Friday, April 19, 8 p.m., Pub Station Ballroom. Tickets to the all-ages show are $25, plus possible fees.
It’s an incredible accomplishment when a rock band has been successful enough to reach the 25-year mark since the release of their first album. And this year, rowdy Southern rockers Jackyl have accomplished this feat.
First bursting upon the scene with their self-titled, platinum-certified debut album in 1992, Jackyl has made a name for themselves as a killer live band that delivers night after night, and has continued to offer up good old fashioned blues boogie over the years, as evidenced on such subsequent albums as 1994’s gold-certified “Push Comes to Shove,” all the way to their most recent release, 2016’s “ROWYCO.”
“It’s not about coming to see a Jackyl show, it’s about coming to be a part of it,” says Jesse Dupree. “Every show becomes a family reunion.”