You’re not a real country music fan if you don’t agree that there’s always room for another outfit focused on lively Western swing and cowboy music, and the Spaghetti Westerneers fit the bill nicely. Brazilbilly’s Jesse Lee Jones is the man out front, but what’s behind him is no less important, and that includes a sterling rhythm section of guitarist David Tanner and ace bass man Brad Albin. But the biggest attraction here is a triple fiddle section — reliable veteran Aaron Till, the mysteriously named (and nicely yodeling) Alley Cat, and ex-Greencard Eamon McLoughlin — that seems to have internalized every lick laid down by Spade Cooley’s orchestra, not to mention everyone else who’s ever gone down the cowboy swing trail. Hard at work on an album, the Westerneers are taking a practically unheard-of approach at the Station Inn that draws on their LoBro experience: They’re going without a cover charge, and relying on tips. You know what to do.