The Lights

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For the article about the TV show, see The 'Lights.
The Lights
Origin Seattle, WA
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 1998–present
Labels Wantage USA
Members Craig Chambers
PJ Rogalski
Jeff Albertson

The Lights are an independent rock band from Seattle, WA formed in 1998.[1] They mainly tour in the Pacific Northwest, especially in and around Seattle. Their last national tour was their West Coast tour in the fall of 2006. They made KEXP's Top 90.3 of 2006 and were the winners of The Stranger's 2004 "Best Band in Seattle" contest. Guitarist and vocalist Craig Chambers also plays guitar for Love Tan. Drummer PJ Rogalski also plays for Unnatural Helpers. Local Seattle newspaper The Stranger called them "one of this city's top eclectic-sounding talents."[2]



  • The Lights (EP) (Spring 2003)
  • Beautiful Bird (CD) (Summer 2003) Bop Tart Records
  • Wood and Wire (EP) (2004) Childstar Records
  • Suge Knight Sweetheart (7" Single) (2005) Childstar Records
  • Diamonds and Dirt[3] (2006) CD Wantage USA and LP [the Swingline]
  • Failed Graves (2010) LP Wantage USA


  1. ^ Asher, Tizzy (June 8, 2007). "THE LIGHTS.(What's Happening)". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. via Highbeam Research. Retrieved 26 May 2012. 
  2. ^ Anonymous (September 17, 2003). "The Lights at the End of the Tunnel; Seattle Post-Punk Pathfinders". The Stranger. via Highbeam Research. Retrieved 26 May 2012. 
  3. ^ Levin, Hannah (September 28, 2006). "ROCKA ROLLA (reviews)". The Stranger via Highbeam Research. Retrieved 26 May 2012. 

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