Biographie Firehouse

is an American glam metal and hard rock band from Charlotte, North Carolina, formed in 1989. The band gained popularity during the early 1990s with hit singles like ""Love of a Lifetime"", ""Don't Treat Me Bad"", ""Reach for the Sky"", and ""I Live My Life for You"". Firehouse has sold over a million albums in the United States alone, and has been awarded two Billboard Music Awards.

Firehouse was formed in 1989 by C.J. Snare and Bill Leverty. The two had previously performed together in the band White Heat. They were soon joined by drummer Michael Foster and bassist Allen McKenzie. The band released their self-titled debut album in 1990, which spawned several hit singles such as ""Love of a Lifetime"", ""Don't Treat Me Bad"", and ""Shake & Tumble"". The single ""Love of a Lifetime"" peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and earned them a Billboard Music Award for Top Rock Single. The album's second single, ""Don't Treat Me Bad"", peaked at #9 on the Hot 100 chart, while the third single, ""Reach for the Sky"", peaked at #15.

Firehouse's discography includes five studio albums, one compilation album, one live album, three video albums, and twenty-three singles. Their most successful album to date is their self-titled debut album, which was certified double platinum by the RIAA. The band has also released two gold-certified albums, Hold Your Fire (1992) and Good Acoustics (1996).

Firehouse's music style is best described as hard rock and glam metal; it features heavy guitar riffs and catchy melodies. Their songs often feature strong vocal harmonies and soaring guitar solos. Their lyrics are often inspirational and uplifting, focusing on themes of love, friendship, and overcoming adversity.

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