With Who We Are, their fourth Geffen album in seven years, Lifehouse, all still in their mid-20s, are really starting to enjoy the fruits of their success and have some fun. Their multi-platinum 2000 debut, No Name Face, produced “Hanging by a Moment,” a #1 alternative hit which crossed over to become Top 40’s Most Played Song, while 2005’s self-titled platinum effort yielded “You and Me,” a giant hit ballad that set a record by spending more than 60 weeks on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, Lifehouse are not just the sum of their considerable accomplishments.
With so many reality shows continuing to dominate TV, it can be tough to wade through it all to find anything with redeeming value. From music to survival to celebrities, there's no shortage of options.So we thought it was about time to shine the spotlight on a more unsung style of TV:...
Let’s face it, going to the movies is expensive – especially when popcorn, candy and fountain Cokes are involved.Plus, considering the lack of inspiring options at a theater near you, one can’t help feeling that skipping the movie theater altogether could be the best option.But in...
Country music is well-known for its songs about break-ups, beer drinking and backroads fun, but leave it to country superstar Brad Paisley to take fans outside their comfort zone on his new album Wheelhouse. He’s ignited a firestorm of controversy with “Accidental Racist,” a duet...