Joe Walsh of the Eagles. Robb D. Cohen/RobbsPhotos.com

The Eagles at the Erwin Center. The classic 1970s country-rockers have been touring their “History of the Eagles” show for nearly two years, since the release of the documentary of the same name in 2013. The latest (and possibly last) leg of the tour starts in Austin, following Don Henley’s solo appearance Saturday night at the Cherokee Creek Music Festival (which suggests possible Sunday-Monday Eagle-spotting around town). Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Bernie Leadon and Timothy B. Schmidt round out the lineup on this tour, plus five side players to make it a big-time show (with the commensurate big-ticket price). $79.50-$179.50. 1701 Red River St. uterwincenter.com.

Also: Back in the racks after a six-year absence, Idaho indie juggernaut Built to Spill brings the tour for its new “Untethered Moon” to Stubb’s with Wooden Indian Burial Ground and Clarke & the Himselfs. … Top-notch songwriter Bill Carter is at the Saxon Pub, which features a 6 p.m. happy-hour set by guitarist David Grissom. … The Continental Club features a 10 p.m. show by Alejandro Escovedo after its regular Tuesday happy-hour slot with Toni Price.