While many Nashvillians dream of global rock stardom, others simply long to join the ranks of famed air guitarists Bill S. Preston, Esq., and “Ted” Theodore Logan. It’s those aspiring Wyld Stallyns who will descend upon The Rutledge tonight to compete in the 10th annual regional U.S. Air Guitar Championships. Power slides, windmills, mid-solo “oh” faces and onstage charisma have never mattered more than they will here, where staying in tune and nailing notes means nothing. Hopefuls will get an 8 Mile-worthy minute-long shot to wow judges and win a chance to compete at the National Finals in Denver, and ultimately a chance to compete at the World Championships in, of all places, Oulu, Finland. According to U.S. Air Guitar’s official site, “air roadies are allowed but must leave the stage before the performance.” Even if the competitor breaks a string? Oh, wait.