A celebration of one of the best-selling bands of all time, with sales of over 90 million records worldwide, the Legacy Tour of Earth, Wind & Fire comes to Davenport's Adler Theatre to February 16, treating fans to an evening of monster grooves, high energy, and danceable hits with numerous past and former members – among more than 30 over the past half-century – of the chart-topping, Grammy-winning ensemble.

Embarking on a special national tour honoring the life and legacy of her late mother Naomi, Wynonna Judd performs alongside special guests Martina McBride and Little Big Town in The Judds: The Final Tour, the avidly awaited February 10 event at Moline's Vibrant Arena at the MARK designed to celebrate one of the most successful acts in country-music history.

Composed of Jinty McTavish on violin, Rita Andrade on viola, Genevieve Tabby on cello, and the Quad City Symphony Orchestra's own Sabrina Tabby also on violin, a lauded crossover string quartet with share their gifts in Up Close with ATLYS, their February 11 and 12 area performances demonstrating why the group has been lauded for their passionate and dynamic sound and mesmerizing, interactive concert experiences.

Touring in support of a forthcoming album in a concert co-presented by River+City Collective, the indie rockers of Rookie of the Year headline a February 10 concert at the Rock Island Brewing Company, the group's credits including top-10 placement on the Billboard charts and popular music videos ranging from 2007's “Liars & Butterflies” to 2018's “Empty House.”

Praised by Broadway World as a performer whose “voice is crystalline pure, inhabiting the same effortless soprano world as Judy Collins” alternative-folk and musical-theatre chanteuse Eleri Ward headlines a February 15 concert at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, the artist's latest album – the Stephen Sondheim celebration Keep a Tender Distance – inspiring the New York Times to rave, "Ward plumbs this deep well in a way that feels so intuitively right, it's remarkable no one has done it before."

Nearly 30 years after his passing, pianist and bandleader William James "Count" Basie is an American institution that personifies the grandeur and excellence of jazz, and on February 10, his spirit will be reignited at the University of Dubuque's Heritage Center, with director Scotty Barnart's the Legendary Count Basie Orchestra performing alongside guest vocalist Carmen Bradford.

With their remarkable accomplishments including two Grammy Awards, a Billboard Latin Music Lifetime Achievement Award, and 20 top-10 hits on Billboard's Latin singles charts, the Norteño and Tejano musicians of Intocable headline a February 5 concert event at Moline's Vibrant Arena at the MARK, the hugely popular group having released no fewer than two dozen albums since their debut more than three decades ago.

With the musicians' latest repertoire showcasing legendary works by equally timeless composers Johannes Brahms and Dmitri Shoshtakovich, the Quad City Symphony Orchestra continues their 2022-23 Masterworks season with Bella & Brahms, the concert's February 4 and 5 performances at Davenport's Adler Theatre and Augustana College's Centennial Hall boasting the long-awaited Quad Cities return of violin virtuoso Bella Hristova, who last performed with the ensemble in 2017.

Touring in support of his 2022 Panamá 77 debut that the Eisenberg Review deemed "a mesmerizing myriad of instrumental folk-funk sounds and psychedelic jazz texture, the Chicago-based drumming powerhouse Daniel Villarreal headlines a February 4 concert at Davenport's Raccoon Motel, his first full-length release also lauded by the Chicago Reader as a work that "draws upon a dozen musicians and at least that many genres ... all held together by (Villarreal's) generous spirit and bountiful beats."

With his latest album Invisible Secret delivering what One Nation News deemed "lush, Latin inflected works that reflect jazz through a prism of salsa, beloved Steinway Artist and Quad Cities native Byron "BK" Davis will join his Invisible Secret band for a December 5 afternoon concert at Common Chord's Redstone Room, the Davenport venue treating audiences to the musical gifts of a master pianist who boasts more than four decades of professional accomplishments.