|Birth name||Jason Michael Wade|
|Born||July 5, 1980|
|Origin||Camarillo, California, U.S.|
At the age of 15, Wade co-founded Lifehouse (originally called Blyss) with neighbors Sergio Andrade and Rick Woolstenhulme. The band rose to fame when their debut album, No Name Face, was released in 2000. As of 2019, Lifehouse has sold more than 15 million singles and albums worldwide.
In 2018, Wade formed a band called ØZWALD with Lifehouse touring guitarist Steve Stout as a side project. The duo have released numerous singles, an EP of covers, and six full-length albums: Sweet Delirium, Born in a State, Head Movies, For Polly Anna, Young Suburban Minds, and Artificial Odyssey.
Wade's parents are divorced. After the divorce, he and his mother moved to Seattle. According to Wade, he used the Lifehouse song "You and Me" to propose to his then-girlfriend, Braeden, whom he married in 2001.
|Credited as||Album title||Year||Format|
|Blyss||Diff's Lucky Day||1999||LP|
|Jason Wade||You Belong to Me||2000||single|
|Lifehouse||No Name Face||2000||LP|
|Lifehouse||Who We Are||2007||LP|
|Lifehouse||Smoke & Mirrors||2010||LP|
|Lifehouse||Out of the Wasteland||2015||LP|
|Jason Wade||Paper Cuts||2017||LP|
|Jason Wade||Highways & Low Days||2017||EP|
|Jason Wade||Winzlo Vol. 1||2017||EP|
|ØZWALD||Covers, Vol. 1||2019||EP|
|ØZWALD||Born in a State||2019||LP|
|Jason Wade||Demos Vol. 1||2020||LP|
|Jason Wade||Open Up the Doors Again (Big Bright Day)||2020||Single|
|ØZWALD||For Polly Anna||2020||LP|
|ØZWALD||Young Suburban Minds||2021||LP|
|Jason Wade||Ode to Silence||2021||LP|
|ØZWALD||Sings the Beatles||2022||LP|
|ØZWALD||Garden of the Sun||2023||LP|
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