You’ve heard him on The West Wing, Crossing Jordan, Ed and Roswell, but he’s no shoe-gazing sad lad. Rather, it’s pop-music maestro Marshall Crenshaw, and he is landing at the Palms Playhouse again on Sunday, June 12. Still a troubadour after 25 years in the public ear—not in the fast-track record bidness any longer—Crenshaw can relax. His burst-from-the head-of-Zeus debut album in 1982 yielded fully formed melodic-pop masterpieces in the Beatles-Buddy Holly tradition. “Someday, Someway,” “Cynical Girl,” “Mary Anne,” “The Usual Thing” and “Girls” all came from the eponymous disc and did battle with the stultifying sounds of Quarterflash, Foreigner, Lionel Richie and Olivia Newton-John. Expect all the classics, some new ones and good road storytelling. They don’t make ’em like this guy anymore. Young picker Dylan Thomas Vance from Portland, Ore., opens and is worth seeing. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and costs $20.