Lifehouse began in 1996 as Blyss, a teenage garage trio haunting their high school's Friday night jam sessions. Seattle transplant Jason Wade, his new L.A. neighbor Sergio Andrade, and latecomer drummer Rick Woolstenhulme honed their post-grunge sound for two years before garnering a deal with DreamWorks and changing their name to Lifehouse. Though the stringed "Breathe" won them that deal and resulted in debut LP No Name Face, "Hanging by a Moment" had more impact, hitting number one on Billboard's Modern Rock charts. The debut went double-platinum, and the obscure Southern California group was suddenly touring internationally with Pearl Jam, Everclear and Matchbox 20. They polished their sound and become more radio-friendly on their sophomore release, Stanley Climbfall, and in 2005 brought Canadian bassist Bryce Soderberg into the fold for their third (self-titled) LP. By album three, the band had solidified their trademark sound, bringing Wade's earnest grunge vocals and songwriting chops to the fore.
Lifehouse Concert Films
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minChart topping is an understatement for pop-rock band Lifehouse. Since their first album, Lifehouse has appeared on Billboard and Top 40 Charts numerous times. Best known for their top single Hanging by a Moment, and ballad You and Me, which spent a record 60 weeks on Billboards Hot 100 Chart, Lifehouse has gone back to the basics with Who We Are. Jason Wades lyrics address a diverse range of topics audiences can relate with and melodies they can rock to. Lifehouses performance on Soundstage includes the aforementioned hits and Who We Ares twangy lead single First Time.
Lifehouse Top Tracks
Things We Do at Night (Live from Texas)
Runtime: 1 hr 47 minTen years after releasing their live DVD and album, Argue With A Tree, Blue October is set to release Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas). Filmed at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas, Things We Do At Night (Live From Texas) showcases the live energy and raw emotion Blue October fans have come to love and expect. The live performance covers all of the hits and favorites from the band’s last four albums, Foiled, Approaching Normal, Any Man In America, and Sway.
Live at the House of Blues: New Orleans
Runtime: 36 minIn this intimate performance, recorded at New Orleans’ House of Blues in 2008, Gavin DeGraw wows his fans with tracks from his self-titled second album (including Top 40 hit “In Love with a Girl”) plus favorites from debut album Chariot.
In Session: 2008
Runtime: 12 minSnow Patrol performs live at the intimate In Session in 2008. The Session, features performances of Take Back The City,” The Shutters, Chasing Cars.” The Session concludes with an interview with Snow Patrol.
Live from Mohegan Sun
Runtime: 1 hr 20 minFilmed in high definition at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut on November 25th 2011, this concert captures a typically raw and energetic performance by Staind on tour in support of their eponymous 2011 self titled album Staind. This was their first tour to feature new drummer Sal Giancarelli. The show features tracks from the new album mixed in with classic songs from across their career including many of their hit singles.
Live Back Country
Five For Fighting
Runtime: 2 hr 18 minA musician's creative energy is truly captured in their live performance and Five For Fighting's new Live performance showcases just that. Recorded live at The House Of Blues, Five For Fighting's first live release is sprinkled with captivating tales and stories behind many of singer/songwriter John Ondrasik's favorite songs. The live album spans tracks from Five For Fighting's last three albums including their well-known hits ''Superman,'' ''100 Years,'' ''The Riddle,'' and ''Easy Tonight,'' along with many other gems. Finally, the lyrical storyboard of ''California Justice'' and acoustic rendering of ''If God Made You'' brings the performance to full circle.
Front Row Center
Runtime: 55 minThe Grammy Award-winning California rock band celebrates their fifth album, Save Me, San Francisco with highlights including “Hey, Soul Sister,” “If It’s Love,” and “Marry Me,” as well as past hits “Drops of Jupiter” and “Calling All Angels.” One hour.
Live At The Tabernacle 2014
3 Doors Down
Runtime: 1 hr 19 minHit rockers 3 Doors Down performed to a sold-out crowd at The Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, GA. Rising to fame with their song “Kryptonite” in 2000, 3 Doors Down has continuously sold out venues on their tours across the world as their legion of fans remains dedicated to the Mississippi natives. This fantastic live performance is a must-see!
Live at Soundstage
Runtime: 56 minFormed by American Idol contestant Chris Daughtry in 2006, this band is a recipe for success. Daughtry, their self-titled release, was listed as the fastest-selling rock debut in Soundscan history. Truly revitalizing the rock genre, Daughtry’s triple-platinum album features Chris’ rugged voice and the band’s heavy, polished sound. On this episode of Soundstage, Daughtry performs fan favorites with passionate intensity, including rock gems “It’s Not Over” and “What I Want,” power ballads “Feels Like Tonight” and “Home” and many more you won’t want to miss.
Live At Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minThe Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005’s How to Save A Life and their eponymous 2009 album The Fray. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including “Never Say Never,” “How To Save A Life,” “You Found Me” and “Cable Car.”
Front Row Center
Runtime: 54 minGrammy-nominated OneRepublic displays boundless energy throughout this episode of Soundstage while offering up rousing performances of hit singles “Apologize,” “Stop and Stare,” “Say (All I Need)” and “Mercy.” Catch a perfect blend of pop and rock on other featured tracks from their debut album Dreaming Out Loud, along with a fantastic version of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy.”
Runtime: 1 hr 24 minInspired by such films as Rattle and Hum and Endless Summer, Fading West follows Grammy-winning alternative-rock band Switchfoot as they travel the globe in search of new musical inspiration and perfect waves.
Live at Red Rocks
Runtime: 54 minThe Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado a legendary venue that has been graced by rock luminaries from The Beatles to U2 provides the awe-inspiring backdrop for Rob Thomas in one of the most memorable stops on his Something To Be Tour. Featuring the multi-platinum recording artist performing 18 hits from his solo career and Matchbox Twenty, this incredible set also includes a special acoustic arrangement of Smooth and a cover of the David Bowie classic Let's Dance.