Jerry Joseph and The Jackmormons

When: Thu., Sept. 29, 7 p.m. 2016

Like R. Stevie Moore before him and Ariel Pink after, San Diego native Jerry Joseph kicked off his career with a series of DIY cassettes that foretold a strangely prolific body of work. Drawing upon influences that range from Joni Mitchell to Nick Cave, he's since released some 30 records, toured far-flung rock 'n' roll outposts from Iceland to Cambodia, and penned more than 250 songs, seven of which have been recorded and released by mega-jam band Widespread Panic. Recent albums with his current current band, Jerry Joseph & The Jackmormons, boast guest appearances by members of the Decemberists, Blitzen Trapper and Richmond Fontaine. You can catch Joseph and his band tonight at the Black Sheep, with Dante Macy and Chivalry doing opening honors. 7 p.m., 2106 E. Platte Ave., $12/adv, $14/door, all-ages, — Bill Forman

Price: $12-$14

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