Barry Gibb comes to town this week. Luckily, you’re not a middle aged man and don’t have any old bell bottoms to dust off. Instead, there are some fine rock options all over town to weigh.

Monday, May 19

Kentucky indie rockers Young Widows will be at Great Scott, touring behind their recent release, “Easy Pain” (with Helms Alee and No Flowers; 9 p.m., $10, 18+). Allston punks Sneeze will play O’Brien’s with a new LP on the horizon for next month (with Amanda X and Dylan Ewen & The Sulk Scouts; 8 p.m., $8, 21+). JP legend Rick Berlin and his Nickel and Dime Band will lead a stunning group of local acts at Middle East Upstairs (with St. Nothing, Oyinda, and Cult Fluorescent; 8 p.m., $15, 18+). For another local option, check out surf punks Televibes at ZuZu for this weeks free show (with Froth and Black Beach; 10 p.m., free, 21+).

Tuesday, May 20

DC art rock vets Deleted Scenes will come through Great Scott with a new album in the works. The band will be joined by Brooklyn weirdos Celestial Shore and local jangle pop studs Kid Mountain (9 p.m., $10, 18+). Stoner rock legends Fu Manchu make the trip from Southern Cali to play The Sinclair (with Electric Citizen and Gozu; 8 p.m., $15, 18+).

Wednesday, May 21

Ithaca alt-rockers X Ambassadors come through The Sinclair to play with local pop heroes Gentlemen Hall (with Great Good Fine Ok; 7:30 p.m., $14, all ages). Hardcore pioneer Walter Schreifels makes a rare live appearance at Great Scott (with Dirty Fences; 9 p.m., $12, 18+) For something that shreds in a bit more of a light-hearted way, catch neo-hair metal band Steel Panther at House of Blues (with Future Villains; 7 p.m., $25-40, all ages). For a local twist, catch local producer Andre Obin celebrating a new record release at Middlesex in Cambridge (with Pale Hands and Herra Terra; 9 p.m., $7, 21+).