Combining the Middle American grit of Uncle Tupelo with the raging retro power of Reigning Sound, The Goodnight Loving has been touring this land looking to prove that Wisconsin has more to offer than just polka and sensitive log cabin music. They've made several stops in Columbus on this quest, never blowing into town with much fanfare but always making believers of the barflies in their wake.

Combining the Middle American grit of Uncle Tupelo with the raging retro power of Reigning Sound, The Goodnight Loving has been touring this land looking to prove that Wisconsin has more to offer than just polka and sensitive log cabin music. They've made several stops in Columbus on this quest, never blowing into town with much fanfare but always making believers of the barflies in their wake.

They'll appear again tonight at Cafe Bourbon Street, where one of their Columbus converts, Aaron Troyer, will perform with his skewed garage rock ensemble Day Creeper.

A couple intriguing solo acts round out the bill. Larry Glory is better known as the always excitable Andrew Graham from RTFO Bandwagon. Meanwhile, Die Nasty is billed as an "Extreme Weiner rapper," which I assume refers to his employment at Bobo's hot dog shop and is not some anatomical boast.