Following a successful performance a couple of months ago at the SoCal Hoedown alongside similarly minded ’billy bands such as the Nekromantix and Koffin Kats, Woodland Hills mob Three Bad Jacks will be strutting their stuff in a local bar — a setting that one suspects they’re more than comfortable in. According to their Facebook bio, “One of Los Angeles’ hardest working bands — and biggest club draws — Three Bad Jacks have been pounding it out, non-stop, since the late 20th century.” That admirable work ethic has seen them earn and retain an enviable fanbase, and recent album Pictures and Memories From Home is a banger. You know what you’re getting — twangy bass, old rock & roll riffs, leather and slick hair, and some hootin’ and hollerin’ from frontman Elvis Suissa.

Three Bad Jacks plays with The Henchmen at 8 p.m. on Friday, January 10 at Gallagher’s Pub HB.

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