Don Williams

Don Williams at the Paramount Theatre. There was a time when Don Williams’ reassuringly warm voice regularly popped up on country radio with hits such as “I Believe in You” or “Good Ole Boys Like Me,” and those were halcyon times for the genre. Country radio has changed, a lot, but Williams hasn’t changed much: On his new album “Reflections,” he’s still giving a nod to Townes Van Zandt with a cover of “I’ll Be Here in the Morning,” three decades after he and Emmylou Harris took Van Zandt’s “If I Needed You” to the country top five. $67-$82. 8 p.m. 713 Congress Ave. austintheatre.org. — P.B.

Also: Country-rocker Cody Canada brings his post-Cross Canadian Ragweed group The Departed to the Belmont. … Nashville indie-folk duo Neulore brings the tour for its new album “Animal Evolve” to the indoor stage at Stubb’s with opener Taylor & the Wild Now. … Catch soulful singer Malford Milligan at 6:30 p.m. every Wednesday in November at C-Boy’s Heart & Soul. … The Broken Spoke’s weeklong 50th-anniversary party continues with a free-admission show featuring a house band and a gathering of various Spoke veterans sitting in.