Bobaflex with Dark Sky Choir, Arcade Radio, 7 p.m. Sunday, The Royal Grove. Formerly from West Virginia, transplanted Ohio hard rockers Bobaflex, fronted by brothers Shaun and Marty McCoy (of the Hatfields vs. McCoys feud), haven’t been in Lincoln in three years. But two decades in, they still rock with the best of them, and last year they put out their best album ever, “Eloquent Demons.”
Albert Castiglia, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Zoo Bar. Albert Castiglia recently became aware that he had a daughter with children of her own. In that moment, he became a father and grandfather in a single day. That prompted the Miami-based blues guitarist to create “Masterpiece,” a very personal new album that’s set to be released May 24. You’ll likely hear most of it when he returns to the Zoo Bar Tuesday.
Will Hoge with Brandy Zoan, 8 p.m. Tuesday, Bourbon Theatre. Country singer and songwriter Will Hoge, best known for writing the Eli Young Band’s hit “Even If It Breaks Your Heart” and doing some Chevy commercials, is back in Lincoln for the first time in years, bringing a passel of songs from his new politically charged album “My American Dream.”
Dale Watson, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Zoo Bar. Dale Watson’s got a new album, “Call Me Lucky” and that’s enough to put the hardcore country singer and his Lone Stars on the road, with a stop at the Zoo Bar, where, over the last decade, Watson has become a pack-the-place staple.
Yngwie Malmsteen, 8 p.m. Wednesday, The Royal Grove. Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen shredded his way through the 1980s as he brought fast-fingered neo-classical playing to heavy metal. With this year’s “Blue Lightning,” he’s now 20 albums into a career that’s lasted nearly 40 years. And he’s made few Lincoln appearances, making Wednesday a rare change to hear him shred.
Snow Tha Product, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Bourbon Theatre. Mexican-American rapper Snow Tha Product broke out of the Texas hip-hop scene with her self-released 2011 debut “Unorthodox” and has worked with the likes of Tech N9ne and Ty Dolla Sign before signing with Atlantic Records. Singing and rapping in Spanish and English, she’s dropped an EP and mix tapes filled with spitfire takes on women’s rights, racism, and immigration -- and her live performances are just as hot.