A founding member of the Asylum Street Spankers, singer-songwriter Guy Forsyth has won music awards in his Austin hometown for his ukulele, harmonica, and singing-saw skills. He’s toured as a solo artist for years, but on his current tour he’s paired with Austin bluesy singer-guitarist Carolyn Wonderland. He’s a little bit country, and she’s a lot more rock ’n’ roll, and the two have played on each other’s records and occasionally at live shows. For tonight’s co-headlining gig (an extension of a holiday tour they took around Texas late last year), they’ll swap bandmates and sing each other’s songs during two 90-minute sets. The show starts at 8 p.m. at Wilbert’s. Tickets: $10. —Jeff Niesel
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