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Greg’s Daily Wrap: The Long Awaited Scott Baio Endorsement Is In!

Here’s what was trending through the day

102.5 KEZK–03/12/2015

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Everyone Thinks fun. Will Sweep The GRAMMYs

fun. are nominated for six GRAMMY Awards, including Album of the Year, Song Of The Year, Record Of The Year and Best New Artist.


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Lifehouse Predict GRAMMY Wins For fun. & Mumford & Sons

The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards are just days away and everyone is making their predictions. While Lifehouse was in town we had to ask who their GRAMMY picks would be.


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Lifehouse Share Their Christmas Menu

Lifehouse have been busy promoting their new release Almería but when it came down to discussing their family traditions frontman Jason Wade and drummer Rick Woolstenhulme, Jr. had a lot to say.


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Hey, Candidates: Lifehouse Don’t Mind If You Use Them

“We’re trying to get people to hear our songs. We’d say go for it!” Jason Wade said.


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Lifehouse Share Their Creative Secrets

“We almost reverted to being teenagers again in our parents’ garage and just kind of fell in love with music all over again,” Jason Wade said.


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Lifehouse Explain How Spaghetti Westerns Influenced Their New Album

The band reveal what inspired Almeria.


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Lifehouse Teases Fans With New Video

The band took to Twitter to spill the beans on their upcoming album, which they’re finishing up now.


Fresh 102.5 Video of the Day: Lifehouse “Halfway Gone”

[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Lifehouse[/lastfm] is one of relatively few bands with the distinction of performing on The Tonight Show during Conan O’Brien’s short-lived term as its host. Just under a year ago, they debuted their then-new single […]


KEZK Video of the Day: Lifehouse “You and Me”

“You and Me” was a five-year-old song when it was first released as a single on Lifehouse’s self-titled album. The song kept up its record of longevity by holding a spot on the Billboard Top […]