Lifehouse, the boys who have been sticking songs in heads since 2000, will be taking over the Canopy Club on Thursday with their catchy hooks and romantic ballads. Their successes have landed them on mainstream radio charts and dorm room iTunes playlists everywhere.
Since their debut with No Name Face eight years ago, the members of Lifehouse have continued to bring chart-topping singles, rhythmic choruses and deep lyrics to the stage. Frontman Jason Wade, the only remaining member of the band who was also a founder, confirmed his place in songwriting history after “Hanging by a Moment” was dubbed the Most Played Song of 2001.
Four albums and several tours later, the band — all still in their mid–20s, continue to rock stages and melt girls hearts.
The band was scheduled to perform at the Canopy Club on June 30, but was postponed to it’s current date due to health concerns. Tickets from the original show will be honored at this week’s show.
The rock group will take the main stage on August 14, with a guest performance Absentstar at 8 p.m.
Tickets are are still on sale and will be available at the door for $20.