It's not every day that a performer spikes his show with a yodel or two. But a quick glance at the bio of self-proclaimed "Dirty Old One Man Band" hillbilly/blues/country/punk artist Scott H. Biram reveals he’s no run-of-the-mill troubadour. He released his first album in 2000. But it was his '03 recording, Rehabilitation Blues EP. — made while he was bedridden following a head-on collision with a tractor-trailer — that cemented his staying power. He returns to the Grey Eagle on Thursday, Jan. 31, with Black Eyed Vermillion and Whiskeydick. 9pm. $10/$12. http://www.thegreyeagle.com.