Loretta Lynn is at ACL Live. Photo by Kelly West / American-Statesman

Polyphonic Spree at Emo’s. In their 15-year run, the Dallas choral rockers have shed their choir robes and reinvented themselves as “The Fragile Army” (and the greatest “Rocky Horror Picture Show” cover band in history). Now the band refocuses on “The Beginning Stages Of…,” their debut album recorded in two days in 2000. It was a rebellion against guitar rock and a statement of purpose for bandleader Tim DeLaughter, who was grieving a friend and former collaborator. By the time the band toured the album, their stage spectacle had eclipsed the original arrangements. For this show, the band will play the entire album in sequence. Calliope Musicals opens. $23-$25. 7 p.m. doors. 2015 E. Riverside Drive. emosaustin.com. — D.S.S.

Also: Though bluegrass great Ralph Stanley had to cancel his planned Paramount Theatre show after fracturing his hip, Sunday still brings two other legendary octogenarian acts to town, with Loretta Lynn at ACL Live and the Buena Vista Social Club at the Long Center. … Fantasia, who’s emerged as an excellent R&B singer since winning “American Idol” in 2004,  plays Cedar Park Center with El DeBarge. … East Coast Americana band Lake Street Dive, which just signed a deal with Nonesuch for its next record early next year, visits the Parish with David Moss. … Swamp-rock great Tony Joe White plays the indoor stage at Stubb’s. … British rockers Bring Me the Horizon have shifted from thrashing metal to a more pop-oriented sound on their new album. They’re at the Austin Music Hall with Issues. … Red Fang will still be thrashing hard at the Mohawk outdoors. … The Lost Austin Band features Gary P. Nunn, Bob Livingston and other longtime locals playings songs from the city’s 1970s cosmic-cowboy era at Threadgill’s. … Soul singer Miss Lavelle White holds court at 8 p.m. at Strange Brew, with New York singer-songwriter Dayna Kurtz preceding at 6 p.m. … The “Soul of a Musician” series at Iron Cactus North features Wild Seeds leader Michael Hall. … Honky-tonkers Mike & the Moonpies play a 5 p.m. in-store at Waterloo Records for their new record “Mockingbird.”