This rock meets classical combination creates a symphonic, epic sound with a bit of edge. “This band proves that the violin rocks!!”-Alternative Press
Front man Ryan T. Hope and violinist Rebecca Faber from rock band The Lifeline join forces with our recently local and amazingly talented guitarist Geno Lenardo for an acoustic classical rock performance at Gracey Lane Farm.
Lifeline released their debut independent album “Where There Is Life, There Is Hope” and was quickly followed up by their second and third albums “For All Who Triumph” and “Reflections Of Hope”. “For All Who Triumph” allowed people to see the band blurring the line between musical genres by not only mixing different styles but also by bringing a concept to the entire record. “Our goal with an album has always been to leave a person with a feeling of satisfaction at the end. Like at the close of a movie or your favorite book,” says vocalist Ryan T. Hope. “You remember each chapter and the lessons it taught you. By the end you’ve gone through a journey that’s made you stronger and more self-aware.” The bands next endeavor consisted of a series of music videos put together to create a short film called “Trilogy.” Songs like “Crashing Waves” and “Romeo and Juliet” have caught the attention of on air-personalities and rock stations and were quickly added to the rotation.
The “Underworld: Awakening” soundtrack, which features singer Ryan T. Hope, released to coincide with the movie. The song entitled “You Won’t See The Light” is a collaboration between Hope and former Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo. Other notable artists on the soundtrack include Evanescence, Linkin Park, The Cure, Lacuna Coil and Lacey Strum of Flyleaf.