Uncle Lucius. Photo by Josh Rasmussen.

Ginger Baker at One World Theatre. He’ll always be best-known as the drummer for Cream with guitarist Eric Clapton and the late bassist Jack Bruce, but Baker has explored a lot of territory that runs well beyond the classic-rock realm in a career that now stretches across six decades. A 1970s stretch in Nigeria found him digging into African music; more recently, he’s steered toward improv with the Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion quartet. He also was the subject of a recent film voted best documentary at SXSW 2012. $45-$113. 8 p.m. 7701 Bee Caves Road. oneworldtheatre.org.

Also: Austin band Uncle Lucius celebrates the release of its new album at the Parish with Jonathan Terrell and Harvest Thieves. … Dale Watson does a free 5 p.m. in-store at Waterloo Records to show off his new disc “Call Me Insane” and plays later at the Highball. … Gina Chavez and Brian Kremer play a fundraiser for ATX6 at ABGB. … Oklahoma indie-rock band Other Lives storms the Mohawk’s outdoor stage with Riothorse Royale and Dark Rooms. … South African folk musician Jeremy Loops plays indoors at Stubb’s with local opener Tahoma. … San Francisco singer-songwriter Christopher Owens visits Red 7 with Booher. … The Republic of Texas Rally begins a four-day run at Travis County Expo Center with music from Creedence Clearwater Revisited.