Remember before all the "Sex on Fire" stuff when Kings of Leon were a down-and-dirty, long-haired, rollicking rock band? Melbourne-based band Elephantgun may refresh your memory. With the same kind of charging, sing-along choruses and mush-mouthed, Southern-inflected vocals, the group picks up where the more famous act left off when it went pop.
Fun fact: Bassist David Pastorius is the nephew of the late, great Jaco. With his nimble rhythm-section skills, expect a little funky swing thrown in too. The group headlines a party at Swampgrass Willy's in Palm Beach Gardens, with opener Ricky Johnson warming things up.
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10 p.m. Saturday, December 31, at Swampgrass Willy's, 9910 Alt. A1A, Palm Beach Gardens. Admission is $5; age 21 and up. Click here.