OBN IIIs at Beerland. Orville Bateman Neeley III and company bring their loud, frantic rock ‘n’ roll show to Beerland one more time before heading out on tour. With Crooked Bangs, Dikes of Holland and Ditch Witch. $6. 10 p.m. 711 Red River St. beerlandaustin.com — Peter Mongillo
Also playing: Psychic Ills, Holy Wave, Ringo Deathstar and Deep Space at Red 7; Dustin Welch at the Continental Club; Love Inks, White Walls and Orthy at Hotel Vegas.
Bruce Robison & Kelly Willis at the Cactus Café. Bruce and Kelly are an Austin institutionm and their newish album, "Cheater’s Game," the first in their careers credited to Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison, is a stone cold keeper, a wise mix of originals and canny covers (Dave Alvin’s "Border Radio," Dickie Lee’s "9,999,999"). This show is technically sold out. 8 p.m. 2247 Guadalupe St. cactuscafe.org. — Joe Gross
Also playing: Old 97’s, Salim Nourallah at Antone’s; The Zoltars (7" release show), The Young at Hotel Vegas; Kelly Rhodes, Nic Walker, Kenny Harris at Trailer Space; Jucifer at the Mohawk; Clit Eastwood, Trip Crystals at Beerland; He’s My Brother She’s My Sister at the Parish; SpaceGhostPurrp, Raider Klan at Red 7; Dana Falconberry, Good Field, Belaire, Little Lo at Holy Mountain; Darsombra, Crawl, Korperschwache at Club 1808; Awen, Gabhar, Furnacedoor, Death Church at the 29th St. Ballroom; Digital Wild, Park N Murray at Frontier Bar; Chapparall Dixielanders, Greatest American Heroes at the Carousel Lounge; Foot Patrol, Pocket FishRmen at Metal & Lace.
MapJam (various locations). KUTX bring the Austin Music Map to life with a day-long series of concerts at venues throughout town. The day begins at noon with Wood & Wire at the Hops and Grain Brewery and moves on to several other venues, including Tillery Park, Cheer Up Charlies, the Scoot Inn and the White Horse. With Riders Against the Storm, Residual Kid, Rosie Flores and the Riveters and more. Noon-11 p.m. Free. kutx.org. — P.M.
Also playing: Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis at the Continental Club; Hardproof Afrobeat at Hotel Vegas; The Maccabees with Reputante and Gambles at the Parish; Carolyn Wonderland at the Saxon Pub.
Samantha Crain at the Scoot Inn. The Oklahoma native’s music is pure Americana. The show celebrates the release of her new album "Kid Face," which, well, she does indeed kind of have. With the Lonesome Heroes, Carpetbagger. This show is free. 9 p.m. 1308 E. Fourth St. scootinnaustin.com. — J.G.
Also playing: Benefit for Trailer Space Records with Bear Suit Sucker Punch, Violet Crown Death Squad, more at The Annex at 1808; BooBo Records Release Party with Wolvie, ThinkNoThink, Deep Space, Wil Cope and Wounded Coyote at the Mohawk; Seer See, Vitamins, White Powder at the Legendary White Swan; Electric Six at Stubb’s; Wyatt Cenac at The North Door; Clay Harrell Band, Rollfast Ramblers at the Sahara Lounge.
Jesse Woods at Mohawk. Austin singer-songwriter Jesse Woods, who is at work on a new album, writes songs that are dense with atmosphere and wildly catchy. With Austin Leonard Jones and Migration of Wolves. 9 p.m. $6. 912 Red River St. mohawkaustin.com — P.M.
Also playing: Space Camp Death Squad, MC Sex, Pojo and Teo and Blake MadHype at Beerland; Chris Cubas music and comedy extravaganza at Holy Mountain; Dale Watson at the Continental Club; Lonelyland at the Saxon Pub; Lost and Nameless Orchestra at the Cactus Cafe.
Tame Impala at Stubb’s. On "Lonerism," this Australian band’s 2012 outing, wiggy, wobbly electronics crash into the sort of psychedelic pop the Beatles all but invented. Loopy and mesmeric, the album landed on the very top of Waterloo Records best of 2012 list, so expect many record store clerks in attendance. But don’t let that stop you. With the Growl. Doors at 6 p.m. $20. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com — J.G.
Also playing: Barfield the Tyrant, Alejandro Escovedo at the Continental Club; Susan Torres and Conjunto Clemencia, Gumbe Ce Soir at the Scoot Inn; Matthew and the Arrogant Sea, Lonesome Heroes at the Mohawk; Picardy III, Blue Bear, Jack Valen, Bryce Clifford at Holy Mountain; Wil Cope at Hotel Vegas.
Mary J. Blige at ACL Live. One of the most celebrated singers and songwriters of all time, Mary J. Blige has spent the last 20 years selling millions of records, winning multiple Grammys and appearing in television and film. 6:30 p.m.
$75-145. 310 W. Second St. acl-live.com — P.M.
Also playing: Meat Mist, Naw Dude, Marriage and Air Traffic Controllers at Beerland; Black Irish Texas at Stubb’s; Tristan Prettyman and Anya Marina at the Parish; Jon Dee Graham at the Continental Club; Walt Wilkins at the Saxon Pub; the Mau Mau Chaplains at Flamingo Cantina.