Brown Sabbath at ACL Live. When Austin’s top border funk outfit Brownout did a night of revisionist Ozzy Osbourne covers as a one-off in 2013, they had no idea classic metal infused with global rhythm and groove would become the sleeper hit of 2014. After a killer Pachanga Fest appearance, the band wowed audiences across the country on tour. A friend of the band caught Ozzy himself raving about “some Mexican guy who sounds just like me” on Sirius Radio, and later this spring the band will travel to the Mexican Riviera to support the metal titan at OzzFiesta. For this gig, Ghostland Observatory’s Aaron Behrens and the Sword’s Kyle Shutt are along for the ride. $19.50-$29.50. 8 p.m. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com.
Also: Celebrating 20 years together and the recent re-release of their breakthrough album “Ugly Organ,” Omaha, Neb., emo band Cursive makes a stop at the Mohawk. … Boulder, Colo., jazztronica group Big Gigantic brings its big-band electro-fusion to Stubb’s outdoors. … The Astronaut Tour, featuring glitchy electro artists Space Jesus and Freddy Todd, comes to the Parish. … Rootsy California singer-songwriter Anne McCue, touring behind her new disc “Blue Sky Thinkin’,” visits the Continental Club. … 1960s pop vocal group the Lettermen play One World Theatre. … Dallas soul sensation Bobby Patterson begins a two-night stand at C-Boy’s. … Top local talent in action includes Sara Hickman at the Cactus Cafe, Bob Schneider up north at the Roost, and ambient electronica act The Clouds Are Ghosts at Red7. … A reunited Johnny Law plays an acoustic set at Strange Brew.