Have a fine Tuesday:
► Robert Plant & the Sensational Space Shifters, who’ve mixed Led Zeppelin songs with new material at recent tour stops, hold forth at the Greek Theatre, with JD McPherson opening.
► Local folk-rockers Dawes play the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery behind their new album “All Your Favorite Bands,” which is out today.
► Two Brit-pop bands with deep catalogs, Embrace and Starsailor, team up for a show at the Roxy Theatre.
► Norwegian songstress Aurora [that’s her video for “Runaway,” above] visits the Bootleg HiFi behind her EP “Running With the Wolves.” Malian quartet Songhoy Blues open.
► Chicago folk singer Ryley Walker headlines the Echo behind his new album “Primrose Green,” with Pearl Charles and Matt Kivel supporting.
► It’s Mother Mother and Battle Tapes at the Troubadour.
► And Badflower rocks the Satellite, along with the Maybe Somedays.
Ron Sexsmith and Alice Phoebe Lou at the Largo at the Coronet
The Script at the Wiltern
The Kids in the Hall at the Theatre at Ace Hotel
Walk Off the Earth and Scott Helman at the El Rey Theatre
Meiko, Andrew St. James, Boh Doran and Aaron & Jane at the Hotel Café
Emily Wolfe, Swiss Alps and Ali Sperry at the Mint
The Rap Contest at the Silverlake Lounge
Reggie (Watts) & Karen and Emerson Star at El Cid
Nedelle Torrisi, Mount Baine and Gold Lake at Harvard & Stone
Leikeli47 at the Lyric Theatre
Don Heffington and Timothy Young, and John Isaac Watters at the Hyperion Tavern
Aubrey Logan at Genghis Cohen
Enormous Forces, Nectarine and more at the Virgil
Shelby at the Viper Room
Lemmo and Tiffany Dunn at the Viper Room (Late Show)
Fire in the Hamptons at Sayers Cub
Wrekmeister Harmonies and Qui at Complex
Open Mic at Saint Rocke
Errol Bonnick at the Wayfarer
Sunset Sons and Sean Kelly at the Constellation Room
Photo of Aurora via Glassnote Records