Scenes from Quaker City Night Hawks' Album Release at Magnolia Motor Lounge on Friday Night.

Later this week, we'll have plenty more about Honcho, the new album from Fort Worth boogie rock favorites Quaker City Night Hawks.

Suffice to say just this much, then, for now: Them fools sure can play.

Yes, there's a reason this four-piece has become such a revered live outfit here in North Texas over the past couple of years. They're just one of the best in the region; their timing and harmonies are always ridiculously on point. They put that much on blast on Friday night at their album release show, playing before a jam-packed (almost uncomfortably so) Magnolia Motor Lounge in Fort Worth.

The question with Honcho, really, is this: Is there any way that this Sons of Anarchy-approved band's recorded stuff can live up to the hype of the live show?

Friday night's offering set the bar pretty high, that's for sure.



















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