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Best Indie & Rock in Davenport

Joe Bonamassa at Adler Theatre

Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa is the guitarist's guitarist. A master of the blues, Bonamassa easily ranks alongside the more well known Clapton or Jeff Beck. Such was his prodigious talent that he supported B.B. King at the tender of age of twelve in 1989, and was christened by King as "one of a kind." Since then, he's played with anyone who is anyone and released a formidable catalogue of studio albums.

Flogging Molly at Capitol Theatre

Flogging Molly

Celtic-punk rockers Flogging Molly are hitting the road again with a series of shows that promise to rouse audiences with their anthemic odes to the Emerald Isle. Formed in early 90's LA and led by Irish frontman Dave King, their infectious Celtic-tinged reels are perfect for dancing along to, for those who love their Irish heritage and those who just want a heart-stompingly good night out!

Set It Off at Capitol Theatre

Set It Off

If you haven't heard of Set It Off yet, you're about to see them everywhere! As one of America's fastest growing rock groups, Set It Off can boast of some of the most dedicated fans in the world with their latest album Midnight hitting 1,000,000 streams in just 48 hours! Now the four-piece are heading out on their The Deathless Tour Part 2 with special guests From Ashes To New and If Not For Me!

Bad Religion at Capitol Theatre

Bad Religion

Influential LA punk band Bad Religion hit the road this fall! Kicking off at the Sherman Theatre and making stops in Nashville, Seattle, Portland and many more across the country. There last album release was 2019's 17th studio album, 'Age of Unreason'. An impassioned and powerful release - it was reviewed as a highly political work that urges us to seek the truth in the mire of the modern world - and ourselves.

Atmosphere at Capitol Theatre

Atmosphere

Fearlessly merging indie rock and hip hop, genre-bending Minneapolis duo Atmosphere was formed fresh out of high school by rapper Sean Daley AKA Slug and DJ/producer Anthony Davis AKA Ant. Honing their craft throughout the 90s, the duo became a regular in the city's underground hip hop scene before breaking into the mainstream in 1997 with the release of their debut album 'Overcast!'. Over two decades later, Slug and Ant continue to maintain a cult-like following of fans with a dynamic work ethic, prolific creative output and relentless tour schedule.

Grand Funk Railroad at Capitol Theatre

Grand Funk Railroad

Formed in 1969, Grand Funk Railroad rose to prominence as one of the 70s most revered hard rock bands thanks to a dedicated and near-constant touring schedule, a simple but bold as brass take on the blues-rock power trio sound and working-class appeal. Catch them as they keep trucking right on into the new decade on the Some Kind Of Wonderful North American tour, crossing 40 cities and marking 51 years of rocking, rolling and refusing to slow down.

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