THE HEAD AND THE HEART
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The Head and The Heart TicketsThe Head and The Heart was formed in 2009 in Seattle. Since making a name for itself in the industry, the indie band signed with Warner Bros. Records. A total of four studio albums have been released, with the latest being Living Mirage. Singles from this album include "Missed Connection" and "Honeybee." The Head and the Heart isn't just known for its recordings; the band's live performances continue to enthrall fans with a creative, lyrical approach to music.
A Combination of Smarts and Musical TalentJosiah Johnson and Jonathan Russell were founding members of the band. Johnson was about to start graduate school in the Seattle area, and Russell was new to the Pacific Northwest himself after moving from Virginia. Soon, Kenny Hensley and Charity Rose Thielen joined the group. Hensley was interested in starting a career in writing musical scores, and Thielen had just returned from studying abroad at the Sciences Po university in Paris. Tyler Williams and Chris Zasche rounded out the group. All of the band members were professionals or aspiring professionals at this time; being in a band was something that could have just been more of a side interest if things developed differently. Ultimately, the individual musicians found success after following their hearts rather than their heads. Though the band members' lives didn't quite change overnight, The Head and the Heart did start garnering a lot of positive attention fairly quickly. The band signed with Sub Pop in 2010 and re-released its debut self-titled album, which was originally sold at concerts and local record stores. After being named Seattle's Best New Band in 2011, the band took the national stage by performing on the television show Conan. This first album made it to No. 110 on the Billboard 200 Album Charts. The band followed that up with Let's Be Still in 2013, which reached No. 10 on the same chart. Signs of Light peaked at No. 5, and Living Mirage reached No. 16.
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Is The Head and The Heart on tour?The band has been fairly active since being founded, and it does continue to tour in North America. For 2019, The Head and The Heart is mostly playing songs from its latest album Living Mirage. Some of the shows are solo, and others are performed with other artists like Hippo Campus, Meg Myers and White Reaper.
Is The Head and The Heart coming to a city near me?The band is planning on playing shows in a variety of cities in the US. On the West Coast, The Head and The Heart is taking the stage at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco and The Observatory in San Diego. The group moves on to the Midwest, including Madison, Wisc., Minneapolis, Minn., and Ames, Iowa, before continuing eastward. Philadelphia, Albany, NY, Washington, D.C., and Brooklyn, NY, are home to some of the band's performance venues.
What can I expect from a performance by The Head and The Heart?Attending one of these shows gives you a chance to see just how passionate the musicians are about their work. The Head and The Heart pours its energy into each song, filling the words and melodies with emotion. The harmonies are something to appreciate, and the shows switch between lower- and higher-energy periods. During the more upbeat songs, dance along and sing out loud with other audience members. During the more mellow moments, even large venues can feel quite intimate.
How long are The Head and The Heart concerts?The Head and The Heart concerts range from 90 minutes to two hours.
Which other artists are similar to The Head and The Heart?Fans who appreciate the indie vibe of The Head and The Heart will likely also enjoy work by The Lumineers and The Avett Brothers.
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