Dianne Scott’s Birthday with Dale Watson at Continental Club. Memo to the lovelorn, the listless and the generally confused, the “Honky Tonk Doctor” is in the house every Sunday and Monday to answer your questions for a quarter a pop. After 23 years handing out free advice as part of her job watching the back door of the Continental Club, Dianne Scott received a Charlie Brown-style advice booth sign from a friend and now it’s an official side gig. Watson responded by immortalizing Scott, “The Honky Tonk Doctor,” in song. Scott is turning 65 and Watson will surely do his part to celebrate this true Austin treasure. $7. — D.S.S.
Blue Monday at Antone’s. The legendary nightclub’s long-running residency is back, setting up shop at 6:30 p.m. at the club’s new downtown location. Guitarist Derek O’Brien is at the helm once again, joined by Emily Gimble, Greg Izor, Johnny Bradley and Corey Keller. Stay late for a 10 p.m. show with Speedy Sparks & the Koolerators. $5. 305 E. Fifth St. antonesnightclub.com. — P.B.
Also: Hotel Van Zandt bar Geraldine’s begins a series of early-week residencies with the duo Beth & James, who’ll play every Monday in February. … Also a fixture on Monday nights is Radio Coffee & Beer’s popular Bluegrass Jam. … Singer-songwriter Graham Weber is at Stay Gold. … Metal rules at Sidewinder with East Coast band Full of Hell.