Mid-March music: Gimme something good, Ryan!

Ryan Adams 
Mon 9 March, 20:00; Falkoner Salen; 480kr

Ex Cardinals frontman Ryan Adams doesn’t need an excuse to play a few shows. In fact, he probably never sleeps. 

He is not only prolific producing records for the likes of Fall Out Boy and Billy Pettinger, but is constantly penning killer tunes that draw influence from all across the musical spectrum. 

Adams released his self-titled album at the tail-end of 2014 featuring his Grammy-nominated single ‘Gimme Something Good’ and the musical talents of Johnny Depp.

He is joined on tour by folk songstress Natalie Prass, who recently contributed vocals to The Gaslight Anthem’s latest record, Get Hurt.

(photo: Nina Volare)

Stefano Bollani trio 
Fri 6 March, 20:00; Jazzhus Montmartre; 250kr

Join the reknowned jazz pianist Stefano Bollani for a night of hits. Backed up by bassist Jesper Bodilsen and drummer Morten Lund, you’re invited to chill out to the smoothest jazz around. 

(photo: Palnatoke)

Friday at Rust
Fri 6 March, 23:00; Rust; 60kr

They are offering up a true melting pot of the latest rock, pop and electronic music with the option of partying the night away in three distinct rooms with countless DJs. This is the place to be. 

(photo: phd.dk)

Steen Jørgensen
Sat 7 March, 21:00; Studie 2, Koncerthuset; 245kr

Steen Jørgensen has spent 40 years in the industry, starting out as a rock singer. These days he’s honed his talents into folk music, bringing his ‘Closer’ tour to an intimate, acoustic setting. 

(photo: Oyvind Solstad)

Simple Minds
Thu 12 March, 20:00; Falkoner Salen; 400kr

After making a highly anticipated comeback last year, the one and only Simple Minds are armed and ready with some of their greatest hits and newer tracks for your entertainment. 

(photo: mojavedesertrebels.tumblr.com)

EHR & Mojave Desert Rebels
Sat 14 March, 20:30; Rust; 40kr

Head on over to Rust for an evening of wildly varied music performances from KarriereKanonen-approved electronica outfit EHR, as well as psychedelic blues group Mojave Desert Rebels. 

(photo: noelgallagher.com)

Noel Gallagher
Tue 17 March, 20:00; Vega; 395kr

After famously quitting Oasis back in 2009, the slightly less gobby Gallagher brother is not mourning former glory and going it alone. He’s out on the road in support of his forthcoming second album, Chasing Yesterday.