The Head And The Heart

All Ages
Saturday, August 06
Show | 7:30pm // Doors | 6:30pm

Live Nation and Patchwork Presents

The Head And The Heart
Every Shade of Blue Tour 2022
with Dawes

Saturday, August 6th, 2022

Doors at 6:30pm // Show at 7:30pm

General Admission Standing Room Only
Premium Balcony – Limited Availability

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The Head and the Heart is an American indie folk band. They were formed in the summer of 2009 by Josiah Johnson (vocals, guitar, percussion) and Jonathan Russell (vocals, guitar, percussion). The band also includes Charity Rose Thielen (violin, guitar, vocals), Chris Zasche (bass), Kenny Hensley (piano), and Tyler Williams (drums). The band is signed to Warner Bros. Records and have released four albums thus far. The band released their third studio album, Signs of Light, in September 2016, touring in both North America and Europe following its release. They released their fourth studio album, Living Mirage, on May 17, 2019.
Dawes is an American folk rock band from Los Angeles, California. Dawes is composed of brothers Taylor (guitars and vocals) and Griffin Goldsmith (drums), along with Wylie Gelber (bass) and Lee Pardini (keyboards). Dawes was formed from the band Simon Dawes after the departure of co-songwriter Blake Mills, subsequently abandoning a post-punk sound in favor of folk rock. Dawes has been described as having a Laurel Canyon sound derived from artists such as Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. At the invitation of producer Jonathan Wilson, the band joined a local informal jam session that included Conor Oberst, The Black Crowes's Chris Robinson, and Benmont Tench.