Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders performs at Stubb’s on Sunday March 1, 2009. Photo by Jay Janner/American-Statesman.

Chrissie Hynde at ACL Live. Given how synonymous British rocker Hynde’s image and has become with the Pretenders band name, it’s probably not any big stretch that this summer’s “Stockholm” actually marked the first time she released an album under her own name. That’ll be the focus of this show, though it seems likely she’ll throw a few bones to longtime Pretenders fans as well. Get there early for the Rails, an intriguing new folk-pop act fronted by Kamila Thompson (daughter of Richard & Linda) and her renowned guitarist husband James Walbourne. $39-$59 (technically sold out). $35-$75. 8 p.m. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com.

Also: Florida rockers Boyce Avenue visit Emo’s with Kris Allen. … Rootsy Brooklyn trio The Lone Bellowplays the Parish with Foreign Fields and Kristin Diable. … New Jersey emo group Saves the Day and Los Angeles rockers Say Anything co-headline on the Mohawk’s outdoor stage. … Expect a big draw for country-rock singer-songwriter Hayes Carll at the Saxon Pub. … Sun Radio’s Texas Radio Live Series at Guero’s Oak Garden features one of its best lineups yet with ace songwriter Gary Nicholson and soulful singer and multi-instrumentalist Jeff Plankenhorn.