Halloween Extra: For details about other Valley happenings on and around All hallows Eve, see the special subsection in Events listing.Mike Watt and the Crew of the Flying Saucer: Former Minuteman and fIREHOSEr Watt and his Crew land on Tuesday at Gibson's, 410 South Mill in Tempe, wrapping up their "Shinebox" Tour '95. The tour is the second in support of bassist Watt's album ball-hog or tugboat?. Geraldine Fibbers, and Rentals share the bill. The all-ages show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10, available in advance at Ticketmaster and at the door. Call 968-8664 or 784-4444.
Stars of the Grand Ole Opry featuring Kitty Wells: Just hearing Fifties superstar Wells (real name: Muriel Deason) sing "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" in her fragile vibrato would be worth the price of admission, were there one. Performances are planned at 2 and 7 p.m. Wednesday at Veterans' Memorial Coliseum, in conjunction with Arizona State Fair (see Thursday); Roy "Dusty" Rogers Jr., Rex Allen Jr., Jim Ed Brown, the Kendalls and a pickin'-and-grinnin' stampede of others share the bill (see Music listing for the complete lineup). The shows are free with regular fair admission; limited reserved seating is available for a fee (see "In General" section in At the Fair listing). Call 268-3247 or 252-6771.
B.B. King: The 70-year-old king of the blues and his queen, the guitar named Lucille, take the stage at Gammage Auditorium, Mill and Apache in Tempe, at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Tickets are $20 and $25, available at the scene and Dillard's. Call 965-3434 or 678-2222.