Few things say Dallas music quite like Reverend Horton Heat and his demonic blend of rockabilly and punk rock elements. Hell, even when he's a little hokey, as he was on this past year's Laughin' and Cryin' with the Reverend Horton Heat, he's still pretty fun.
So, too, should be his gig this Saturday night at the Granada Theater.
And the folks at that Greenville Avenue venue have been kind enough to pass along a few pairs of free tickets to Saturday's show. Want one of 'em? OK: All you've got to do is be among the first five people to shoot me an email with the words "It's A Psychobilly Freakout!" in the subject line and, well, you'll be in like Flynn. Gotta be quick, though--so good luck!
Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winners.
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