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Fleetwood Mac, Neko Case, Black History Month Boogie among top shows

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Neko Case plays Bass Concert Hall on Friday. [Erika Rich for American-Statesman]


Friday: Neko Case at Bass Concert Hall. In 2016, Case played the Long Center as part of a trio with K.D. Lang and Laura Veirs, whose self-titled trio album pushed all three singer-songwriters in new directions. With last year’s acclaimed “Hell-On,” Case returned to her own career, though she clearly still values collaboration: Most of the new album was written with longtime collaborator Paul Rigby, but she also co-wrote two songs with her New Pornographers bandmate Carl Newman and invited Screaming Trees singer Mark Lanegan to join her on a track. Jennifer Castle opens. $29.50-$49.50. 8 p.m. 2350 Robert Dedman Drive. — P.B.

Friday: United Vol. 4: A Black History Month Boogie at Sahara Lounge. Chicago house music specialist DJ Shani crafted her conscious party as a celebration of the brilliant contributions African-Americans have made to music for generations. Over the years, it has evolved into a celebration of togetherness that “recognizes underrepresented and diverse communities and gives them a home to let loose on the dance floor.” This year’s event will feature sultry French singer Blue Nefertiti of Les Nubians alongside Shani and DJ I Wanna Be Her. In addition to the dance party, Shani will host an intimate Chill & Chat with Blue Nefertiti at Dub Academy before the show. Chill & Chat: $40 (includes dance party cover), 7 p.m., 908 E. Fifth St. Boogie: $15-$20, 9 p.m, 1413 Webberville Road. — D.S.S.

Saturday: Fleetwood Mac at Erwin Center. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band’s “classic” mid-late 1970s lineup played the Erwin Center in 2015, but last year, key member Lindsey Buckingham was dismissed, with Neil Finn of Crowded House and Mike Campbell of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers added to fill the void. Set lists from recent shows indicate the band is still playing Buckingham-penned staples such as “Go Your Own Way” and “Second Hand News.” They’ve also made room for tunes tied to their new recruits, with the Crowded House hit “Don’t Dream It’s Over” and Petty’s classic “Free Fallin’.” It won’t be the same without Buckingham, but the differences may still prove intriguing. $69.50-$199.50. 8 p.m. 1701 Red River St. — P.B.

Saturday: Capyac, "In Love with a Fish-Creature from the Deep" at Vulcan Gas Company. The electro-dance phenoms, who once served a side of pancakes with their Euro-cool grooves at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, invite you to enter a mysterious love story set in a world of forbidding darkness on the ocean floor. The event is billed as a “deep sea spectacle, an immersive ocean experience” and will feature two live sets from the band. And if you play your part, fish lover, there’s a $200 cash prize for the best costume. $12-$17. 9:30 p.m. 418 E. Sixth St. — D.S.S.

Saturday: Delbert McClinton at Paramount Theatre. The centerpiece event of “Austin Honors Delbert Weekend,” this concert by the legendary Fort Worth roots-blues-country-rock-soul synthesist follows a 1 p.m. Friday dedication of a star on the sidewalk in front of the Paramount. McClinton’s only the fifth entertainer to receive that honor, following fellow musicians Lyle Lovett and Jerry Jeff Walker and the “Greater Tuna” playwright team of Joe Sears and Jaston Williams. Sunday, McClinton will be the guest of honor and special performer at the sold-out “Feed the Peace Awards” dinner and show presented by the nonprofit Nobelity Project. $28-$58. 8 p.m. 713 Congress Ave. — P.B.

Tuesday: Lee “Scratch” Perry at Flamingo Cantina. The cosmic octogenarian who pioneered dub music with a series of echoey instrumental b-sides recorded in his backyard studio in the 1970s touches down at Austin’s home of reggae music to celebrate the 45th anniversary of his groundbreaking album, “Blackboard Jungle Dub.” Backed by the NYC-based reggae outfit, Subatomic Sound System, Perry will perform songs from the album, considered one of the first dub records ever made, live for the first time. He will also play singles from various eras of his career. $25. 9 p.m. 515 East Sixth St. — D.S.S.

Wednesday: James Taylor, Bonnie Raitt at Erwin Center. The last time we saw these two together in this building, it was for the big Hurricane Harvey benefit in 2017. Thankfully the occasion doesn’t involve a major natural disaster this time around. Taylor also taped “Austin City Limits” for the first time in 2015, while Raitt has made frequent visits to ACL Live in recent years. Taylor turned 70 last year and Raitt will reach that milestone this fall, but neither have showed any signs of slowing down, from what we’ve seen in their recent visits to town. $66-$100. 7:30 p.m. 1701 Red River St. — P.B.



Mike Flanigin Trio with Jimmie Vaughan at C-Boy’s


Panic! at the Disco, Two Feet, Betty Who at Erwin Center

Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Main Squeeze at ACL Live

Vince Staples at Emo’s

Terri Hendrix Band with Lloyd Maines at Stateside at the Paramount

C.J. Chenier, Leroy Thomas & the Zydeco Roadrunners at Antone’s

Soccer Mommy, Hovvdy, Motiongazer at Mohawk outdoor

Kongos, Fitness at Scoot Inn

Darrell Scott, Denny Freeman at Saxon Pub

Charlie Faye & the Fayettes album release at Continental Club

Altamesa album release, Ghost Wolves, Chief White Lightning, Will Courtney & the Wild Bunch at Cheer Up Charlie’s

International Pop Overthrow with Hope Irish, Ashbury Keys, Rich Restaino, Wiretree, SevenKims Trio at Mohawk indoor

Spyro Gyra at One World Theatre

MadeInTYO, Thutmose, 12 Honcho, Infrared, Qmaine at Empire

Tracyanne & Danny, Photo Ops at 3Ten

Copeland at Barracuda

J. Worra at Parish

Mamahawk at Waterloo Records

James Hand, Roger Wallace, Lucas Hudgins at White Horse

Aneurysm, Exhalants, Heavy Mantle, Nerve at Beerland


Dillon Francis & Alison Wonderland, Diablo at Stubb’s outdoor


C4AC Music Series Austin Cares Concert with Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Texas KGB at ACL Live

Banda MS de Sergio Lizarraga at HEB Center

Carnaval Brasileiro at Emo’s

Lucy Dacus, Illuminati Hotties at Barracuda (sold out)

Knocks, Young & Sick, Blu DeTiger at Scoot Inn

Butch Hancock, Shawnee Kilgore at Austin Acoustical Cafe

Rosie Flores album release, Derailers at Continental Club

Rebecca Loebe album release, Bobby Whitlock & CoCo Carmel at Saxon Pub

George Ensle album release at Threadgill’s

Anna Larson Trio album release, Sanco Loop at Townsend

Magic City Hippies, Future Generations at Antone’s

Cursive, Summer Cannibals, Campdogzz at Mohawk outdoor

International Pop Overthrow with Soulphonics, Lannie Flowers Band, Danny Wilkerson, Hungry Onions, Pozers at Mohawk indoor

Quinn DeVeaux, Jai Malano, Anuhea, Paula Fuga at Parish

Matt the Electrician, Casey Neill at Radio Coffee & Beer

Amor Prohibido Party with Son de Rey at Sahara Lounge

Croy & the Boys at ABGB

Eric Burton, Lost Counts at Continental Gallery

Donovan Keith at Geraldine’s


Mineral at Waterloo Records

Corb Lund, Jaida Dreyer at Stubb’s indoor

Brave Fest with Afrofreque, Bavu Blakes at Belmont

The Music of Willie Nelson for Kids at Mohawk indoor (11 a.m. and 1 p.m. shows)

Dany Franchi, Sammy Miller & the Congregation at Antone’s

Resentments, John Gaar at Saxon Pub

Daisy O’Connor EP release at Cosmic

Hilary York, Imperial Starlighters, Fingerpistol at C-Boy’s

Giulia Millanta, Bill Ussery tribute at One-2-One Bar

Randy Collier & Grassland at Threadgill’s

Summer Dean at ABGB


Lonelyland, Hoody & the Wolves at Saxon Pub

Ringo Deathstarr, Moist Flesh, Borzoi at Hotel Vegas

Mystery Monday with Ben Jones, Kelley Mickwee at El Mercado Backstage

Church on Monday Band at Continental Gallery

Peterson Brothers at Continental Club

Curtis McMurtry at Geraldine’s

Arielle LaGuette, Carina Magyar, Megan Lacy at Townsend

Patrick Issahakhian, Aaron Clift Experiment, Spirals at Mohawk indoor

Dylan Bishop, Geoff Queen at Sam’s Town Point

Wendy Colonna at Hilton Cannon & Belle


George Winston at One World Theatre


Murder by Death, J. Roddy Walston & the Business, Johnny Fritz at Mohawk outdoor

Matt Nathanson, Blu Sanders at Antone’s (sold out)

Aaron Carter, Lenerd, Justin Stone, Justin Clark at Stubb’s indoor

Sue Foley Acoustic Trio, David Grissom at Saxon Pub

Donovan Keith, 8-½ Souvenirs at C-Boy’s

Warren Hood Acoustic Ensemble at Cosmic

Ephraim Owens at Continental Gallery

Durawa, Janine Wilson at El Mercado Backstage

Bob Wills Night with Al Dressen’s Super Swing Revue at Sam’s Town Point

Weldon Henson, Lynette Wolfe at Broken Spoke


Brent Cobb & Them, Adam Hood at Stubb’s indoor

Magna Carda, the Vapor Caves at Native Hostel

James McMurtry, Jon Dee Graham, William Harries Graham, Hot Club of Cowtown at Continental Club

Texas Radio Live with Daisy O’Connor, Wheelwrights at Guero’s

Eve Monsees, Texas Horns with Guy Forsyth, Bill Carter at Antone’s

Warren Hood at ABGB

Matt Hubbard Trio, Cheatin’ Hearts at C-Boy’s

Eric McFadden, Eric Miller at Townsend

La Mona Loca, Seela at One-2-One Bar

John Inmon at El Mercado Backstage


Bob Schneider & the Moonlight Orchestra with Tosca Strings, Lex Land, Carolina Story at ACL Live

Robert Ellis at Waterloo Records

Jonathan Richman, Casper Rawls at Continental Club

Mineral at Mohawk outdoor

Ryan Montbleau, Otis Wilkins at Antone’s

Christine Albert’s French Valentine’s Show at Sterling Supper Club

Go Fever, Claire Morales, Hey Cowboy, Post Modern Girls at Hole in the Wall

Nightowls at 3Ten

Dawn & Hawkes at Cactus Cafe

Bidi Bidi Banda, Caleb De Casper, Como Las Movies at Barracuda

Heartbreakers Valentine’s Ball with Damn Torpedoes at Parish

Strokes tribute, Interpol tribute, Daft Punk tribute at Hotel Vegas

Andrew Heller’s Valentine’s Day Show at Parker Jazz Club

Erik Hokkanen at Radio Coffee & Beer

Bonnie Whitmore, Monte Warden & the Dangerous Few at Continental Gallery

Jonathan Terrell, Chaparral, Lucas Hudgins at White Horse

Patrice Pike, AJ Vallejo at Saxon Pub

Lunice, Kilgo Beats, Lost Sound at Empire

Beth // James, Cat House Strings at Geraldine’s

Red on Yellow, Amy Atchley at Townsend