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Buddy Guy at ACL Live. If you’re looking to cross musical heavyweights off your bucket list this weekend presents several opportunities. The Chicago bluesman turns 79 at the end of the month, making this one feel the most pressing. Thankfully, the guitar great, who influenced countless superstar ax-slingers from Jimi Hendrix to Eric Clapton, is still in fighting form. Reviews from the current tour find him commanding the stage and delivering his characteristic, blistering guitar solos that boggle the mind. $39-$59. 8 p.m. 310 W. Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com — D.S.S.

Also: Jazz rock icons Steely Dan come to Austin360 Amphitheater with razor-witted original hipster Elvis Costello. … Ben Kweller, who enthralled a packed Erwin Center with just an acoustic guitar in his opening set for Ed Sheeran earlier this year, plays a free family-friendly concert at the Bob Bullock with East Cameron Folkcore. … Sibling band Delta Rae, purveyors of melodrama from North Carolina, bring the tour for their Sire Records sophomore album “After It All” to Emo’s. … Sam Beam brings Iron & Wine back to town to play his annual Midwives Benefit with Kelley Mickwee at Paramount. … NYC duo Tanlines play catchy electropop at Red 7 with Canadian electro artistMas Ysa opening. … Former Tower of Power lead Larry Braggs plays a solo set at Strange Brew. … Top local picks include swirly pop actMoving Panoramas at Cheer Up Charlie’s, singer-songwriter Sara Hickman at Cactus Cafe, ’80s faves the Reivers at ABGB with Ice Cold Single, and blues-rockers Eve & the Exiles at Little Longhorn Saloon.