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Seattle band The Head and The Heart is this week's "World Cafe: Next" artist.

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Set List

  • "Coeur D'Alene"
  • "Sounds Like Hallelujah"

Seattle band The Head and the Heart generated a lot of buzz in 2010 with its self-titled debut album. The group borrows harmonies from Crosby Stills Nash & Young and applies them to uplifting, upbeat indie-rock stompers.

World Cafe host David Dye kicks off the "World Cafe: Next" series in 2011 with two songs from the band's 2010 album: "Coeur D'Alene" and "Sounds Like Hallelujah."

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