Margaret Glaspy is at Lamberts. Photo by Ebru Yildiz

Mount Moriah, Margaret Glaspy at Lamberts. This fine double bill pairs rising stars from two of the most respected East Coast record labels, North Carolina’s Merge and the major imprint ATO. Mount Moriah, from the Durham-Chapel Hill area, straddles indie-rock and alt-country behind the alluring voice and lyricism of Heather McEntire on three albums, including the just-released “How To Dance.” Glaspy, who was here last month for SXSW, won’t release her ATO debut till this summer, but a single and a previous EP reveal an intriguing singer-songwriter with big-time potential. $10. 9:30 p.m. 401 W. Second St.

Also: Soulful Louisiana singer-guitarist Marc Broussard plays the Parish with Reed Turner and Peter Aristone. … Longtime Austin roots-rock guitar man Don Leady, whose new Rockin’ Revue band releases its first album this week, plays Sun Radio’s weekly “Texas Radio Live” show at Guero’s with the Folk Family Revival. … Will Taylor & Strings Attached have a new weekly residency at El Mercado Backstage.