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|Birth name||Bryce Dane Soderberg|
|Born||April 10, 1980|
|Instruments||Bass guitar, vocals|
|Fender Precision Bass|
Bryce Soderberg was born in Victoria, British Columbia, and raised just outside of Victoria in the Municipality of Sooke. He started playing bass at a young age and developed his musicianship mostly in his basement with his two brothers and their band. He graduated from St. Michaels University School then after attending two years of College in Quebec, Canada, he moved to Los Angeles, California when he was 19 to pursue a professional career in music. At 21, he joined Elektra recording artists AM Radio, and toured the world for three years under the management of Rivers Cuomo recording their debut record with Producer Howard Benson. After Elektra Records folded, AM Radio disbanded. During this time, as a vocalist/songwriter he founded his personal side Project, The Celebrities, followed by independent L.A. band Tomorrow And Everyday After (currently disbanded). In August 2004, Soderberg joined Lifehouse after a recommendation from former member Sean Woolstenhulme.
After joining, Soderberg and his bandmates toured and released the self-titled Lifehouse, the band's third album. Their single "You and Me" was #1 on American adult contemporary (AC) and Hot AC formats, becoming the most played Hot AC song of all time . Between touring, Lifehouse released their fourth album, Who We Are, on June 19, 2007, and their fifth Album, "Smoke And Mirrors" in March, 2010. Soderberg sings lead and co-wrote the track "Wrecking Ball" on Smoke and Mirrors.
He also performs as the lead vocals for the song "Bridges" on some live performances. On the band's fifth album, Smoke & Mirrors, he performs the lead vocals on the song "Wrecking Ball" and shares lead vocals duties on the song "Here Tomorrow, Gone Today".
Soderberg has announced on Twitter that he is starting a side project called "Secondwheel" and plans on releasing an EP next year.