The Head & The Heart play a free Live on King Street show at Martin Luther King Blvd. on Friday.
Indie folk group The Head and the Heart provided a necessary break from distortion-heavy groups like the Dropkick Murphy’s and Social Distortion with their harmony and violin fuelled set. Alternative heavy hitters The National, Metric, and City and Colour were the big names to close out the festival. Of the three, I was most impressed by The National, falling for the unbelievable vocal performance by frontman Matt Berninger during songs like “Graceless” and “Mister November.”
The Sept. 19 show featuring The Head & The Heart is expected to draw the biggest crowd of the series.
Facing potentially huge crowds, Majestic Theatre owners decided Monday to move its final “Live on King Street” show on Friday, Sept. 19, featuring The Head and the Heart, to the 100 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
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Vocal harmonizing is much like a dancing partnership: step too soon or put the wrong foot forward, and the chemistry is off. It takes intuition and fluidity to make the motions look effortless.
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OMAHA — A few hours before he took the stage Saturday, The Head and the Heart’s Jonathan Russell wandered around the Maha Music Festival grounds.
Watching The Head and The Heart tonight, I can’t help but remember seeing them a few years ago at a sold out show here a few years back.
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