Jo Lawry, Judith Hill and Lisa Fischer in “Twenty Feet from Stardom,” a documentary about backup singers.

Four shows at Strange Brew. One of a handful of local music venues that regularly books multiple shows every day, the South Austin coffeehouse often serves enough quality fare for an extended outing. This night is a perfect case in point. Come early for a 5 p.m. show by the first-rate Nashville-by-way-of-Houston singer-songwriter Mando Saenz, with Aubrie Sellers opening ($6). At 7 p.m., the Barbara Nesbitt Band features the latest musical forays of the former Whiskey Sister ($10). Strange Brew consistently serves as a choice venue for local acts celebrating CD releases, as melodic quintet the Coordinates will do at 9 p.m. for their new self-titled album ($3). Closing things out at 11 p.m. is singer-songwriter Anthony da Costa, a venue favorite who also plays with Jimmy LaFave and others ($6). 5326 Manchaca Road. — P.B.

Also: Soulful singer Lisa Fischer, who was featured in the acclaimed documentary film “Twenty Feet From Stardom,” is at One World Theatre. … Melbourne, Australia, postpunk band Total Control plays outdoors at the Mohawk with Radioactivity and Spray Paint. … Long-running Alabama surf-rockers Man or Astro-Man? visit the Parish. … Sometimes folksy, sometimes blues local band the Naked Maja hosts Majafest at 3 p.m. at Empire with appearances from Ruby Jane, MCG and more. The club’s evening schedule features a record release party forReservations with Lomelda and Shivery Shakes. … Americana options include Wayne Hancock at the White Horse, James Hand at Saxon Pub and the Guy Forsyth Band at ABGB. … Celebrate the fabulousness of Selena with Bidi Bidi Banda at Holy Mountain. … Underground Live throws a birthday bash for rapper Sertified at Spider House Ballroom.