As the story goes, George Kinney — whose band The Golden Dawn was part of the same Texas psych-rock scene that produced the legendary 13th Floor Elevators (and even shared at least one member) — headed for Nashville in 1973 to pursue a country career. He made it as far as Kingston Springs when his car broke down — and liked it so much he set down roots for a while, befriending many of Middle Tennessee’s bohemian country talents. He even appeared in a theatrical piece written by local songwriters Vince Matthews and Jim Casey (and reportedly backed financially by Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson) called Kingston Springs Suite, which supposedly was filmed during its one performance. (A recording of the project, made without Kinney, will be released by the fine local revival label Delmore Recording Society.) Joined by the D.C.-area psych band Kahoutek, Kinney will perform a rarer-than-rare Nashville show; the bill includes the glorious shambling folk ensemble The Cherry Blossoms and the amazing William Tyler, continuing his journey from teenage power-pop prodigy and esteemed indie-rock sideman to noise-folk explorer.