Spaghetti western fans should catch Portland's Roselit Bone. The band is on the road supporting its newest album Blister Steel, which just came out earlier this month. American Standard Time describes their sound as something "like Marty Robbins meets The Cramps, or a Goblin soundtrack to a spaghetti western, ranchero fantasy meets greased up country in a magical reality." I'm not sure I could do any better, so I leave it right there. They're joined at the Siren's Song Tavern at 8 p.m. with the debut performance of locals Mojave Green which features former members of Cliff Dallas & the Death Valley Troubadours and Rooster McClintock, so you'll find hints of Bakersfield Country, rock and some honk thrown in. I think it's a free show, so have a blast.