Four shows stand out to me for this Tuesday night, which is saying a lot given that it's a Tuesday night. Let's proceed with some links and details:

•My Brightest Diamond, aka the multitalented Shara Worden (pictured), stops into the Wexner Center performance space tonight. I previewed the show in this week's paper, calling Worden's theatrical rock "dark and foreboding, but never as overbearing as this sort of thing can be." The show costs $12 and starts at 9 p.m. sharp with opener Tim Fite.

•Eric Bachmann, known for his work in the great Archers of Loaf and Crooked Fingers, plays in support of his new solo album tonight at Andyman's Treehouse, 887 Chambers Rd. Check my preview for more details on Bachmann's career and his new To The Races. This is another $12 show, which opener Eric Metronome should kick off around 10.

•I was surprised how appealing a night of Chris Cornell songs sounded when I was writing a short preview of the singer's solo stop at LC Pavilion. Were Cornell sticking strictly to his solo catalog, this show would not be of interest, but given that he is covering his entire career and performing songs by Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, it could be a lot of fun. Too bad tickets are $33. Doors open at 7, with Earl Greyhound, fresh off a local Ravari Room appearance, returning to town for a quick opening set.

•I don't know much about Clipd Breaks, but Doug Elliott gives his endorsement at Donewaiting today, so if you're into experimental tunes you might want to make your way to Cafe Bourbon Street, 2216 Summit St., tonight.

As for TV, watch Nip/Tuck (10 p.m., FX) if you're into it. It's good again this year. Everything else is bunk.

EDIT: Loyal reader Lindsey pointed out that I forgot to mention HBO's documentary on the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry, which airs tonight at 10:30. That's undoubtedly the best TV option tonight, especially given John Ross' A review.