Lucinda Williams JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Lucinda Williams at Stubb’s. “I didn’t set out to make a country soul album,” Lucinda Williams said earlier this year in reference to her new two-disc release “Down Where the Spirit Meets the Bone.” “But all of a sudden, all of these songs were like, OK, where does thie need to go? Memphis, and Muscle Shoals.” The intersection of country and soul is a natural destination on Williams’ rambling musical atlas, and there’s a ton of intriguing stuff to explore in this 100-minutes-plus opus, from the opening “Compassion” (written with her father, the renowned poet Miller Williams) to a nearly 10-minute ruminative rendition of the late J.J. Cale’s “Magnolia” at the end. She’ll get to some of that, plus no doubt a lot of her classic Americana material, in this outdoor show at Stubb’s with opener the Kenneth Brian Band. $28-$30. 7 p.m. doors. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com. — P.B.

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