David Bromberg is at One World Theatre.

David Bromberg at One World Theatre. An extraordinary session guitarist whose Austin ties include recording with Jerry Jeff Walker, Willie Nelson and Doug Sahm, Bromberg has also released more than a dozen records of his own, connecting the dots between blues, bluegrass, country jazz and more underneath the broad Americana umbrella. His latest Appleseed Recordings collection, “Only Slightly Mad,” traverses a fascinating tracklist of covers, from Blind Willie Johnson to David Wiffen to Carter Stanley, while adding a few choice originals at the end. $25-$93. 8 p.m. 7701 Bee Caves Road. oneworldtheatre.org. — P.B.

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