Lines of Achievers developed in the hours leading up to the kick-off of the 10th Annual Lebowski Fest. Woodrow on the Radio spun vintage wax before locals, The Broken Spurs took the stage.
Founders, Adam Kramer (left) and Benny Clark (right) of The Broken Spurs tore through songs from their latest release as the sun set over the Executive Lawn.
Billy Lease, the newest addition to the Spurs, added back-up vocals while ripping through an hours worth of bass lines.
Benny Clark sang as the crowd developed around the stage.
Drummer, Chris Croxton, looked on as his band mates barreled around the stage.
Kramer gave a smirk in between smacking hands with Spurs fans.
MC Sean Cannon introduced the evening's headliner, J Roddy Walston & The Business.
J Roddy opened with "Don't Break The Needle" the first single from his latest, self-titled release.
Walston points and the crowd returns the favor.
Billy Gordon added back-up vocals and shredded guitar throughout the night.
Logan Davis plunged away on bass.
Photos by Hunter Embry
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