Jail Weddings are a 10-piece, punk-soul hurricane out of Los Angeles. They've been compared to all kinds of bands that share their electric, doomed atmosphere, both onstage and off: the Libertines, the Pogues, Fleetwood Mac. But Jail Weddings don't sound anything like those bands. It sounds like Motown horns, rock 'n' roll drums and guitar, a pretty girl with a violin, more pretty girls singing backup, and a singer who combines the gruffness of Joe Tex with the impish menace of Joel Grey in Cabaret. This should be a hell of a show. With Broken Nobles, Red Liquid, and Koko and the Sweetmeats. (Comet Tavern, 922 E Pike St, 322-9272, 9 pm, $8, 21+)