Promotional hand out photo of The Subdudes.

Subdudes at One World Theatre. With roots in both New Orleans and Colorado, the Subdudes have a sound that travels a lot of ground in American music. Their most recent disc, “Flower Petals,” delved deeper into country territory, but their bread and butter has been the kind of soul/jazz/R&B stew that made them naturals for spots on HBO’s Crescent City-based show “Treme.” $20-$88. 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. 7701 Bee Caves Road. — P.B.

Also: It might not be an “Absinthe Party at the Fly Honey Warehouse,” but Minus the Bear plays Emo’s. … Stubb’s hosts a night of thoughtful Christian rock with Mat Kearney and Judah & the Lion. … Lovely, expressive cellist Zoe Keating is at the Parish. … Atmospheric Icelandic metal bandSolstafir plays Red 7. … Two local singer-songwriters have CD-release shows: Danny Schmidt at Cactus Cafe, and David Hamburger at Strange Brew. … Stateside at the Paramount presents a Texas Songwriters Circle with Johnny Bush, Mike Harmeier and Ramsay Midwood. … Eclectic artist Gina Chavez plays the weekly “Soul of a Musician” series at 6:30 p.m. at Iron Cactus North.