Carolyn Wonderland. Photo by Jay Janner/American-Statesman

Carolyn Wonderland Band with Marcia Ball and Shelley King at Antone’s. Austin women have long been part of the Antone’s legacy, as evidenced by the 1992 compilation album called simply “Antone’s Women” that featured Lou Ann Barton, Angela Strehli, Marcia Ball and many more regulars of the club’s Guadalupe Street heyday. On this night, Ball joins with comparatively newer arrivals Wonderland and King, who rose to prominence locally during the club’s West Fifth Street years. Their trio performance adds another brick to the fresh legacy being built at the new Antone’s. $15. 8:30 p.m. 305 E. Fifth St. antonesnightclub.com.

Jackie Venson live recording, Sunday at Strange Brew. A rising star whose music blends elements of soul, jazz, blues and hip-hop, Venson plans to follow up her auspicious 2014 debut album with a live record that she’ll be capturing in this two-show appearance. $15-25. 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. 5326 Manchaca Road. strangebrewloungeside.com.

Also: Portland, Ore., folk-bluegrass outfit the Harmed Brothers visit Radio Coffee & Beer with Andy Bianculli of local band Star Parks opening. … The Fab Four aren’t actually the Fab Four, but they Californians will play a fine selection of the Liverpool Fab Four’s songs at One World Theatre. … Record-release shows include Black Balsam for “See You Later, See You There” at Cheer Up Charlie’s and SuperEtte with a 5 p.m. in-store for its new EP at Waterloo Records. … Other hometown options include the Resentments at the Saxon Pub, Timberos Del Norte at One-2-One Bar and the Sophia Johnson Band at 4 p.m. at ABGB.