Hozier at Austin Music Hall. The emotional Irish singer became a superstar last year when his stirring song “Take Me to Church,” accompanied by an intrepid, graphic video outcry against Russia’s anti-homosexuality laws, became a viral sensation. He was supposed to play an afternoon slot at the Austin City Limits Music Festival but missed weekend one because of illness and weekend two for “Saturday Night Live.” In a brutal tease, South by Southwest announced and then un-announced him for the 2014 fest. This is the show Austin fans have been waiting for. Technically sold out. 208 Nueces St. c3concerts.com 7 p.m. doors.
Also: A last-minute add to the Waterloo Records in-store schedule finds Texas twosome Randy Rogers & Wade Bowen celebrating the release of their first duo record “Hold My Beer, Vol. 1″ with a 12:30 p.m. appearance that’ll also feature free slices from Austin Pizza while they last. … Indie singer-songwriter Waxahatchee has a new album called “Ivy Tripp” out this month on Merge Records. She plays at Red 7. … Rapper/Beatboxer Joe Driscoll and Guinean kora sensation Sekou Kouyateput down an absorbing mix of hip-hop, afrobeat and rock at Flamingo Cantina. … Chaos in Tejas presents a five-band bill indoors at the Mohawk with the Flex, Red Death, Breakout, Glue and Concrete. … Nashville country singer Caitlin Rose plays the indoor stage at Stubb’s.