Popularity arrives sooner than it once did in the music world. It used to take bands three albums and years in holes-in-the-wall and small clubs before they graduated to 2,000-seat theaters and national festivals. These days, if you catch the right wave, you can do it with one album. Tuesday night, the Seattle band the Head and the Heart headlined a show at the Uptown Theater. Its 78-minute set included all 10 songs on its sole album, “The Head and the Heart,” plus five others, including two new songs. “The Head and the Heart” was self-released in 2009; in April...
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