Continuing their 2023-24 season with performances at Davenport's Adler Theatre on November 4 and Augustana College's Centennial Hall on November 5, the magnificent musicians of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra welcome, for their concert event Masterworks II: An American Tapestry, pianist Michelle Cann in her first appearance with the QCSO, the national talent lauded as “exquisite” by The Philadelphia Inquirer and by Gramophone as “a pianist of sterling artistry."

With their extensive list of accolades including four Grammy Award nominations, two American Music Award nominations, and a quartet of Dove Awards among no fewer than 30 nominations, the Christian-pop and -rock talents of Newsboys bring their national "Let the Music Speak" tour to Davenport's Adler Theatre on November 5, the artists having currently sold more than 10 million records across 23 recordings.

One of the most influential and popular Mexican music ensembles of all time, La Original Banda El Limón de Salvador Lizárraga headlines a special November 4 concert at Davenport's Rhythm City Casino Resort Event Center, the outfit famed for releasing nearly four dozen albums since 1990 and lineups that have included such noted singers as Julio Preciado, Jorge Cordero, Nico Flores, and Chuy Lizárraga.

Many of the greatest hits from one of the all-time-great recording artists will be brought to glorious life at Davenport's Adler Theatre on November 8, with the touring sensation Johnny Cash: The Official Concert Experience delivering a thrilling multi-media event that inspired the artist's son John Carter Cash to state, "This brand-new concert experience will bring my father and his music back to fans all around the world."

Performing from a heavy-metal repertoire that boasts 11 studio albums, eight ive albums, three EPs, and 44 singles, the hard-rocking talents of The Four Horsemen: The Ultimate Tribute to Metallica bring their touring show to East Moline venue The Rust Belt, their November 4 engagement treating fans to classics from the third-best-selling music artist since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking sales in 1991, selling 58 million albums in the United States alone.

With Music Taster's Choice labeling the musician “one of the top 10 guitarists in the world,” the acclaimed blues rocker Anthony Gomes plays Davenport's Redstone Room on November 3 in support of his most recent release High Voltage Blues, a recording that stayed on the Billboard Blues Chart for a staggering 22 consecutive weeks, and that inspired Blues Rock Review to rave, "Whether you’re a long-time Gomes fan or you’re just discovering him, there’s plenty to dig into," adding that "the overall production might be the best of any Gomes album to date."

Performing at Davenport's Redstone Room in support of their new recording Exit Strategies, the nationally known, Quad Cities-based power-pop artists of Einstein's Sister present an album-release show on November 4, the outfit's previous singles “Begin Again / Standing Still” mastered by Abbey Road Studios' Miles Showell, who also mastered and cut vinyl for Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Bob Marley, Queen, The Police, and The Beatles.

Lauded by PopMatters as "a project of equal parts technical skill and intangible humanity," the multi-cultural multi-instrumentalists of El Khat headline a November 7 concert event at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, the four-piece from Israel's Tel Aviv boasting talents from different geographic backgrounds: Iraq, Poland, Morocco, and Yemen.

With Glide magazine calling him “a classic folk artist that somehow manages to never remain too predictable,” Nashville's alt-country singer/songwriter Rayland Baxter headlines a November 9 engagement at Davenport's Raccoon Motel in support of his most recent album If I Were a Butterfly, the critically acclaimed work that led No Depression to rave, "Baxter has never sounded more alive."

Touring in support of their most recent album Sucker Supreme, a recording that The Independent lauded as "heart-breaking and yet still confident, clever but also melancholy," pop-folk singer/songwriter Rosie Tucker headlines a November 3 concert at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, their latest release a work that, according to The Alternative, "carries the same charisma and personality that made people embrace their music but gives Tucker the space to grow and to experiment with their arrangements and formulae."