To own Lifehouse tickets means loads of fun. Fans especially comment on how entertaining their Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay concerts are and that they love the laid back venue arrangements and don’t want the show to end.
With their debut album called No Name Face, Lifehouse started their successful time in the industry in the year 2000. The modern rock band made it big when their album instantly went double platinum. That wasn’t it; their very famous song Hanging by a Moment was a top requested song in 2001.
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The lead singer who is also a songwriter, Jason Wade started the band when he was just a teenager. During his childhood, he had to move a lot from one state to another; he even spent time in certain parts of Asia. It wasn’t until his parents got divorced and he moved to Seattle with his mother when he began to take interest in music. He moved with his mother one last time, to Los Angeles, and his junior high years and the time onwards were spent making music.
It was in LA when Wade met Sergio Andrade who was the bass player. He also met Rick Woolstenhulme who is the drummer. They all performed together as Blyss. Sergio Andrade and Rick Woolsenhulme were both not from Los Angeles and were there to study music at the Los Angeles Music Academy. The three musicians later changed their band name from Blyss to Lifehouse.
The band performed at smaller venues in LA until they were noticed by DreamWorks and their first album came out in 2000. The album is known to be very spiritually mature as is obvious from tracks such as Trying, Unknown and Only One. This was exceptional work especially when the boys had just hit their twenties. Even though their music is spiritual, they do not want to be labeled as a Christian band as they mentioned to the Rolling Stones and quoted in the Campus magazine.
Before coming up with their second album, Lifehouse went on tour in 2001 with some prominent musicians such as Fuel, Pearl Jam, Matchbox Twenty and a few other noted names.
Their second album called Stanley Climbfall came out in the summers of 2002 after they spent spring of that year recording it. This album has the three band members welcoming Sean Woolstenhulme on the guitars; he is Rick Woolstenhulme’s younger brother. The name of the album was a result of three words; stand, fall and climb. The title of the album was this because they band wanted to portray the highs and lows of life and its outcomes.
From Stanley Climbfall, one extremely successful hit was Spin. This was the song that paved the way for the band to become even bigger. As Jason Wade explained on the band’s website that this album is more about being confident and moving forward whereas their debut album was more about accepting where you stand.
Also, with the second album, the band stands more as a unified unit with equal emphasis on guitar and vocals. This can clearly be seen in songs such as Wash and Spin. Wade wrote most of the lyrics for songs in their second album; he did this while they were on tour before the release of the album.
Their third album was released in 2007 and was titled Lifehouse. This time the bassist is Bryce Soderberg. One of their best songs from the album was You and Me which was also the soundtrack for Smallville. The song was also featured in some famous television shows such as Boston Legal and Greys Anatomy. Their other song from the same album, All in All, came in the famous television show Scrubs.
Lifehouse’s fourth album, Who We Are, followed in 2007. Soon after the release, the band toured with Colbie Calliet and The Goo Goo Dolls after which they began their own worldwide tour.
Their fifth album called Smoke and Mirrors came out in 2010. The album had some great songs such as Halfway Gone and debuted on the number six spot on the Billboard 200 charts. Almeria was their sixth studio album released in 2011.
Lifehouse tickets are highly recommended and the live experience is even better than their songs we hear on radio.
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Lifehouse Ticket Prices
The average price for Lifehouse Tickets start from $38. The minimum get in price is $20 for Lifehouse Tickets at the Starlight Theatre - Kansas City, Kansas City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Nampa||23-Jul-70||$272||$30|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Portland||26-Jul-70||$373||$72|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Salt Lake City||28-Jul-70||$173||$46|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Morrison||29-Jul-70||$129||$67|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Maryland Heights||31-Jul-70||$38||$22|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Lincoln||1-Aug-70||$202||$36|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Kansas City||3-Aug-70||$104||$20|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Dayton||5-Aug-70||$188||$36|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Indianapolis||6-Aug-70||$180||$28|
|Goo Goo Dolls & Lifehouse||Chicago||7-Aug-70||$265||$47|
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