Baltimore-based Ami Dang and Chicago musician Bill MacKay perform at Rock Island venue Rozz-Tox on November 16.

A quintet of talents united by the University of Northern Iowa and their shared love of jazz, the gifted musicians of the Robert Washut Emeritet play Davenport's Redstone Room on November 17 as the latest guests in Polyrhythms' Third Sunday Jazz Workshop and Matinée Series, with all five band members accomplished performers, composers, arrangers, bandleaders, and/or educators.

New York's noise-rock band Weeping Icon visits Rozz-Tox on November 17, sharing the bill with experimental no-wave crew Commodity A and Moline’s noise-pop weirdos Aging.

Show tunes and seasonal numbers will be in the repertoire for the Quad City Music Guild Youth Chorus' fall concert on November 17, with the performance at Moline's Prospect Park Auditorium boasting favorite holiday songs and beloved selections from such musicals as The Wizard of Oz, Willy Wonka, and Music Guild's December presentation of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical.

Corridoré’s atmospheric doom post-metal, White Batzzz’s confounding electronic production, and Everlasting Light’s lo-fi black metal form a diverse bill at Rock Island's Rozz-Tox on November 9.

Pop-punk veterans Jimmy Eat World perform at the Rust Belt on November 8 on a tour supporting their newest LP Surviving.


If you have any energy left after the Halloween weekend, head over to the Rock Island Brewing Company for an early show on Sunday night. Wake Brewing and LoPiez Pizza are sponsoring the show, which will paint the brick walls of RIBCO with three distinct shades of heavy.

Two exhilarating blues legends will deliver one explosive concert at the Redstone Room on November 13 when the Davenport venue hosts the latest stop on the “T'N'T Tour” – a hard-driving, toe-tapping showcase for blues-rock crooners and guitarists Tommy Castro (performing alongside his ensemble The Painkillers) and Tinsley Ellis.

Touring in support of the band's September release Miracle Pill – a recording Cryptic Rock deemed “a journey full of heartfelt emotion and well-constructed tunes” – Grammy-nominated rockers the Goo Goo Dolls play Davenport's Adler Theatre on November 6, the musicians' 12th full-length album described by Pop Matters as “new music that easily stands alongside the best of their career.”

Chart-topping rockers whose illustrious career has seen the release of 16 studio albums, four live albums, and seven compilations (including 2019's 50th Anniversary: Golden Hits), the Grammy Award-winning band America enjoys a special engagement at Davenport's Rhythm City Casino Resort Event Center on November 9, playing from a five-decade repertoire boasting such classic hits as “Tin Man,” “Sister Golden Hair,” and the iconic “A Horse with No Name.”