This guitar legend, who automatically gets listed behind Clapton on best string-bender lists, is the peer of the most vaunted ’60s classic rockers. In a better world, he’d be hauled out
as the go-to guy for blazing solos instead of Slash. Beck stands apart because his latest album is actually a nice, nostalgic blast of old-school rock. Live, he still wisely lets others take the mic–tonight, Irish singer Imelda May, who accompanied him at the Grammys and collaborated with him on the new record.
Mon., March 28, 8 p.m., 2011