Composed of keyboardist/vocalist and band co-founder Eli Winderman, guitarist/vocalist Rob Compa, bassist Chuck Jones, and drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, the progressive rockers of Dopapod headline a March 13 concert event at Davenport's Redstone Room, their signature blend of funk, heavy metal, jazz fusion, progressive rock, and country thus far leading to seven studio albums, four live albums, and innumerable U.S. touring engagements.

Delivering an evening of well-known jazz and standard selections, the area vocal ensemble the Quad City Singers will bring their collective talents to Davenport's Redstone Room in the March 8 concert event Just Jazz, the night's repertoire including "Moon River," "The Shadow of Your Smile," "Misty," "Birdland," "Taking a Chance on Love," "The Nearness of You," and many additional favorites.

Boasting 25 years in the business, 17 albums, 300 performance dates a year, 600,000 Spotify listeners, and more than 6 million streams, award-winning country-music singer/songwriter Dallas Moore plays Davenport's Raccoon Motel on March 9, performing hits from the artist's repertoire and songs from his forthcoming album Gems and Jams.

Performing in a special Chamber Music Quad Cities concert at Davenport's Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Parish Hall on March 10, Quad City Symphony Orchestra principal cellist Hannah Holman and guest cellist Raman Ramakrishnan team up with CMQC co-directors Gregory and Thomas Sauer for an afternoon of solos, duos, and trios for cello and piano in A Cello-bration, a fun-filled salute to the prince of string instruments.

Performing locally in the band's official farewell tour, one of the most enduring and successful rock outfits in music history makes a long-awaited appearance at the Vibrant Arena at the MARK with the Moline venue's March 3 hosting of Foreigner, the chart-topping, multi-platinum-selling musicians responsible for such iconic hits as “Waiting for a Girl Like You,” “Hot Blooded,” "Feels Like the First Time," and the number-one smash “I Want to Know What Love Is.”

With the title of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra's fifth Masterworks concerts of the 2023-24 season coming from the program's final, thrilling composition, The Fauré Requiem will be presented at Davenport's Adler Theatre and Rock Island's Augustana College on March 2 and 3, the ensemble and guest vocalists Sarah Shafer and Quad City native Nathaniel Sullivan performing beloved works by Johann Sebastian Bach and Gabriel Fauré.

With the country singer/songwriter praised by Holler Country for its sound that "feels uber-modern while never straying too far from the timeless, fiddle-driven folk music of his rural upbringing," 30-year-old sensation Ian Munsick headlines a March 1 concert event at Davenport's Capitol Theatre, his most recent album White Buffalo also hailed by Entertainment Focus as a work that “juxtaposes the old, cinematic stories of country music with modern sounds and massive choruses.”

With the Capitol Theatre's March 2 headliner lauded by AllMusic.com as a "Nashville county artist who mixes gritty songwriting with modern, beat-driven production," Chase Matthew makes his Davenport debut on March 2, the 26-year-old artist known for his passionate vocal performances and his eclectic mix of musical influences that blends country with classic soul, contemporary R&B, and a dash of funk.

Composed by James Romig and performed by Matt Sargent, the stunning, hour-long composition for solo guitar The Fragility of Time will be presented at Davenport's Figge Art Museum on March 3, the afternoon performance marking the first time that Romig’s new and engaging work will be presented in a museum environment.

Lauded by NPR as a group that "skillfully combines Southern gospel funk, soul, and Texas blues," which added that its bandleader's "raw and emotional vocals are reminiscent of James Brown," the touring artists of Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears headline a March 5 concert event at Davenport's Redstone Room, the musicians also praised by Medium as an outfit that "does an excellent job getting the crowd to dance."

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