There’s plenty about the ‘80s everyone would like to forget — mullets, neon, an excessive use of drum machines — but as hair metal and MTV were on the rise, so was Nashville’s underground rock scene. Before there were Heavy Cream, Evan P. Donahue and JEFF the Brotherhood, there were Practical Stylists and The Bunnies. But the latter, sadly, snuffed out their pop-rock flames almost as soon as they were lit. Formed in ‘81, the female-fronted quintet debuted in early ‘82 with revving power pop with a dash of scuzz, dropped to four members, switched out some guitarists and bassists, and by ‘83 had scattered in pursuit of separate musical projects. They were the first rock band to grace Mercy Lounge (Cannery at the time). And just as importantly, they have a song titled after Dan Aykroyd’s SNL male prostitute character. Now it’s reunion time, and frontwoman Donna Frost is returning with brother Tony on drums and Jeff Allen on lead guitar, with the addition of Turina Davis on bass (from Paper Dolls, which Donna joined post-Bunnies). The Nearly Deads, Unspoken, Transcend The Fallen and Destined joined the bill. Who’s up for a little ‘80s nostalgia?