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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Southern Fried Sunday heats things up for 10-year anniversary party in January

Posted By on Tue, Nov 10, 2015 at 7:44 AM


Southern Fried Sunday (or if you wanna be cute: SFS) delivers home-cooked meals and highlights special home-brewed bands, but it  frequently pulls in a headliner from somewhere else in the country to add a special spice to the monthly rub. To celebrate 10 years, from 1-10 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016, SFS (what? I wanna be cute) plucks massively popular Dallas psychobilly band Reverend Horton Heat, plus Charlotte weirdo Unknown Hinson, Venice Beach party-starters Red Elvises and gritty Atlanta rockers Nashville Pussy (read our review from their August show!). It's a loaded bill that also packs in rad local heat in Giddy Up Go, the Hamiltons, the Wildtones and the Kidney Stones. (More info here!)

In what's become Will's Pub fashion, the event will sprawl to include an outdoor stage, and in addition to the SFS grub you love, there will be BBQ food trucks (including vegetarian options). Mark your calendar to show some love to the SFS cooks and crew early next year.


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