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Even more concerts worth seeing this spring in Orlando

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So even after highlighting our 20 best concerts coming to Orlando this spring, we realize that there's so much more sonic goodness on offer. Here's even more live music that you shouldn't miss out on.

Wednesday, March 14
Agent Orange

8 p.m. at Will’s Pub; $10
Old-line West Coast punks bring decades worth of infectious, loud, surfy anti-anthems to town.

Wednesday, March 14
Women in Song: Heather Masse with Jed Wilson

8 p.m. at Plaza Live; $22
Boundary-pushing Americana singer Masse and jazz pianist Wilson team with the Phil for this installment of the Women in Song series.

Thursday, March 15
Celebrating David Bowie

8 p.m. at Plaza Live; $29.50-$49.50
Bowie sidemen like Mike Garson lead a rotating cast of musicians through Ziggy’s greatest works.

Saturday, March 17
Dead Meadow

8 p.m. at Will’s Pub; $13-$15
D.C. stoner rock trio Dead Meadow are poised to squeegee your third eye.

Monday, March 19
Mike + the Mechanics

7 p.m. at Plaza Live; $39.50-$69.50
Long-running solo outlet for Genesis founding member and guitarist Mike Rutherford.

Wednesday, March 21
Ceschi

8 p.m. at Will’s Pub; $12-$15
Fake Four founder and endlessly creative indie rapper comes through with fellow travelers Onry Ozzborn, Moodie Black and Esh.

Thursday, March 22
Ariadne Greif and Alterity Chamber Orchestra

7:30 p.m. at Orlando Ballet Company Studios; $20
Acclaimed avant-garde operatic vocalist Greif teams with the young musicians of Alterity for a sure-to-be-unique night.

Friday, March 23
Yacht Rock Revue

7:30 at House of Blues; $8.75
Sweet Jesus, this tribute to the works of Christopher Cross, the Doobie Brothers, et al. is smooth.

Saturday, March 24
Alice Cooper

8 p.m. at Hard Rock Live; $45.50
The original Motor City shock rocker breaks out the guillotine one more time.

Saturday, March 24
Chrome Sparks, Machinedrum

7 p.m. at the Social; $22-$25
Neu young synthesist Chrome Sparks teams with the acclaimed, hip-hop-steeped Machinedrum.

Friday, March 30
Broken Social Scene

7 p.m. at House of Blues; $26-$48.75
Redoubtable Toronto indie rock collective big on hooks and heartbreak.

Wednesday, April 4
Ho99o9

8 p.m. at Blackstar; $18.80
A truly seismic night with rap demons Ho999o9 joined by 3Teeth and the terrifying Street Sects.

Friday, April 6
Buddy Guy

7 p.m. at House of Blues; $39.50
Beyond-legendary Chicago blues guitarist is responsible for influencing a good deal of the rock music in your record collection.

Friday, April 13
Dr. Dog

9 p.m. at Plaza Live; $23-$34.50
Good-time rockers Dr. Dog come bearing songs from critically lauded new album Critical Equation. (Hey!)

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Friday, April 20
Minus the Bear

6 p.m. at the Beacham; $29.50
Seattle indie-rock heroes continue to expand their musical boundaries ever outward.

Sunday, April 29
Alan Parsons Live Project

8 p.m. at the Plaza Live; $57-$77
Legendary prog-rock behemoths reunite for a night of technical wizardry.

Sunday, April 29
Bad Bunny

7 p.m. at Amway Center; $80.50-$140.50
The Puerto Rican rapper-producer is rising fast – he was recently named an Apple Music “Up Next” artist.

Thursday, May 3
Brian Jonestown Massacre

7 p.m. at the Social; $30-$35
Against all odds, the relentlessly creative and constantly changing psych-rock ensemble led by Anton Newcombe survives and thrives.

Tuesday, May 8
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

7 p.m. at the Beacham; $26
Makeup gig for the American shoegaze-sleaze merchants and feedback enthusiasts.

Friday, May 11
Patti LaBelle
8 p.m. at the Dr. Phillips Center; $39.50
Iconic diva and foodie entrepreneur LaBelle restakes her claim as one of the great voices of R&B.

Monday, May 14
Jonathan Davis

7 p.m. at Plaza Live; $35-$59.50
Korn vocalist steps out on his own, shows his softer side.

Wednesday, May 16
Oh Wonder

7 p.m. at House of Blues; $25-$29
U.K. indie-pop duo have hit the big time, but keep their focus squarely on their sweet, catchy music.

Thursday, May 17
New Found Glory

6:30 p.m. at House of Blues; $28.50
Pop-punk stalwarts return, bringing Bayside, Movielife and former Yellowcard singer Ryan Key along for the ride.

Thursday, May 17
American Pleasure Club

7 p.m. at Soundbar; $13-$15
Once known as Teen Suicide, the former solo songwriting vehicle for singer/guitarist Sam Ray is now a fully formed band.

Friday, May 18
Hammerfall

6:30 p.m. at the Haven Lounge; $27-$70
Beyond-epic Swedish metal gods are like several live action role-playing games come to life all at once.