Tonight’s Concert Picks: Hezekiah Jones at Ardmore Music Hall, Wild Child at Union Transfer, Onyx at The Trocadero and more

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Hezekiah Jones | photo by Lisa Schaffer

Raphael Cutrufello, better known by his moniker Hezekiah Jones, has been steadily growing a devout following in the Philly are and beyond in the last decade. Recently, we at The Key were lucky enough to have Jones and his band mates into the studio to play some tracks from their brand new album, In Loving Memory of oosi Lockjaw. Tonight is the album’s official release party at The Ardmore Music Hall with special guests the West Philadelphia Orchestra and Lauryn Peacock. For more information on the record release show tonight, click here.

Austin-based seven-piece Wild Child is coming off the release of their third studio album, Fools. The folk-pop group is known for their infectious melodies and their raucous live performances, and you can catch them tonight at Union Transfer starting at 7 p.m. For more information or to score tickets head to the XPN Concert Calendar.

Sticky Fingaz and Fredro Starr are now moving into their third decade performing under the moniker Onyx, but don’t let their age fool you, there still just as hardcore as ever. Known for their brash lyricism and the ability to bring some of the more bad-ass aspects of punk rock and blend them with gangster rap, Onyx are set to play the Trocadero Theatre tonight and you can click here for more information on the show.

Also Playing:

Shakey Graves at The Electric Factory (8:30 p.m., $25, All Ages)

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