• Massey Hall (178 Victoria), tonight (Thursday, March 30)
His latest album, Other People's Lives, may pale in comparison to his Kinks classics, but any Ray Davies show promises to be an entertaining night out.
Khonnor, the Greater Explosives
Supermarket (268 Augusta), tonight (Thursday, March 30)
The pride of northeastern Vermont (no, not Green Mountain Coffee or Ben & Jerry's), laptop soul kid Khonnor makes a rare appearance outside his bedroom. Maybe he'll even throw in a handbell jingle for good measure.
• Drake Underground (1050 Queen West), Friday (March 31)
Obsessive Echo & the Bunnymen fan Kelley Stoltz will be plugging his great new Below The Branches album, but cross your fingers and hope he encores with something off Crocodiles.
Neko Case, the High Dials
• Music Hall (147 Danforth), Sunday (April 2)
Hearing Neko Case's killer pipes echoing off the walls of the bat-infested Danforth Music Hall is even better than watching Girls Gone Wild: Island Orgy. Trust us.
Flaming Lips, Wolfmother
Phoenix (410 Sherbourne), Tuesday (April 4)
Their new At War With The Mystics disc may be packed with uncharacteristically sombre subject matter, but you won't be able to stop grinning if the Flaming Lips bust out a Queen cover.
Wayne Shorter Quartet, Brad Mehldau
• Massey Hall (178 Victoria), Wednesday (April 5)
Here's a rare opportunity to see a true jazz legend. Saxophonist/ composer Wayne Shorter blows heat at Massey Hall, with the exceptionally talented Brad Mehldau opening. Don't miss it.