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Lifehouse Drummer Feels Valentine Love For Bette Midler

While Lifehouse knows how to give fans an energy packed live show, the Los Angeles-based band have been known for heartfelt love songs including ‘You and Me’ and their first hit, ‘Hanging by a Moment.’ But have they ever thought where all the love comes from?

“I think it comes from everywhere,” frontman Jason Wade tells PopEater. “I tend to write love songs that are kind of ambiguous to where you can interpret however you want it.”

Although many musicians say they don’t like listening to their own music, Wade admits that he does more than just spin his songs. “I love to slow dance to our stuff as well,” he says.

As romantic as Lifehouse can get, drummer Ricky Wollstenhulme, Jr., reveals that Bette Midler helps him feel the love during Valentine’s Day. “I don’t know if that’s actually a love song,” Wollstenhulme says after singing a few lines of Midler’s classic, ‘Wind Beneath My Wings,’ “but it made me feel really loved and loving.”

Wade, on the other hand, believes that the Beatles really knew how to describe the matters of the heart with their 1967 worldwide hit, ‘All You Need Is Love.’ “I think the Beatles started all of that [love songwriting] with ‘All You Need Is Love,'” Wade says. “It’s just true.”

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3 thoughts on “Lifehouse Drummer Feels Valentine Love For Bette Midler

  1. I have cut Rick Wulstenholmes mom’s hair. His family lives in the town that I work in here in Arizona. She gets her hair done at the place that I work at. I thought this little tidbit about him was kind of cool to read. Would have never guessed that he likes WBMW’s..lol

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