Hoodie Allen, Chiddy Bang, Max at Stubb’s outdoor. The former Google Ads employee is riding high off the release of his debut full-length “People Keep Talking,” a solid platter full of clever, radio-friendly hip-pop that dropped last month. The video for “All About It,” which features British pop star Ed Sheeran in a goofball superhero send up, logged well over a million YouTube views in its first week so it’s a safe guess that people are, in fact, talking. $25 advance, $27 door. 7 p.m. doors. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com
Uncle Walt’s Band tribute at Strange Brew. Champ Hood, one of Austin’s finest musicians until his death from cancer in November 2001, was not only a member of the legendary string trio Uncle Walt’s Band with Walter Hyatt and David Ball, he was also father to fiddler Warren Hood and uncle to guitarist Marshall Hood. Those two are joined by the latter’s former Belleville Outfit bandmates Rob Teeter and Nigel Frye for a 90-minute set of Uncle Walt’s songs that will connect Austin acoustic music’s past to its present and future. $15. 5 p.m. 5326 Manchaca Road. strangebrewloungeside.com.
Also: It’s been a memorable November for American music masters at the Paramount, with shows by Don Williams, Rufus Wainwright and Randy Newman. The roll continues with extraordinary pianist, songwriter and showman Leon Russell; Little Freddie King opens. … Jonathan Toubinbrings his popular NYC dance party Soul Clap to Hotel Vegas. … Musical mischief makers the Minor Mishap Marching Band host a Black and Yellow Ball at Slackerville, near End of an Ear in South Austin. … Karaoke Apocalypse & Karaoke Underground celebrate 10 years of helping Austinites live out rock star fantasies with a sing-along celebration at the Scoot Inn. … Rapper Bobby Schmurda, whose viral Schmoney Dance made him an Internet star this summer, plays the Mohawk. … Local disco outfit Whiite Walls headlines the Inaugural Stache Rash: A Movember Benefit at Spiderhouse Ballroom. … Country music radio stations KASE and KVET celebrate An Austin Country Christmas with Nashville recording artist Dustin Lynch, Craig Campbell and Kristian Bush.