This week’s music picks are “All Over the Map,” so Jump On It!

Monday: “All Over the Map” book release party with Shinyribs and Carolyn Wonderland at Continental Club. Billed as “A Juneteenth Celebration of Texas Music,” this show features two of Austin’s most passionate musical acts helping former American-Statesman writer Michael Corcoran celebrate his updated and expanded edition of “All Over the Map: True Heroes of Texas Music,” published last month on UNT Press. Shinyribs’ set will feature covers of songs by many artists included in the book; Shawn Sahm and Brennen Leigh also are scheduled to appear. The show benefits Housing Options for Musicians and Entertainers, which helps provide housing aid and assistance to musicians in need. $10. 9:30 p.m. 1315 S. Congress Ave. (A book-signing event precedes the show from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. across the street at the Austin Motel; those who buy a book there get into the show for free.) — P.B.

Tuesday: Steve Earle at Waterloo Records. The Texas-born, New York-based troubadour will feature songs from his new album “So You Wannabe an Outlaw” at this solo acoustic in-store performance. He’ll be back in a couple of weeks as part of the lineup for Willie Nelson’s Fourth of July Picnic, joined at that show by his longtime backing band that includes former Austinites Eleanor Whitmore and Chris Masterson. Free. 5 p.m. 600 N. Lamar Blvd. — P.B.

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Wednesday: Jump On It kickoff at Givens Park. Later this year, Austin’s original summer rap series is slated to bring heavyweights B.o.B and Trae tha Truth to East Austin, but the event starts a two-month weekly run with a concert from Dallas rapper B.o.B, hosted by ATX’s own Nook. The all-ages party in the park includes a game zone for kids and community outreach organizations on site. $5 ($30 VIP). Gates at noon; music at 6 p.m. 3811 E. 12th St. — D.S.S.



Jake Shimabukuro opens for Dispatch at Stubb’s on Tuesday. Contributed/Alex Ferrari




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