Ryan Bingham. Photo by Ben Sklar.

Ryan Bingham, Lucero and Twin Forks at Austin Music Hall. Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Ryan Bingham snuck a jampacked solo show into Holy Mountain a few weeks ago, but a lot more folks will get to see him at this show, in which he co-headlines with Memphis alt-country rockers Lucero. Bingham is touring behind “Fear and Saturday Night,” which came out in January and is his first album in three years. Nashville-via-Florida folk-rockers Twin Forks, led by former Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carraba, open the show. $35-$125. 6:45 p.m. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd. austin360amphitheater.com. — P.B.

Also: Austin360 Amphitheater’s scheduled season-kickoff concert with Journey, Steve Miller Band and Tower of Power has been postponed to March 29 because of cold weather. All March 5 tickets and prepaid premium parking passes will be honored. Refunds are available at points of purchase or by calling Ticketmaster at 800-653-8000. … California reggae-rockers the Expendables, touring behind their new album “Sand in the Sky,” are at Emo’s. … Ryan Sambol, former singer of Texas teen rockers the Strange Boys, plays the outdoor stage at the Mohawk with Chris Catalena, Carson McHone, Soul Supporters, Berkshire Hounds and Summer Salt. … Northeast Americana trio Red Molly visits Strange Brew. … Detroit indie rock band Electric Six, touring behind its new album “Human Zoo,” plays indoors at Stubb’s. … California electronica musician Thriftworks, aka Jake Atlas, released three records last year: “Fade,” “Fader” and “Fadest.” Catch him fading away at the Parish. … Local funk-rockers Piqued Jacks album play a release party for their new record “Climb Like Ivy Does” at Red 7.