You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Teenage Fanclub, The Mystery Lights @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Scotland's Teenage Fanclub have been at it for 25 years, making awesome, harmony-driven guitar pop, most recently heard on this year's terrific Here.

Jaye Bartell, Tim Cohen, EZTV (acoustic) @ Baby's All Right
It's an acoustic brunch featuring three Captured Tracks acts, including a (these days) rare performance from Fresh & Onlys frontman Tim Cohen. Free, 3 PM.

Chvrches, Potty Mouth @ Radio City Music Hall
Scotish pop act Chvrches play one of NYC's swankiest rooms tonight. If you're going to this show, Potty Mouth are worth showing up early for.

Squeeze, The English Beat @ Capitol Theatre
One of the all-time great pop songwriting teams, Chris Difford and Glen Tilbrook bring a full-band version of Squeeze to Port Chester.

Buke and Gase, Michael Azerrad, Fusilier @ Threes Brewing
Experimental duo Buke and Gase play two sets tonight: the first with music crtic Michael Azerrad and a second with Fusilier

Frankie Cosmos (Greta solo), Mega Bog @ Trans-Pecos
This is the Big Wednesday series featuring readings and music, the latter tonight provided by Frankie Cosmos' Greta Kline and Mega Bog.

Cinemechanica, Bambara, Dead Tenants, Geometers @ Saint Vitus
Athens, GA math rockers Cinemechanica put out their first album in ten years this year, produced by Converge's Kurt Ballou. Noisy locals Bambara are worth catching too.

Bob Weir (w/ Bryan Devendorf, Scott Devendorf, Josh Kaufman, Steve Kimock, Jon Shaw) @ Capitol Theatre
Bob Weir may have played much larger venues on his tour with John Mayer as a band member, but for indie rock fans, this lineup is a way more exciting way to see the Grateful Dead member. He’s joined by Bryan & Scott Devendorf of The National, who spearheaded a massive Dead tribute album earlier this year, and Josh Kaufman who plays on many songs on that album. There’s also longtime Weir collaborator Steve Kimock and Shakey Graves member Jon Shaw.

Mirah: No Guns No Guns! video shoot & show @ C'mon Everybody
Alt-singer/songwriter Mirah plays a Brooklyn show tonight, and it doubles as the video shoot for her new protest song "No Guns, No Guns!". She's asking fans to RSVP on Facebook and she promised to post an MP3 and lyrics for the song so you can be ready to sing along.

David Nagler's 'Carl Sandburg's Chicago Poems' release show @ Joe's Pub
David Nagler, who’s the musical director for Wesley Stace’s Cabinet of Wonders, just released Carl Sandburg's Chicago Poems, an album of musical reinterpretations of those 100-year-old poems with guest vocalists like Jeff Tweedy. He's celebrating it tonight with a ten-piece band.

Bill Frisell @ Blue Note
An insanely talented guitarist who can play just about any style, Bill Frisell is a wonder to see perform. This week at Blue Note his show is called “When You Wish Upon a Star,” a tribute to the music of Walt Disney films, with help from That Dog’s Petra Haden, plus Eyvind Kang (viola), Thomas Morgan (bass) and Rudy Royston (drums).

For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.

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