignettes and there's an ominous storm that's coming towards the camera," he said. Watch the video here and read more comments. Radio.com is an official news provider for antiMusic.com. Copyright Radio.com/CBS Local - Excerpted here with permission. Lifehouse
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Colton Dixon Goes Hard on Debut Album, Writes Songs With Lifehouse Frontman | Billboard
... them. There are a lot of good ones to choose from." Dixon says fans can expect his forthcoming release to showcase his "whole wardrobe:" "It starts off really hard and heavy with a song called 'Noise.' It's very theatrical. It feels like you're in downtown New York when listening to it. There are some softer more tender moments, like 'Let Them See You' and a song called 'Rise.' 'You Are' is even a little more dialed back but there are some other songs that will melt your face. They are so hard and heavy, which is fun." Colton Dixon Goes Hard on Debut Album, Writes Songs With Lifehouse
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Lifehouse's Jason Wade Talks Songwriting, Almería
... mine when I was in Nashville doing pre-production for a couple years for a tour. That was one of those rare moments too where the song was being channeled from another place. I think I was just really absorbing some of the emotions and feelings that a friend of mine was going through. I transmuted them and made them my own. I feel as much a part of the song as the person I was writing it about. Same thing live, it takes on this epic nature and you can see it moving people. Next: Lifehouse
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Jason Wade (vocals, guitar)
Sergio Andrade (bass) 196-2004
Rick Woolstenhulme (drums)
Stuart Mathis (touring guitarist)
Sean Woolstenhulme (guitar) 2002-2004
Bryce Soderberg (bass) 2005-
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Both Andrade's and Wade's parents were Christian missionaries. Andrade lived in Guatemala with his parents; Wade traveled to such foreign locales as Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, and California.
These boys were originally named Bliss, but after a fan confused it with the word piss, they changed to Lifehouse. They are not named after Pete Townshend's infamous, abandoned rock opera, Lifehouse.
They gained their popularity by playing regularly with a church youth group called FKA (Formerly Known As) at the school of the Malibu Vineyard Church. They would also lead prayer services there.
Says Wade: "My music is spiritually based, but we don't want to be labeled as a 'Christian band.'"
Lifehouse has been compared to Pearl Jam and Creed, primarily because of Wade's low voice.
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