Friday: Majid Jordan at Emo’s. Jordan Ullman and Majid Al Maskati’s dreamy R&B duo is one of the most promising of the many Drake-ish acts from the Toronto rap kingpin’s October’s Very Own label. The group is best known for co-producing and performing on Drizzy’s hit “Hold On, We’re Going On,” and the track’s anthemic vibe echoes through their own soulful pop releases, including last year’s very solid album “The Space Between.” Stwo opens. $29-$31. 8 p.m. doors. 2015 E. Riverside Drive. emosaustin.com. — D.S.S.


Saturday: Jose Gonzalez at Long Center. When Gonzalez, a Swedish singer-songwriter and classical guitarist of Argentinian descent, played the Austin City Limits Music Festival in 2015, he won over the crowd with quietly beautiful sounds in the midst of outdoor-fest cacophony. The Long Center is a more natural venue for appreciating his art. Opening the show is Bedouine, the artistic moniker of Azniv Korkejian, who strikes a similar chord with the adventurous folk tunes on her acclaimed 2017 debut album. $29-$69. 8 p.m. 701 W. Riverside Drive. thelongcenter.org. — P.B.


Saturday: Jay Farrar Duo at 3Ten. One of 2017’s best touring shows was a sold-out Scoot Inn performance by Son Volt, the band Farrar has fronted since leaving alt-country trailblazers Uncle Tupelo in the mid-1990s. Farrar returns with multi-instrumentalist Gary Hunt for a more acoustic affair that will cover material from the whole of his career, from Tupelo and Son Volt staples to songs from his solo records and the “New Multitudes” album of Woody Guthrie lyrics set to music. $22-$25. 8:30 p.m. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. 3tenaustin.com. — P.B.


Sunday: Posies at Cactus Cafe. When they rose up as teen wonders in late-1980s Seattle, Jon Auer and Ken Stringfellow were like the grunge antidote. Although they could rock out with plenty of energy onstage, their music was deeply rooted in classic pop, and it stressed the natural beauty of their vocal harmonies. As such, this acoustic show provides a fine chance to hear their music in its purest element. Over the years, the two became key members of the reconstituted Big Star, and Stringfellow toured as an R.E.M. sideman for years. But they’ve always returned to the Posies on occasion, and a recent series of reissues by Omnivore Recordings had given new life to the great records they made in their younger days. $25. 8 p.m. 2247 Guadalupe St. cactuscafe.org. — P.B.

Tex-Mex keyboard great Augie Meyers plays Cactus Cafe on Saturday. Kevin Virobik-Adams for American-Statesman 1998



Mike Flanigin Trio with Jimmie Vaughan & George Rains at C-Boy’sTomar & the FCs, Peterson Brothers at Continental Club


Borns, Charlotte Cardin, Mikky Ekko at Stubb’s outdoor (sold out)Ruben Ramos, Sunny Ozuna at OK CorralPoco at One World TheatreAnti-Flag, Stray From the Path, Sharptooth, White Noise at Mohawk outdoorY&T at 3TenGary Nicholson, Lee Roy Parnell, Denny Freeman at Saxon PubKris Delmhorst, Matt the Electrician at Cactus CafeMystic Knights of the Sea, Lou Ann Barton, Lindsay Beaver & the 24th Street Wailers at Antone’sRG Lowe, Caroline Says, Taft, Batty Jr. at Sahara LoungeWill Taylor & Strings Attached perform Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” at TownsendMAPS benefit with Megafauna, Clouds are Ghosts, Human Circuit, more at BarracudaSoftest Hard at ParishDuncan Fellows at Stubb’s indoorChristy Hays at ABGBTara Williamson at Geraldine’sJabo & the Old Dogs at Lamberts


Tennis, Overcoats at Emo’sYonder Mountain String Band, Old Salt Union at Stubb’s outdoorAugie Meyers at Cactus CafeCJ Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band, Dikki Du & the Zydeco Krewe, Raa Raa & Da Zydeco Allstarz at Antone’sSleigh Bells, Sunflower Bean at Mohawk outdoor (sold out)Lisa Morales record release at One-2-One BarElectric Church one-year anniversary party with Rotten Mangoes, Sun Machine at Electric ChurchYung Simmie at EmpireLavelle White at Skylark LoungeBig Fix record release, Emily Shirley & James Stevens at TownsendJohn Maus, Lukdlx at BarracudaBob Marley Birthday Bash with Hail Marley, Mau Mau Chaplains at Flamingo CantinaMike Dillon Band, Amandla at Mohawk indoorShivery Shakes, PR Newman at ABGB


August Burns Red, Born of Osiris, Erra, Ocean Grove at Emo’sOvercoats at Waterloo Records (2 p.m.)Da Costa, Aaron Huff at Radio Coffee & BeerMiss Lavelle White, Oscar Ornelas at Antone’sWillie Pipkin & Friends, Heybale at Continental ClubDaphne EP release, Lomelda, New Holland at BarracudaSummer Swells, Mountain Time, Otis Wilkins at Cheer Up Charlie’sD.B. Rouse, Lisa Kettyle, Dave Armstrong at Hotel VegasPurgatory Players at El Mercado Backstage