Nashville newcomers Kansas Bible Company are one part surf rock, one part high school pep band, one part middle-aged lady dance music, and 11 parts freak. First, imagine if the coolest, suavest band kids from your high school (I know, that’s a stretch) united in college and started touring here, there and everywhere, and you’ll begin to mentally prepare yourself for KBC. Next, forget that you swore you’d never go see another band with a full horn section — because this one will actually be worth it. Originally from Goshen, Ind., these Yankees bought a former crack house in East Nashville last summer, and have been making music in it ever since. Composed of two trumpets, alto sax, tenor sax, bass trombone, three electric guitars, bass and two percussionists, they should never have to worry about filling up a venue. And I know what you’re thinking: two saxophones? While generally one sax is enough to evoke sweaty memories of St. Elmo’s Fire, these boys bring just enough style to forgo the usual gag reflex.