The Jayhawks’ shimmering blend of country, folk and bar band rock made them one of the most widely acclaimed artists to emerge from the alternative country scene of the ‘80s. Best known for ‘90s proto-Americana albums “Hollywood Town Hall” and “Tomorrow the Green Grass,” the group has traversed a varied musical journey over the course of several temporary breakups and reunions through the years. Most recently, in 2020 as a quartet featuring Gary Louris, Marc Perlman, Tim O’Reagan and Karen Grotberg, the band released the album “XOXO,” which for the first time found all four members contributing lead vocals and songwriting to the set. The most diverse and wide-ranging in the group’s history, the collection mixes the influence of American roots music with British invasion and jangly power-pop. The album, much like the band’s lush harmonies, brings multiple distinctive voices together into a singular whole, finding unity in individuality and identity in reinvention.