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Monday: Jackie Venson at Geraldine’s. Austin’s next blues sensation takes a break from supporting Gary Clark Jr. on the road to hold down a string of Monday nights at the swanky hotel bar. She’s back on the road solo at the end of the month before rejoining Clark for a few dates in September. Her next EP is set to drop late this year, and our money says she’s about to make the transition from young upstart to rising star. Free. 9:30 p.m. 605 Davis St. geraldinesaustin.com. — D.S.S.

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Tuesday: Ray Wylie Hubbard at Waterloo Records. What do you call a record that features guest appearances from Patty Griffin, Lucinda Williams, Eric Church and Bright Light Social Hour? Wimberley cowboy poet Hubbard calls it “Tell the Devil I’m Gettin’ There As Fast As I Can,” and who are we to question his fatalism? Help him celebrate the coming of the end times at this in-store appearance for the album, which officially comes out later in the week but will be available early for those who attend. Free. 5 p.m. 600 N. Lamar Blvd. waterloorecords.com. — P.B.

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Thursday: Unplugged at the Grove with Rhett Miller at Shady Grove. KGSR’s popular Blues on the Green shows are now done for the summer, but the station’s smaller weekly series continues for a few more weeks. This one’s a highlight: Miller is best-known for fronting Dallas alt-country rockers the Old 97’s, but he’s made a few solo albums as well, most recently 2015’s “The Traveler.” Free. 8 p.m. 1624 Barton Springs Road. theshadygrove.com/unplugged. — P.B.

READ MORE: Rhett Miller rides the waves between solo records and Old 97’s

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Thursday: Rock & Restock at Belmont. This annual benefit for the Central Texas Food Bank and local music patron organization Black Fret features a remarkably diverse lineup. Headliner Ian Moore, a blues-rock guitar prodigy in his teenage Austin days, now lives in the Pacific Northwest but returns often for hometown gigs. Hip-hop artist Zeale is one of the city’s most energetic live performers. Opener Emily Wolfe has gradually transformed from acoustic-folk singer-songwriter to full-on rocker in recent years. The evening also includes DJ Mixer Rogers spinning records. $20. 6:30 p.m. doors. 305 W. Sixth St. thebelmontaustin.com. — P.B.

ALSO PLAYING

Monday

Lucy Dacus, Diamond Center at Stubb’s indoorTje Austin, Blue Monday Band at Antone’sBeat Root Revival at Saxon PubDale Watson, Peterson Brothers at Continental ClubChurch on Monday Band at Continental Gallery

Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble, featuring the former Stereolab singer, plays Tuesday at the Mohawk. Contributed/Olia Eichenbaum

Tuesday

Laetitia Sadier Source Ensemble at Mohawk indoorKap-G at Come and Take ItJake Andrews, David Grissom at Saxon PubGuitar Legs, Toni Price at Continental ClubEphraim Owens Experience, Curtis McMurtry at Continental ClubDurawa at El Mercado BackstageJeremy Nail, Evan Charles, Aaron Sinclair at Hole in the WallAli Holder, Little Brave at Stay GoldKeeper at Geraldine’s

Wednesday

Dead Cross, Secret Chiefs 3 at Emo’sLindsay Ell at Clearport ATXJames McMurtry, Jon Dee Graham, William Harries Graham at Continental ClubThee Unseen Eye, Tommy Shannon Blues Band, Bill Carter at Antone’sUgly Beats, Rubilators, Michael Ubaldini at Hotel VegasTexas Radio Live with Josh Field, David Touchton at Guero’sWarren Hood at ABGBLos Aztex with Joel Guzman & Sarah Fox at One-2-One Bar

Wednesday-Thursday

Fleet Foxes, Bedouine at ACL Live (sold out)

Thursday

Monte Warden & the Dangerous Few, Bonnie Whitmore at Continental GalleryGuy Forsyth Blues Band, Red Young & His Hot Horns at Antone’sLissa Hattersley’s TripTrio at Evangeline CafeFine & Mellow, Big Coat, Madisons at Stubb’s indoorHoly Child EP release at One-2-One Bar