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Alternative 03/07/2002

Lifehouse Hits Road To Preview 'Stanley'

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LOS ANGELES (Lifehouse Fans Website) - Lifehouse hits the road Wednesday (July 3) in San Diego for a series of summer shows that will offer fans a preview of songs from the Los Angeles trio's second album, Stanley Climbfall, due September 17 from DreamWorks Records. The group has 25 shows currently on the itinerary, many of which are part of state and county fairs.

Lifehouse frontman Jason Wade tells that while the band is excited about debuting its new songs, cuts from its 2000 debut album, No Name Face, will not be ignored.

"We're gonna be playing probably have of this record and half of the last record," he says. "We're so sick of some of the songs on the last record that we have to. Actually, we're playing three-quarters of the last record. So, we're not gonna, like, not play the singles or anything."

Wade also admits that there's some jitters involved in returning to the road after such a long layoff. "We haven't played really for a long time so I always get a little nervous going back into it but, you know, once you tour for a year-and-a-half it starts to wear off a little bit.

Stanley Climbfall was recorded in Los Angeles during the first half of 2001 with producer Ron Aniello and engineer Brendan O'Brien; both also worked with the band on No Name Face. The new release features the first single, "Spin."

Lifehouse tour dates (subject to change):

July 3 - Del Mar, CA - San Diego County Fair
July 5 - Chautauqua, NY - Chautauqua Amphitheater
July 6 - Milwaukee, WI - Milwaukee Summerfest
July 7 - Indianapolis, IN - White River State Park
July 18 - Joplin, MO - Route 66 Country Music Festival
July 20 - Comstock, NE - 2nd Wind Ranch
July 21 - Eau Claire, WI - Country Jam USA
July 25 - Troy, PA - Troy Fair
August 4 - Bethlehem, PA - PPL Riverplace
August 6 - Jackson, MI - Jackson County Fairgrounds
August 7 - Columbus, OH - Celeste Center
August 9 - Kings Island, OH - Kings Island
August 10 - Charlotte, NC - Carowinds
August 11 - Doswell, VA - Kings Dominion
August 13 - Lewisburg, WV - State Fair of West Virginia
August 15 - Aberdeen, SD - Brown County Fair
August 16 - Imperial, NE - Chase County Fair
August 17 - Pueblo, CO - Colorado State Fair
August 19 - Boise, ID - Western Idaho Fair
August 21 - Sacramento, CA - California State Fair
August 23 - Salem, OR - Oregon State Fair
August 30 - Shawano, WI - Shawano County Fair
September 1 - Seattle, WA - Memorial Stadium
September 2 - Duquoin, IL - Duquoin State Fair
September 7 - Albuquerque, NM - New Mexico State Fairgrounds

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