If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re familiar with Jewly Hight’s concise, thoughtful music writing. A frequent contributor to the Scene’s Critics’ Picks and music section, Hight has trained her critical eye on acts ranging from Warpaint to The Westbound Rangers. You may have also heard her recent piece for local NPR affiliate WPLN 90.3-FM, discussing Nashville bands recording fan-funded albums. Hight’s new book, Right by Her Roots, out March 1 from Baylor University Press), features in-depth profiles of eight Americana artists — Lucinda Williams, Julie Miller, Victoria Williams, Mary Gauthier, Ruthie Foster, Elizabeth Cook and Abigail Washburn — and to celebrate its publication on this night Gauthier, Cook and Washburn will perform, along with Bailey Cooke, all under the auspices of the event’s host, the inimitable Marshall Chapman. Hight will be on hand to interview the artists as well.