One of the Windy City's most acclaimed jazz vocalists brings his significant talents, and his talented ensemble, to Davenport's Redstone Room in the latest concert in Polyrhythms' Third Sunday Jazz Series – an evening with the Saalik Ziyad Quartet featuring guitarist Larry Brown Jr., bass player Steven Manns, and drummer Dushon Mosley.

Great Sounds Promotions and Davenport's Redstone Room will treat music lovers to a special Valentine's-weekend event on February 10, when the 14th annual Smooth Jazz Valentine's Concert is headlined by acclaimed R&B and jazz vocalist Selina Albright, lauded by The Hollywood Times for her “stylish nod to jazz with a really identifiable sound.”

On February 10, one of the most successful and enduring bands in North American history takes the stage at the Rhythm City Casino Resort, when the chart-topping rockers of The Guess Who treat fans to hits from the group's five-decade repertoire that include “These Eyes,” “Share the Land,” and the iconic “American Woman.”

Fronted by Canadian singer/songwriters Devan Glover and Khalid Yassein – described by PopMatters.com as “two fabulous singers who harmonize perfectly, like two people born to perform together – the indie-folk quartet Wild Rivers plays a Moeller Nights concert on February 11, creating a sound the Web site also deemed “completely contemporary and fresh.”

A quartet that, according to Vanyaland.com, “laces modern folk and Americana with an electronic jolt, waltzing along the grooved edges of dream-pop, synth-pop, and Brooklyn's mid-aughts guitar-rock revival,” the musicians of Kuinka perform an RME Member Appreciation Show on February 9, demonstrating why NPR raved about the ensemble's “joyful noise” and “joyous organic sound.”

Two sensational blues acts join forces for one stellar concert when the Mississippi Valley Blues Society hosts a February 10 event at the Moline Viking Club: a night of rock, reggae, and good-old-fashioned blues with Odds Lane and Reverend Raven & the Chain-Smoking Altar Boys.

For the fourth performances of the Quad City Symphony Orchestra';s 2017-18 season, conductor Mark Russell Smith and his musicians take audiences on a figurative trek across the Atlantic in Postcards from Venice, a program of wit, charm, and musical mischief with a special performance by trumpet soloist Matthew Onstad.

A six-piece ensemble from Austin, Texas whose Mockingbird was cited by Rolling Stone as one of the year's best country albums, the honkytonk talents of Mike & the Moonpies play a February 4 Moeller Nights concert, treating audiences to a sound that NoDepresion.com praised for its “shining tautness” and “crisp precision that is marvellous.”

As NoDepression.com raved, “If James Brown and Otis Redding had a love child, it would be Josh Hoyer,” and the Nebraska-based musician and his Soul Colossal ensemble play RIBCO on February 2 in a show guaranteeing “a sound so big, so funky, so wring-the-sweat-out-of-you energetic that it reaches through the speakers and shakes you until you start moving to its groove.”

A weekend celebration of glorious birds and piano expertise, the 24th Annual Eagles & Ivories Ragtime Festival, taking place January 26 through 28, will find numerous Muscatine locales flooded with music, along with movies, meals, and aerial views of majestic eagles.

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