With a band name like Whiskey Shivers, fans can expect a riotous time. Described variously as "freewheelin'," "trashgrassin'," "a folk tornado" and "crazy-assed redneck music," Whiskey Shivers takes traditional instrumentation, soaks it in gasoline and sends it into outer space. The instruments include upright bass, fiddle, washboard, banjo and guitar. The Austin, Texas, band will play Revival Fest at 1:30 p.m. at the Paint Shop Stage."Whiskey Shivers is essentially the feeling you get when you drink your first drink of whiskey," says member Joe Deuce. "It translates to people who typically may not be whiskey drinkers who drink a few whiskeys and turn everything into quite a wild party."Members of the band are Jeff "Horti" Hortillosa, James Bookert, Andrew VanVoorhees, Bobby Fitzgerald and Joe Deuce. Fitzgerald and VanVoorhees first hooked up 2009, followed by the others."I lived in the same apartment complex," Deuce says. "We've been together, it feels like forever."A year ago, the band was playing a show and when the spotlight hit center stage, Deuce saw fellow band members getting pats on the back from the crowd. "We were surrounded by a few hundred people freaking out," he says. "It was a really good time. How the crowd participates supersedes how well you think you did."Fans can expect an exciting show, he says. "We have our energetic side," Deuce says. "Usually once we're on stage, it's hard to slow it down. "There will be thrills and chills and the spectacular," he says. "We will be throwing a party."