Arizona-based emo-rockers Jimmy Eat World announced four tour dates in Texas earlier this week, including a stop at Stubb’s on May 18. The dates come before a bigger European tour, where the band will continue to perform songs from their eighth studio album, "Damages," released in December last year. Transmission also added a second performance by Tycho for May 2 after the May 1 show quickly sold out. Tickets to both shows go on sale Friday morning.

More tickets on sale at 10 a.m. Friday:

• Tom Jones at ACL Live (May 2)

• Tycho, Gardens & Villa at the Parish (May 2)

• Peter Murphy at the Belmont (May 27)

• Supersuckers, Nashville P at the Belmont (May 29)

• King Khan & the Shrines, Red Mass at the Mohawk (May 30)

• Typhoon at Central Presbyterian Church (June 7)

• Trombone Shorty at Orleans Avenue (June 15)

• Everclear, Soul Asylum, Eve 6, Spacehog at ACL Live (July 9)

• Wild Cub at the Parish (July 25)

On sale soon: Tickets to see Say Anything, the Front Bottom and the So So Glos at Emo’s on June 14 go on sale Friday, April 3, and tickets for 311 at ACL Live will go on sale Friday, April 18.

— Virginia Yapp

Coming up

"Austin City Limits" will feature Beck, whose new album "Morning Phase" debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard album charts upon its late-February release, in an April 27 taping at ACL Live.

ACL will announce ticket giveaway details soon through the show’s website and its social media outlets. It’s the second appearance on the show for Beck, who appeared in 2002 in conjunction with his "Sea Change" album. April marks the beginning of tapings for the 40th season of the renowned PBS series produced by local affiliate KLRU. The Beck taping follows an April 14 session with Los Lobos. Previously announced tapings include Valerie June on May 28, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds on July 20, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down on Aug. 14 and Eric Church on Sept. 23.

Meanwhile, another long-running local music institution, Waterloo Records, has announced a busy spring of in-store performances, starting with an April 7 twofer: Luther Dickinson plays at 5 p.m. for his New West Records disc "Rock N Roll Blues," followed by Bon Iver drummer S. Carey at 6:30 p.m. in support of his new Jagjaguwar release "Range of Light." Gospel group the Jones Family Singers appear April 11 at 5 p.m. for their Arts + Labor album "The Spirit Speaks."

April 19 is Record Store Day, and local psych-rockers the Black Angels will be in-house at 5 p.m. to celebrate their seven-song, 10-inch clear vinyl release "Clear Lake Forest." And on May 1, Southern rockers the Drive-By Truckers roll in for a 5 p.m. set to support their new ATO Records album "English Oceans."

— Peter Blackstock

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