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The Suffers, left to right: Michael Razo, Edmond Prevost Jr., Nick Zamora, Kam Franklin, Juliet Terrill, Jon Durbin, Jose “Chapy” Luna.

Troy Montes

The Suffers

The third month of Jazzy Sundays in the Park begins this weekend with the free live music moving to the Water Works in Buffalo Bayou Park. The first of the May shows features the beloved Gulf Coast R&B sound of the Suffers, who a year ago released “It Starts With Love.”

When: 5 p.m. May 7

Where: Water Works in Buffalo Bayou Park, 105 Sabine

Details: free; buffalobayou.org

Andrew Dansby

John Paul White

Singer and songwriter John Paul White hails from around Muscle Shoals, Ala., so he grew up in one of the country’s great cradles for popular music, with an emphasis on Southern soul and country music. White enjoyed enormous success a little more than a decade ago with the duo the Civil Wars. More recently he released “The Hurting Kind,” which dials into a classic countrypolitan sound and found White collaborating with a pair of legendary songwriters in Whisperin’ Bill Anderson and Bobby Braddock.

When: 7:30 p.m. May 11

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Tom Jones performs at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on July 27, 2021 in London, England.

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Where: Coffee House Live, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 5308 Buffalo Speedway

Details: free; sahouston.com/coffee

Andrew Dansby

‘Brother Toad’

Stage productions don’t get much more timely than “Brother Toad” at the Ensemble Theatre. The play from Nathan Lewis Jackson deals with the fear of random gun violence after a young man, Marques, is injured and his friend dies after being shot while sitting in a car. What happens in the wake of this spasm of violence is meant to tap deep into America’s current cultural conversation.

When:  May 11-June 4; previews begin May 6

Where: Ensemble Theatre, 3535 Main

Details: $29 and up; ensemblehouston.com

Cary Darling

‘The Legend of Georgia McBride’ and ‘Drag Wonderettes’

Drag is all over the headlines these days and now it’s on the stage at Stages in two productions that are meant to be seen together. In fact, audiences can see both back-to-back or within the same week. Both have  7 p.m. and 10 p.m. shows and 2 p.m. matinees, “Georgia” focuses on the evolution of masculinity while “Wonderettes” is a story of a friendship, both in the world of drag.

When: May 5-July 2 (“Georgia”), May 19-July 2 (“Wonderettes”)

Where: Stages, 800 Rosine

Details:  $35 and up; to get a 10 per-cent discount when you purchase tickets to both shows, use promo code “Party” after adding both tickets to your cart; stageshouston.com

Cary Darling

Tom Jones

While the age of our presidential candidates sparks arguments and headlines, Tom Jones isn’t having any of it. Now 82 and with a music career that spans more than a half-century, Jones performs his soulful brand of hip-swinging pop — heard on such hits as “Delilah” and “She’s A Lady” — mostly as he always has, with vim and a lot of vigor. He’s in the middle of a U.S. trek that brings him to Sugar Land Friday night and then he heads to Europe for a two-month tour beginning next month. Don’t even mention the word “retire” to him.

When: 8 p.m. May 5

Where: Smart Financial Centre, 18111 Lexington, Sugar Land

Details: $49.50-$89.50; smartfinancialcentre.net

Cary Darling