One thing you can't say about Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart is that he's not busy. In addition to his famous collaboration with Annie Lennox, he's produced and co-written songs for rock and pop heavyweights including Bono, Bryan Ferry, Tom Petty and Katy Perry. Plus there's his work with Mick Jagger, et al., in the aptly titled supergroup SuperHeavy. As lauded as the man is for playing well with others, the past two years have been a prolific period for Stewart in his own right. Releasing The Ringmaster General in 2012 and Lucky Numbers last year, the now 61-year-old musician is showing no signs of slowing. And unlike many of his contemporaries, he doesn't rely on past glories; he's currently creating some of the most challenging and lauded work of his career.

Fri., March 14, 8 p.m., 2014
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