An uncategorizable band with an incomparably rich history, Miami-born, Nashville-based group The Mavericks topped the country charts in the mid-‘90s with singles like “Here Comes the Rain” and “All You Ever Do is Bring Me Down.” The group recently released Mono, their second LP since reuniting in 2012 and their first without founding bassist Robert Reynolds, who left the group last year amidst a struggle with drug addiction. Despite the personnel drama, the new album grinds and grooves through its 12 Latin-flavored tracks, which also flirt with sunny ska (“Summertime [When I’m With You]”) and weepy folk (“Let It Rain [On Me]”). Acclaimed bluegrass mandolinist Sam Bush co-headlines Thursday.
7:30 p.m. $35–52. classiccenter.com