Here’s a look at some of the Austin artists doing livestream shows this week.


Friday: Eliza Gilkyson. Twice nominated for a Grammy, Gilkyson could be in line for another with last month’s release of "2020," which finds the Austin singer-songwriter taking a hard look at the state of the country and planet in what likely would’ve been a watershed year even before the pandemic. And not too many local acts have 50 years of back catalog to draw from; Gilkyson’s debut album came out in 1969. 5:30 p.m., — P.B.

Saturday: Beat Root Revival. Since migrating to Austin from the British Isles a few years ago, the duo of Englishman Ben Jones and Irishwoman Andrea Magee have become omnipresent on the local scene, and perhaps even more so since live music shifted online during the pandemic. Both Jones and Magee frequently do solo livestreams, and Magee’s also part of the trad-Irish collective Ulla, our current Austin360 Residency of the Month for its Sunday shows. Beat Root Revival reconvenes for this show celebrating Magee’s birthday. 5 p.m., — P.B.

Saturday: Hill Country Galleria Concert Series. The Bee Cave shopping center has created a virtual version of its popular Saturday night concert series hosted by Austin City Limits Radio. This week’s installment features the searing Texas rock ’n’ soul outfit Medicine Man Revival, with upcoming shows from Guy Forsyth (May 20), South Austin Moonlighters (June 6) and the Peterson Brothers (June 13) in the works. Series promoters encourage viewers to order food from Galleria’s restaurants and enjoy the music from their homes "or lounging outdoors on blankets or lawn chairs in true concert series fashion." 7 p.m. — D.S.S.

Sunday: Pamela Hart house concert series. Accomplished jazz singer Pamela Hart takes to the internet each Sunday to play smooth music that soothes the soul. Hart is performing to support her nonprofit, the Women in Jazz Association, and she invites fans to pour a glass of wine and chill with her. 5 p.m. — D.S.S.

Sunday: Shelley King. The longtime local roots music singer-songwriter put out her ninth album, "Kick Up Your Heels," in November. When she had to cool her heels for the pandemic, she spent some of the down time learning how to make a video for the album’s title track, which we premiered on last month. Its images of hometown hot spots and familiar faces offer a refreshing reminder of the music community’s value to the city. 2 p.m., — P.B.

Thursday: Nobody’s Girl. As Austin singer-songwriters Betty Soo, Rebecca Loebe and Grace Pettis await the early 2021 release of their debut album as a trio (recently pushed back from the original July date), they’ve been doing weekly livestreams. Each takes a turn with a solo show every three weeks, and on the fourth week, they all take part. This is one of those weeks when you can catch all three of them. 6 p.m., — P.B.


Friday, May 22

Lonnie Trevino, 7 p.m.,

Saturday, May 23

Guy Forsyth & Jeska Bailey, 6 p.m.,

Tuesday, May 26

Betty Soo & Jana Pochop, 6:30 p.m.,

3Ten’s "Stream Come True" with Miles Zuniga, 8 p.m.,


Monday: Bonnie Whitmore, 3 p.m.,

Monday: Stephen Carolan, 5 p.m.,

Monday: Jeff Plankenhorn, 7 p.m.,

Monday: Bob Appel, 7 p.m.,

Monday: Chris Gage, 8 p.m.,

Monday: Cari Hutson & Hunter St. Marie, 8 p.m.,

Monday: Oscar Ornelas, 8 p.m.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: Aeseaes, 6 p.m.,

Monday, Wednesday and Friday: Gina Chavez, 8 p.m.,

Tuesday: Erin Ivey, 10 a.m.,

Tuesday: Colin Gilmore and guest, 2 p.m.,

Tuesday: Giulia Millanta, 5 p.m.,

Tuesday: Katie Marie, 6 p.m.,

Tuesday: Vapor Caves, 6 p.m.,

Tuesday: Eric Bettencourt, 7 p.m.,

Tuesday: Miles Zuniga, 7 p.m.,

Tuesday: Sarah Sharp, 7 p.m.,

Tuesday: Will Taylor & Strings Attached, 7:30 p.m.,

Tuesday: Fingerpistol, 8 p.m.,

Tuesday and Thursday: Heather Bishop, 11 a.m.,

Tuesday and Thursday: Jaelyn Penner, 9 p.m.,

Tuesday and Friday: Frederico7, 7 p.m.,

Wednesday: Christopher John Edwards. 4:22 p.m.,

Wednesday: Hanna Barakat, 5 p.m.,

Wednesday: Pat Byrne, 5 p.m.,

Wednesday: Micah Motenko, 6 p.m.,

Wednesday: Shinyribs/Kevin Russell, 6 p.m.,

Wednesday: Rosie Flores, 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday: Matt Hubbard, 7 p.m.,

Wednesday: Carolyn Wonderland, 8 p.m.,

Wednesday: Ethan Azarian, 8 p.m.,

Wednesday: Mobley, 8 p.m., or

Wednesday: Mau Mau Chaplains, 8:30 p.m.,

Wednesday: Jon Dee Graham & William Harries Graham, 8:30 p.m.,

Wednesday: Sonya Jevette, 8:30 p.m.,

Wednesday-Saturday: Lisa Marshall, 8 p.m.,

Thursday: Vanessa Lively, 4:40 p.m.,

Thursday: Erin Ivey, 5:30 p.m.,

Thursday: Bruce Smith, 6 p.m.,

Thursday: Cece Yentzen, 6 p.m.,

Thursday: Cooped Up Concerts, 7 p.m.,

Thursday: Eve Monsees & Mike Buck, 7 p.m.,

Thursday: Graham Wilkinson, 7 p.m.,

Thursday: Jean Caffeine, 7 p.m.,

Thursday: Scotty Alexander, 7 p.m.,

Thursday: Oliver Steck, 7:30 p.m.,

Thursday: Patrice Pike, 8 p.m.,

Thursday: Bonnie Whitmore’s Virtual Gallery, 8:30 p.m.,

Friday: Lex Land, 10:30 a.m.,

Friday: Jon Dee Graham with William Harries Graham, noon,

Friday: Joanna Howerton & Michael Cross, 12:30 p.m.,

Friday: Betty Soo, 1 p.m.,

Friday: Patricia Vonne, 4 p.m.,

Friday: David Pulkingham & Jay Stiles, 5 p.m.,

Friday: Eliza Gilkyson, 5:30 p.m.,

Friday: Colin Gilmore with Tammy Lynn, 6 p.m.,

Friday: Emily Gimble, 6 p.m.,

Friday: Robi Polgar, 6 p.m.,

Friday: Grace Pettis and friends, 6:30 p.m.,

Friday: Chancers, 7 p.m.,

Friday: Monte Warden, 7 p.m.,

Friday: Stories From the Road, 7:30 p.m.,

Friday: AJ Vallejo, 8 p.m.,

Friday: Bob Schneider, 8 p.m.,

Friday: Chorizo Funk, 8 p.m.,

Friday: Harold McMillan & Carl Storckman, 8:30 p.m.,

Friday: Miles Zuniga & KB Imle, 9 p.m.,

Friday and Sunday: Kamilla & Stefan, 10:30 p.m.,

Saturday: Kris Schultz, 1 p.m.,

Saturday: Suzanna Choffel, 3 p.m.,

Saturday: Michael Fracasso, 6 p.m.,

Saturday: DJ Mel’s Living Room Dance Party, 6-10 p.m.,

Saturday: Mandy Prater, 9 p.m.,

Saturday: Kevin Russell, 9 p.m.,

Saturday: Chorizo Funk, 10 p.m.,

Sunday: Dave Madden, 10:30 a.m.,

Sunday: Corey Baum, 11 a.m.,

Sunday: Graham Wilkinson, noon,

Sunday: Shelley King, 2 p.m.,

Sunday: Bob Livingston, 4 p.m.,

Sunday: Dan Hardick, 4 p.m.,

Sunday: Deer Fellow, 4 p.m.,

Sunday: Ulla, 5:30 p.m.,

Sunday: Reid & Jena Umstattd, 6 p.m.,

Sunday: Chris Beall, 7 p.m.,

Sunday: Patrice Pike, 7 p.m.,

Sunday: Mixer Rogers, 7:53 p.m.,