The Head and the Heart with The Moondoggies at The Sylvee

Author: Izzy Marshall

Get ready to get in your feels because The Head and the Heart are coming to Madison for two nights of soft-spoken folk pop this coming Sunday, the 15th of September, and—by popular demand—Monday the 16th as well. (Tickets are still available for the second night here!)

Consisting of founding members and frontmen Josiah Johnson and Jonathan Russell, as well as violinist Charity Rose Thielen, bassist Chris Zasche, pianist Kenny Hensley, and drummer Tyler Williams, The Head and the Heart has been making music since 2009. With four widely successful albums under their belt—including “Living Mirage,” which just came out this past May—the Seattle based band is sure to have a wide range of chart topping tunes to pull from for both nights of their upcoming mini-residency at The Sylvee.

The Head and the Heart will be supported by fellow Northwesterner rockers The Moondoggies, a band that has been described by the Rolling Stone as “seriously kick-ass”. Listen to “Black Shoe”, off of their 2016 album, Don’t Be a Stranger, here.

Check out “Missed Connection” off of The Head and the Heart’s latest record, “Living Mirage,” and don’t miss them at The Sylvee this Sunday and Monday at 8pm!