For their St. Patrick's Day party held in Davenport's Redstone Room, Common Chord and Rocktown Entertainment will co-present a March 17 concert event with headliner Twista, the chart-topping rap and hip-hop artist who once held the Guinness World Records title of fastest English-speaking rapper in the world, being able to pronounce an astounding 598 syllables in 55 seconds.

A Quad-Cities based tribute act dedicated to free-spirited and energetic concert experiences from the Stop Making Sense era, the tour de force of musicians known as Heads in Motion plays Davenport's Redstone Room on March 18, with the 10-piece ensemble celebrating Oscar, Grammy, and Tony Award winner David Byrne and his iconic rock outfit Talking Heads.

For its Rivermont Collegiate event on March 19, Polyrhythms' Third Sunday Jazz Series is pleased to present something a little different for its tribute concert Heroes of the Horn, treating audiences to the “drummer-less trio” ensemble The Edgar Crockett Trio featuring Crockett on trumpet and flugelhorn, Whitney Ashe on piano, and Matt Hughes on bass,

Named one of country music's top 10 touring acts by Billboard magazine and described by The Daily Country as an “energizing stage presence” who's “the definition of a road warrior,” singer/songwriter, guitarist, and Iowa native Jake McVey takes the stage at Davenport's Raccoon Motel on March 23, treating fans to the talents that inspired Hoopla Now to rave, “McVey has a big warm voice that is a pleasure to hear, and he can deliver a guitar solo with an appealing swagger.”

Touring in support of his latest album Norm, a February release that Pitchfork labeled "a lush, cryptic, and creepy suite that questions the very concept of love," Canadian folk rocker Andy Shauf headlines a March 0 concert at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, his most recent recording also lauded by Loud & Quiet as "a masterful, Lynchian work of rich, sinister worldbuilding."

Performing what PopMatters deemed "genre-bending indie music that blends elements of pop, rock, and folk in equal measure, with an uplifting, funky effervescence to boot," the Michigan talents of Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers headline a March 18 concert at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, the group's most recent album Paper Castle lauded by Billboard magazine as showcasing a "loose-limbed but tightly played vibe that's been the Rainbow Seekers stock in trade."

Headlining a special solo concert at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, Low Cut Connie frontman Adam Weiner will play from both his band's plethora of hits and his own repertoire on March 14, the artist's recent accomplishments including performing as part of the festivities for 46th President Joe Biden's inauguration and creating the variety show Tough Cookies, for which Weiner was dubbed “Pandemic Person of the Year” by The New Yorker for his ongoing efforts to raise spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic.

To celebrate the kick-off of the artist's eagerly anticipated “Eras Tour,” a pair of gifted local singer/songwriters will pay tribute to both the performer and her nationwide event at the Raccoon Motel on March 16, with the Davenport venue hosting Angela Meyer with two hours of Taylor Swift hits, and Ariel McReynolds performing songs made famous by the tour's esteemed opening acts.

Praised by The American Organist magazine for his "dazzling virtuosity" and by Cleveland Classical for his "topnotch, mature playing," esteemed organist Daryl Robinson headlines a March 19 event in the second-annual John and Alice Butler Pipe Organ Recital Series, his engagement at the University of Dubuque's Heritage Center treating patrons to what Choir & Organ magazine deemed "driving muscular poetry underpinned by nimble technique and nuanced sense of style."

Performing hits from a repertoire that boasts "Ooby Dooby," "Blue Angel," "Only The Lonely," "Lana," and iconic songs such as through his songs such as "In Dreams," "Oh, Pretty Woman," and "Blue Bayou," touring musician David K. and his band bring The Ultimate Roy Orbison Tribute to Maquoketa's Ohnward Fine Arts Center on March 18, a celebration of the rockabilly legend covering everything from Orbison's '60's classics to his resurgence in the '80s with his 22nd album Mystery Girl.