The Haden Triplets — Rachel, Tanya and Petra — are often linked with their late father, the influential jazz double bassist Charlie Haden, who played with Ornette Coleman and led his own Liberation Music Orchestra, among other projects. But the trio go further back in time to celebrate their heritage on their new album,The Family Songbook, drawing upon the rich musical tradition of their grandfather Carl E. Haden, who took his relatives — including a yodeling 2-year-old named Cowboy Charlie — to perform on Missouri radio broadcasts like a proto Partridge Family. But whereas Charlie helped to radically reinvent jazz, Carl E. favored folk and country and hung out with the Carter Family and Porter Waggoner. The Haden Triplets revive some of those standards alongside more modern selections by Kanye West and their brother, Josh Haden, who opens the show.
Zebulon, 2478 Fletcher Dr., L.A.; Fri., Jan. 24, 8 p.m.; $15; ages 21 & over. (323) 663-6927, www.eventbrite.com/e/the-haden-triplets-record-release-show-tickets-80191891105.