Composed of of violinists Hyun Jeong Helen Lee and David Do, violist John Batchelder, and cellist Brooke Scholl, the award-winning Julius Quartet performs locally as part of Quad City Arts' Visiting Artists series, the musicians' September 23 through 27 engagements demonstrating why, according to a Collegiate Times concert review, “The group left the audience mesmerized by its resonant sound.”

Baltimore's drone/space-rock duo Darsombra joins Colorado-based indie-rock crew Dear Rabbit and Peoria psych rock band The Golden Fleece on the bill at Rozz-Tox on September 25.

A renowned country-music legend brings his signature talents, and his award-winning ensemble, to the Rhythm City Casino Resort Event Center on September 27 as the venue presents a night with the Charlie Daniels Band, with Daniels performing from a nearly 50-year repertoire crowned by the chart-topping, Grammy-winning smash “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

Psych/disco revivalism of the '70s, in various forms, lands at Rozz-Tox on September 27 as Klaus Johann Grobe, Reptaliens, and Sunshrine take the stage.

The beloved singer/songwriter and perennial underdog rocker Mark Mulcahy plays Maquoketa's Codfish Hollow Barn on September 27.

Described by New Noise magazine as “one of the most noteworthy folk/acoustic artists working today,” singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Chris Pureka serves as a Moeller Nights headliner on September 28, her engagement at Davenport's Triple Crown Whiskey Bar & Raccoon Motel sure to prove why NPR stated, “If her instruments act like sonar, expanding to fill any room and find every crevice, her voice is a single directional beam – it cuts through any chance of misunderstanding.”

With the band's formidable list of credits and accomplishments including five Grammy Awards, two American Music Awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and status as one of the best-selling music acts of all-time, the pop-rock musicians of Chicago bring the group's legendary sound to Davenport's Adler Theatre on October 2, its 52-year repertoire including such chart-topping smashes as “If You Leave Me Now,” “Look Away,” and “Hard to Say I'm Sorry.”

In addition to being adored for his rock, pop, blues, and seasonal hits, Elvis Presley was, of course, one of the world's most beloved interpreters of gospel, and much of The King's iconic output will be heard when the Circa '21 Dinner Playhouse hosts two October 3 performances of How Great Thou Art: The Gospel Music of Elvis Presley, a thrilling touring production boasting the talents of famed impersonator Robert Shaw and his Lonely Street Band.

Praised by R2 magazine for their “raw and grooving bluegrass music played with the grace and sophistication of a classical string quartet,” the Canadian musicians of the Andrew Collins Trio open Quad City Arts' 2019-20 Visiting Artists season with several ocal performances including a September 20 engagement as guests of Davenport's Bucktown Revue, the Toronto Star calling its bandleader “light of touch, fast of wit, copiously imaginative, and a musical scholar of the highest order.”

Hugely popular touring musicians who have opened for the likes of Lyle Lovett, Emmylou Harris, the Zac Brown Band, and the Goo Goo Dolls, the chart-topping Celtic-rock talents of Gaelic Storm perform a September 20 concert at Davenport's Redstone Room, this lauded quintet of vocalists and multi-instrumentalists hailed by the Examiner for their “high energy, consistent interaction with the audience, and exceptional musical performance.”

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