An iconic rock legend and 2015 inductee in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Joan Jett – accompanied by her longtime band the Blackhearts – brings her national tour to Davenport's Adler Theatre on September 19, the multi-platinum-selling “Queen of Rock 'n' Roll” revered for such seminal hits as “Bad Reputation,” “I Hate Myself for Loving You,” and the chart-topping smash “I Love Rock 'n' Roll.”

Veterated alternative rockers whose most recent album, 2021's Niratias, was described by as a “visceral sci-fi fever dream that pairs light, caustic riffage with billowing melodic contrails,” Chevelle brings its tour to East Moline venue The Rust Belt on September 19, the admired group led by brothers Pete and Sam Leoffer now in its 26th year of professional performance.

A chart-topping country-music superstar who released his debut EP a mere six years ago, Kane Brown brings his acclaimed “The Worldwide Beautiful Tour” to Moline's TaxSlayer Center on September 18, with the 27-year-old singer/songwriter the first artist to have simultaneous number-one hits on all five main Billboard country charts.

A legendary Canadian crooner who has thus far sold more than 30 million records worldwide, Michael Bublé brings his national tour to Moline's TaxSlayer Center on September 16, the beloved pop and jazz artist lauded for earning four Grammy Awards and placing four consecutive albums at number one on the Billboard 200 chart.

Boasting a half-dozen of the most gifted jazz musicians from the Chicago aea, the Karli Bunn Sextet serves as the latest featured guests in Polyrhythms' Third Sunday Jazz Series, with the group's September 19 concert at Davenport's Redstone Room showcasing the remarkable skills of saxophone player Bunn and several alumni from Northern Illinois University.

With award-winning, Billboard-charting, Grammy-nominated artists performing on the banks of a mighty river, the Mississippi Valley Blues Festival returns to Davenport for its 35th incarnation on September 17 and 18, the LeClaire Park event (hosted by the Mississippi Valley Blues Society) featuring nine thrilling concert sets by the likes of John Primer, Toronzo Cannon, Joanne Shaw Taylor, and Eric Gales.

With her most recent album, 2000's Saint Cloud, extolled by The Guardian for its songs that are “genuinely good enough to be compared with peak [Bob] Dylan,” indie-rock singer/songwriter Katie Crutchfield – a.k.a. Waxahatchee – plays Rock Island's WAKE Brewing Company on September 9, the critically acclaimed artist having also been lauded by Pitchfork for creating “a vivid modern classic of folk and Americana.”

A longtime St. Ambrose University professor as well as a pianist and award-winning composer of music for film, dance, theatre, orchestra, and choir, William Campbell performs at his university's Galvin Fine Arts Center on September 10 in celebration of the release of All in Due Time, Campbell's self-recorded solo album whose tracks were performed on the artist's Yamaha C7 semi-concert grand piano.

Touring nationally on their “The Better Life 20th Anniversary Tour,” the multi-platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated alternative rockers of 3 Doors Down play their eagerly awaited concert at East Moline venue The Rust Belt on September 10, the band lauded and adored for chart-topping hits including “It's Not My Time,” “”Here Without You,” and their iconic smash “Kryptonite.”

After a year spent leading virtual live-worship sets from their home base of Northern Ireland, the platinum-selling contemporary-Christian artists of Rend Collective bring their long-awaited return to touring to Davenport's Adler Theatre on September 9, the gifted Celtic musicians praised by The Christian Beat for their “shouts of energetic praise and moments of bittersweet thought,” as well as a repertoire in which “captivating sounds meet comforting lyrics.”