Reverend Horton Heat and Unknown Hinson headline Southern Fried Sunday's massive 10th anniversary show


Southern Fried Sunday celebrates 10 years of pickin’ and grinnin’ this Sunday with a daylong anniversary hootenanny featuring an outdoor stage of local and touring acts headlined by Reverend Horton Heat and Unknown Hinson sharing a double-wide two-hour set. The red-eyed revelry kicks off early with local punks the Hamiltons, followed by accordion-wielding pub-core pirates the Kidney Stones. Then kick up your heels to the WildTones regional rockabilly before the honky-tonk tunes of Giddy Up Go round out the local lineup. Next comes Russian-American party band Igor & Red Elvises, whose “Siberian surf-rock” pairs nicely with several shots of vodka. Then Nashville Pussy gets down and dirty with some of the hairiest Southern metal you’ll ever hear. The redneck revival comes to a frenzied climax when Unknown Hinson, aka Stuart Barker, voice of Early Cuyler on Adult Swim’s Squidbillies, performs his original country parodies backed by Reverend Horton Heat himself, one of music’s most famous rockabilly revivalists. (His song “Psychobilly Freakout” shredded fingers on Guitar Hero 2.) Southern barbecue dinner is available from area food trucks, and entrance to the late show featuring the Woolly Bushmen, Milka and Riverbottom Nightmare Band is included with the ticket price. 

with Reverend Horton Heat, Unknown Hinson, Nashville Pussy and more | 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17 | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | | $10-$15


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