We’re used to countrified, Aussie singer-songwriter-instrumentalists in these parts, thanks to Keith Urban. Chris Pickering happens to be another of those, and he conquered his native land as a drummer-turned-front man before picking up and moving here a couple years ago and diving into co-writing. But considering that Pickering is quite the craftsman of twangy power-pop, what Urban’s managed to accomplish in this town is a far less important point of comparison than the output of, say, Bill Lloyd. Pickering had the right idea in heading to Memphis’ Ardent Studios — where power-pop pioneers Big Star recorded — to make last year’s sparkling, tuneful Work of Fiction. At this show, he’ll release two tracks from it — the British Invasion-meets-country-blues “Fisherman’s Daughter” and the Jeff Buckley-esque ballad “I Just Want To Love” — on 7-inch vinyl. Rounding out this solid bill are barroom troubadour Andrew Combs and raw Southern soul purveyors The Alabama Shakes, who played a phenomenal SoundLand set at Third Man Records a couple of weeks ago, and another barn-burner last weekend at The Basement.