Break out the boxes of fried chicken and Little Debbie oatmeal creme pies. Southern Culture on the Skids return to the area for two nights of southern-fried, surf-country rock. The Chapel Hill, N.C., party band knows how to have a good time, offering a tongue-in-cheek tribute to trailer park culture. It’s not unusual for band members to pass out fried chicken to the audience during songs like “Eight Piece Box,” and they’re also known to invite audience members to dance onstage. The band released several singles and EPs during the early 1990s, but it was their 1995 major label debut album, Dirt Track Date, that put them on the musical map with songs like “Camel Walk” and “Soul City.” The band recently released Doublewide and Live, which was recorded in their hometown and features some of their most popular songs. SCOTS perform 10 p.m. Sept. 16-17 at the Great Basin Brewing Co., 846 Victorian Ave., Sparks. Tickets are $30. Call 355-7711 or visit