Eddie Spaghetti

Eddie Spaghetti, of Supersuckers (semi-)fame, has never been known for making the most melodic music. You wouldn't want him to, anyway, and his solo debut, Sundowner, only goes there for a cover of Willie Nelson's “Always On My Mind.” What you want out of Spaghetti is what, locally, just he and Brent Amaker reliably deliver: uproarious punk-country that comes to life live, doesn't take itself too seriously, and makes you want to get drunk and screw. If Robert Earl Keen grew up in Seattle, he'd sound like Spaghetti, for whom the road goes on forever, and the party never ends. You're invited. With The Shivering Denizens, Guns of Nevada, Sledgeback. MIKE SEELY

Sat., April 23, 7 p.m., 2011

 
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