Jimmy Webb. Photo by Jessica Walker.

Jimmy Webb at One World Theatre. Native Oklahoman Jimmy Webb could have rested on his laurels before he was even out of his 20s. His hit compositions rained out of the radio in the late 1960s, from Glen Campbell’s city-name triptych (“Galveston,” “Wichita Lineman,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”) to the Apollo-crew-adopted “Up, Up and Away” to actor Richard Harris’ ultimate melodrama “MacArthur Park.” Over the next few decades, hundreds of artists recorded Webb tunes, but there’s nothing quite like hearing them sung by the writer himself. When Webb engages the piano, throws his head back and reaches for the high peaks of “The Moon’s a Harsh Mistress” and “Highwayman,” magic happens. $20-$88. 7 p.m. 7701 Bee Caves Road. oneworldtheatre.org. — P.B.

Also: KUTX continues their free music series at Uncle Billy’s with a performance from Sip Sip, the electronic groove collective that includes members of Mother Falcon, Corduroi and Powernap. … Strange Brew presents another living-legend songwriter,Willis Alan Ramsey, performing with his wife Alison Rogers at 8 p.m. … Earlier in the day at Strange Brew is a 4:30 p.m. double CD-release party for Matt Harlan’s “Raven Hotel” and Judy & Rose’s “Goodnight Moon,” with Robert Earl Keen Band guitarist Rich Brotherton joining both. … A little earlier in the afternoon, catch a 3 p.m. set by soulful singer Miss Lavelle White at the Saxon Pub.