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Everlife band.jpg
Background information
OriginIndiana, Pennsylvania
GenresPop rock, power pop, CCM
Years active2001–2013
Associated acts
MembersAmber Hezlep (née Ross)
Sarah Ross
Julia Ross

Everlife was an American pop rock band made up of three sisters, Amber, Sarah, and Julia Ross.[1]



Everlife originated in Indiana, Pennsylvania. The band was formed in the winter of 1997 with Sarah on the drums, Amber on the guitar, and Julia on keyboard.

Everlife relocated to Nashville, Tennessee with their parents where they signed a record deal with Independent Records, and released their debut album Daydream: An Acoustic Album. They were then picked up by Buena Vista Records following the release of their second album and released their third self-titled album through them and Disney.[2] Their first No. 1 radio hit, "Find Yourself in You", first found prominent rotation nationwide on Radio Disney. They sang the title song for the 2005 Disney original movie "Go Figure".[1] The Everlife album peaked at number 121 on the Billboard 200 chart.[3]

Everlife was recently managed by Tattered Suit Entertainment.

The group has provided guest vocals for ApologetiX song Meshach.

Relationship with Disney[edit]

After signing with Buena Vista, they contributed singles to several Disney soundtracks.[2] They eventually dropped Buena Vista Records in 2007, but continue a strong relationship with Disney. They opened for The Cheetah Girls on their last few days of touring in 2006/2007, Miley Cyrus on the last six dates of her Best of Both Worlds Tour, and the Jonas Brothers for their 2009 stop in Nashville.

Everlife has been on 3 successful tours of the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.


Everlife released their final album, At the End of Everything, in March 2013.[4]


Daydream: An Acoustic Album (2001)
  • Released: April 1, 2001
  • Label: Independent Records
  • Released: August 24, 2004
  • Label: Tovah, Shelter Records
At the End of Everything
  • Released: March 15, 2013
  • Label: 97 Records
  • Official singles:
    • 2012: "Coming Home"




  1. ^ a b Wiehle, Ashley (February 28, 2007). "Everlife booked for HerrinFesta". The Southern Illinoisan. p. 9. Retrieved October 6, 2017. (Subscription required (help)).
  2. ^ a b Phares, Heather. "'Everlife' Review". Allmusic. Retrieved October 6, 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Everlife Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved October 6, 2017.
  4. ^ http://www.everlifeonline.com/bio/

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