Lissie performs at Emo’s. 2013 photo by Rodolfo Gonzalez/American-Statesman

Lissie at Emo’s. At an afternoon South by Southwest set last month, the folk pop singer brought a husky-voiced chill reminiscent of Stevie Nicks. Arming herself with an acoustic guitar and looking like she just got back from a chakra-centering desert hike, the singer’s dust-in-the-throat voice and able strumming intertwined beautifully with her electric guitarist’s wavy vibrations. We expect she’ll build on this vibe for her full-length Emo’s show. Skrizzly Adams opens. $20-$23. Doors at 8 p.m. 2015 E. Riverside Drive. — Eric Webb

Also: Jam band Widespread Panic begins a three-night stand at ACL Live. Friday and Saturday are sold out, but Sunday tickets are still available. Downstairs afterward, surfer-songwriter Donavon Frankenreiter plays the 3Ten club with Shawn Nelson. … Singer-songwriter Hayes Carll plays a 5 p.m. in-store at Waterloo Records to celebrate his new album “Lovers and Leavers.” … Philadelphia’s Dr. Dog, touring behind their new album “The Psychedelic Swamp,” team up with Austin’s own Shakey Graves for the first of two nights outdoors at Stubb’s, with Son Little opening. … North Carolina trio Southern Culture on the Skids finishes a five-night run at the Continental Club with Friday and Saturday gigs. … Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh plays two sold-out shows at the Contemporary Austin. … Louisiana zydeco rounders Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas play Antone’s. … Brooklyn alt-rockers American Authors are at Sidewinder. … Nashville indie-folk band Judah & the Lion stops in at the Parish with Saint Johns. … Portland, Ore., singer-songwriter Chris Pureka visits Cactus Cafe. … Top Americana options include the Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash at the Paramount, Wood & Wire at Scoot Inn with Possessed By Paul James, and a Threadgill’s triple bill featuring Bruce Robison, Canada’s Corb Lund and the new Jesse Dayton/Mike Stinson/John Evans group El Trio Grande.