Warm A Heart Warm A Home To Benefit The Wisconsin Warm/Cool Fund
Radiothon: Monday February 14th across iHeartRadio Madison
Concert: Friday February 18th: Funk's Pub in Fitchburg
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Join us as we celebrate the close of Warm A Home, Warm A Heart week with a special concert on Friday, February 18th at Funk's Pub in Fitchburg, WI starting at 7pm.
Tickets are $10 advance and $15 day of show and proceeds benefit the Keep Wisconsin Warm-Cool Fund.
The Mascot Theory
Folk-rock band The Mascot Theory is a high-energy dose of toe-tapping Americana Folk-country rock drenched in tight harmonies spewing lyrics of love, loss regret, death, and hope. With groups like Mumford & Sons, The Avett Brothers, and Dawes setting the tone, the sub-genre of acoustic folk-rock made its way to mainstream radio and captured an incredible and very local fan base. The Mascot Theory quickly moved up the popularity ranks of Madison's music scene with their infectious songwriting and energetic live shows. They balance on an alternative folk influence and pull it together with a rootsy bluegrass blended Americana feel to give something that fits alongside their counterparts, but also has enough freshness to it to give it a unique spin and create their own sound as well, with a sonic backbone of 4-part harmony.
Listening to American Scarecrows music feels like late nights spent with your friends in hopeful revels, reflective pangs, and vulnerable heart-to-hearts. The Minneapolis trip - singer-songwriter Seth Davin on guitar backed by the rhythm section of Allen Maier on drums and Matthew Broadbent providing the low end - matches their storytelling with an indie-pop sensibility, rounded out with tastes of folk-rock, country, and Americana. Their straightforward pieces greet listeners with evolved emotions and earnest solidarity. Bassist Broadbent spent years touring with Somerset (Epitaph/Punknews Records), while Davin and Maier logged many miles touring across each of the lower 48 as half of Dropping Daylight (Sony/Octone). Now the band is reuniting after a three-year hiatus to share the next chapter of their story with the Minnesota music scene and beyond.