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Shotgun, Bang!

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There’s nothing quite like the Psycho-worthy stab of a well-played fiddle, and Austin’s Shotgun Party has the distinct sound down flat. Katy Rose Cox plucks and pulls strings into submission for the feisty trio who put a mean spin on traditional bluegrass, country blues and Western swing. Their self-titled debut is sweet and salty, with New England native Jenny Parrot issuing a convincing Southern twang that saunters and sways all over the fiddle and upright bass lines. It’s damned good fun—even Hitchcock’d kick up his heels! Burt’s Tiki Lounge, 726 S. State, 9 p.m.