Jenny Lewis & the Watson Twins
Opera House (735 Queen East), tonight (Thursday, March 16)
You may go to see Rilo Kiley singer Jenny Lewis, but youll leave thinking about the sweet sister harmonies of Kentuckys Chandra and Leigh Watson.
Mod Club (722 College), Friday (March 17)
Even playing solo with just an acoustic guitar, former Stranglers frontman Hugh Cornwell hasn't lost that punk edge. Nasty but still nice.
El Mocambo (735 Queen East), Saturday (March 18)
Hes cute, cuddly and now spiritual, too. Whats not to like about the indie boffin from Oz? See feature, page 54.
Oasis, Arctic Monkeys
Air Canada Centre (40 Bay), Monday (March 20)
Considering the way the Arctic Monkeys debut CD is selling compared to how the sixth Oasis studio album is doing, this may be your last chance to see the Gallagher brothers following a performance by their Sheffield rivals.
Love Is All, CaUSE Co-MOTION!
Lee´s Palace (529 Bloor West), Tuesday (March 21)
Find out why everyones buzzing about Swedens Love Is All when the saxophone-equipped Gothenberg goomers tear up Lees. See feature, page 50.
Coldplay, Richard Ashcroft
Air Canada Centre (40 Bay), Wednesday (March 22)
If James Blunt is the new James Taylor, then soft-rockers Coldplay could very well be this generation's Bread. But even David Gates had the sense not to call one of his kids Apple. Make child-naming fair!