The droning, doom-soaked duo A Light Among Many take the stage at Rozz-Tox on February 9, on the bill with local heads Everlasting Light and Archeress.

Aqualife at Rozz-Tox -- February 7.

Rozz-Tox puts on a free show of Iowa talent on February 7 as a companion event to follow an exhibition opening that showcases new works on paper by artist Lucas Berns. Acts include Quad Cities-based projects Aqualife and Dog Hairs and Iowa City-based projects Haunter and Gabi Vanek, and the show concludes with a special set in which all four of these solo performers play together.

Praised by Americana Highways for his “great storytelling sense and beautiful melodies,” as well as for being “a triple-threat as a new Americana artist,” outlaw-country sensation Cody Jinks takes the stage at Davenport's Adler Theatre on February 6, the artist having inspired Saving Country Music to rave, “Cody Jinks country is the best of both worlds, carrying all the twang and grit you’d ever want, but with the singer/songwriter sentiments that challenge the best poets from country to Americana.”

Based in the Chicago area, the spirited genre-blenders of Classical Blast bring their stage show From Bach to Rock to Maquoketa's Ohnward Fine Arts Center on February 8, thrilling audiences with a unique meld of classical and rock tunes that has led to the sextet opening for such varied artists as Joan Jett, Michael McDonald, Don Felder of the Eagles, and The Orchestra featuring members of ELO.

Lauded as the highest-ranking vocal group in the history of TV's competition series America's Got Talent, the vocal dynamos of the Texas Tenors bring their national tour to Davenport's Adler Theatre on February 12, with two talents from this chart-topping, Emmy Award-winning trio Iowa natives performing once again in their home state.

A multi-platinum-selling singer/songwriter with the distinction of having earned six American Country Awards in one year, chart-topping superstar Jason Aldean brings his “We Back Tour” to Moline's TaxSlayer Center on February 13, treating country fans to a thrilling repertoire that boasts nine studio albums – including last fall's 9 – and a remarkable 21 number-one singles to date.

Touring in support of his 2019 release Fire & Brimstone, a recording the Digital Journal called “authentic and compelling” and “one of his best albums to date,” country-rock superstar Brantley Gilbert takes the stage at Moline's TaxSlayer Center on January 30, his career achievements including multi-platinum sales, a trio of studio-album chart-toppers, and a “Favorite Country Music” citation from the American Music Awards.

Kyung and Michael Kim in the Quad City Symphony Orchestra's Masterworks IV: Love -February 1 and 2.

Befitting a program dedicated to the theme of Love, the Quad City Symphony Orchestra will be joined in its February 1 and 2 Masterworks presentations by married pianists Michael and Kyung Kim, touring sensations and professors at the University of Minnesota School of Music whose talents will be showcased in composer Francis Jean Marcel Poulenc's dazzling and delightful Concerto for Two Pianos & Orchestra in D minor.

With Metal Insider describing the band's 2019 recording Warpaint as “one of their most accessible, hard-rocking albums to date,” the California-based musicians of Buckcherry headline a February 1 concert at East Moline venue The Rust Belt, treating fans to the signature sounds that have led to platinum-selling success, numerous top-five albums on the Billboard charts, and two Grammy Award nominations for “Best Hard Rock Performance.”

Playing Maquoketa's Codfish Hollow a mere four months after the release of their fall album OHBAHOY – a collection described by Maximum Volume Music as “such a staggeringly diverse 11 songs that you can only marvel at it” – the Rockford, Illinois-based talents of Miles Nielsen & the Rusted Hearts headline a rare basement concert on February 1, the band sure to deliver what Americana-UK calls “smooth, well-written, and well-produced power-pop packages.”