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The Head and The Heart Daily: Give Me Fuel Give Me Fire/Fear….

by Daniel on May 8, 2012

Yes, that is almost a full sentence worth of lyrics from a Metallica song in the title above.

The day we have been waiting impatiently for, well one of them, has arrived. The Head and The Heart’s encore Fuel/Friends Chapel Session was released today, and to put it plainly its awesome. Heather has once again out done herself, and has not only recorded another incredible session, but documented it so well with her words.

The 4 songs recorded this time around were:
1)Honey Come Home
2)Gone
3)Fire/Fear (New!)
4)Untitled (New!)

If you have not yet had a chance to listen to THATH’s first Chapel Session I highly recommend doing so.

News From Around The Web:

This past Sunday the band played the Beale St. Music Festival in Memphis and somehow Charity found her way on stage to dance with Little Richard. Still have yet to see a picture of it happen, but Fuse.tv did declare THATH’s “love fest” with the fans and “near-perfect set”, to be the 4th best moment of day 3 of the festival.

IF ANYONE HAS A PICTURE OF CHARITY DANCING WITH L.R. WE WOULD LOVE TO PUT IT HERE.

On Saturday The Head and The Heart had the opportunity? to open for Megadeth at the Schaeffer Eye Center Crawfish boil. In an article by al.com “Charity Rose Thielen, violinist and vocalist for the Head and the Heart, commented on the festival’s eclectic lineup from the stage. “I can’t say I’ve ever played the same stage as Megadeth or Snoop Dogg until today,” she said.”

The band also tweeted after the occasion: “Just got to end our set in Birmingham with “This is our last song, Megadeth is up next.” Never before, never again.”

For some fan tweets on the set def. worth taking a look at this article also by al.com

The band also announced last week that it will be playing the 35th annual Vancouver Folk Festival. For more info on the show itself, and ticketing details, check out the festival’sofficial site.

And last but not least the article below was published.

SEATTLE SCENE: The Head and The Heart – The Owl Mag – (Feature)
The Head and The Heart, and Seattle, and stuff.

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