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Monday: Mood Mondays with Christy Hays at Hole in the Wall. Hays, one of Austin’s rising-star singer-songwriters, is in the midst of a weekly residency in February at the UT campus-area haunt, and each week she teams up with different women to help raise money for a variety of causes. This week it’s Jane Ellen Bryant, last year’s Best New Artist winner at the Austin Music Awards, and Beth Chrisman, well-known for her work with local country-folk group the Carper Family, with proceeds going to the Environmental Defense Fund. Donations accepted. 9 p.m. 2538 Guadalupe St. holeinthewallaustin.com. — P.B.

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Wednesday: Mike & the Moonpies at Waterloo Records. Five albums into their run as one of Austin’s best country bands of the past decade, Mike Harmeier and his bandmates sound self-assured, revved-up and ready on their new record “Steak Night at the Prairie Rose,” which features nine Harmeier originals plus a swingin’ take on fellow Austin songwriter Jonathan Terrell’s “The Last Time.” They continue a series of recent local shows tied to the album’s release with this in-store performance at Austin’s top record shop. (They’ll also play Sun Radio’s “Texas Radio Live” show on Feb. 28 at Guero’s.) Free. 5 p.m. 600 N. Lamar Blvd. waterloorecords.com. — P.B.

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Thursday-Friday: St. Vincent at ACL Live. The eccentric art rocker also known as Annie Clark is riding high on the release of “Masseduction,” her most broadly accessible album to date. It’s a powerful platter that combines her incisive lyricism with creative and surprisingly hooky compositions. The album cements Clark’s place as one of the guitar greats of her generation. The new tour is called “Fear the Future,” but if you’re a fan of powerful women claiming their rightful space at the top of rock’s pantheon, there’s nothing to fear at all. $41-$51. 8 p.m. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com. — D.S.S.

Upstate New York band Diet Cig plays Sidewinder on Wednesday. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

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Monday

Blue Monday with Whitey Johnson, Derek O’Brien & band at Antone’sMystery Monday with Christine Albert, Bill Kirchen, Michael O’Connor at El Mercado BackstageChurch on Monday Band at Continental GalleryDale Watson, Peterson Brothers at Continental ClubLonelyland, Brian Pounds at Saxon PubSam Pace, Texas KGB, Barbara Nesbitt at One-2-One BarRuby Jane Trio at Geraldine’sMichael Mordecai’s Jazz Jam at Elephant RoomNakia & the Blues Grifters at Skylark

Tuesday

White Buffalo, Arum Rae at Antone’sHayes Carll, David Grissom at Saxon PubUncle Lucius, Emily Gimble at Continental ClubEphraim Owens Experience, James McMurtry at Continental GalleryW.C. Clark at Sam’s Town PointDrew Davis at Geraldine’sAtomic, Colin Shook at BeerlandEric Hisaw at Hole in the Wall

Wednesday

Diet Cig, Great Grandpa, Spook School at SidewinderGood Old War, Justin Nozuka, River Matthews at Antone’sCory Branan, Harvest Thieves at Mohawk indoorTexas Radio Live with Tomar & the FCs, Darkbird at Guero’sJames McMurtry at Continental ClubChris Gage, David Jimenez at El Mercado BackstageGiulia Millanta, Matt Hubbard at One-2-One BarWarren Hood at ABGBShelley King at Hilton Cannon & BelleSwamp Band, Jonathan Terrell at Sam’s Town PointPeacemakers, Floyd Domino & Redd Volkaert at Evangeline CafeJohnny Holden at Scoot Inn

Thursday

John Waite, Leslie DiNicola at 3TenGramatik, Haywyre, Balkan Bump at Emo’sKUTX Fifth Birthday Concert Series with Blitzen Trapper at Antone’sShinyribs, Calliope Musicals at ABGBA Giant Dog, Missing Pages, Boss Eye at BeerlandJason Eady, Patrice Pike, Mignon Grabois at Saxon PubTim Montana at BelmontArielle LaGuette EP release, Belle Sounds at Stubb’s indoorCharlie Faye & the Fayettes, Robert Kraft Trio at TownsendBonnie Whitmore, Monte Warden & the Dangerous Few at Continental GalleryBarfield, Casper Rawls at Continental ClubBig Wy’s Brass Band at EmpireStephanie Urbina Jones at Threadgill’s North