Yesterday Logjam announced Bastille and today The Head And The Heart. Sounds like a very fine start to a season of alternative bands at the KettleHouse Amphitheater!

If you didn't catch Bastille when they played in Bozeman in April of 2017, it was a very high-energy, fun, and visually captivating show. The band was enamored by the beauty of Montana, as all are when they visit, check out their Tweet from that 2017 visit.

We are so excited for The Head And The Heart! They are scheduled for Thursday, August 11th at the KettleHouse for their "Every Shade of Blue" tour. The band is out of Seattle so you may have caught them at a Sasquatch festival a time or two. The opener is the incredible folk-rock band Dawes, they released an album in 2020 called "Good Luck With Whatever" (I absolutely love that title) and I would certainly recommend "Stories Don't End" to familiarize yourself with the band.

As for The Head And The Heart, they are a six-piece indie-folk band that we've playing on Alt 101.5 since day one. We love this band and are stoked to see them in the hot August sun at our favorite venue! They released 'Living Mirage' in 2019 and last summer, they tweeted that they were working on THREE albums, but we're still not sure if they were kidding or not.

Tickets for the KettleHouse show are $32 to $75 and are on sale this Friday, January 21st HERE. 

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