Treehouse was an alternative solution music group from Liverpool, Britain that also had origins in the NEW YORK picture that spawned Hootie as well as the Blowfish. The effect was an organization that was half-Hootie American rock and roll and half-Oasis Britpop. Led by Pete Riley (vocals, acoustic guitar) and offering Keith Lamelle Thomas (acoustic guitar, mandolin), Charles Real wood Woodward (drums), Paul Brook (drums), and Melvin Duffy (pedal metal), Treehouse resided for some time in NEW YORK, that was there they truly became close friends with Hootie as well as the Blowfish. In 1997, the Blowfish’s label, Breaking Information, released Treehouse’s just recording, Nobody’s Monkey. Despite a major-label press from Atlantic Information, Nobody’s Monkey was overlooked, selling nowhere close to the amounts of either the Blowfish or Oasis. The music group then came back to Britain and documented some EPs before divorce. Riley went single, liberating the full-length Following the Parade, offered over his Web page. He also became a member of Edwin McCain’s group, showing up on DEFINATELY NOT Over in 2001.