The Southern boogie metal of Jackyl will come to the Saltair Pavilion Friday, Jan. 6. The rowdiness starts at 7:30 p.m.

Jackyl, which made its mark opening for artists such as Damn Yankees and Aerosmith, became one of Woodstock '94's most outrageous acts when lead singer Jesse James Dupree sliced his hand with a chainsaw during the band's closing number, "Lumberjack."Dupree has used a chainsaw for sound effect on the band's two albums, "Jackyl" and "Push Comes to Shove." During live shows, he obliterates a wooden stool for the encore. Though the cut was minor, Dupree smeared blood all over his chest in memory of fallen rockers Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin.

Jackyl has been a staple on rock album radio stations with hits "Down on Me," "When Will It Rain" and "Push Comes to Shove," which feature Dupree's trademark Yosemite Sam-meets-Bon Scott wailing vocals.

Tickets are available at SmithTix outlets.