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The band handed out free pizza during Tuesday night's show.
Pizza Underground in Nirvana parody.
One pair of fans drove from Dickenson, N.D. for the show and had waited since 5 a.m. Saturday morning to get a front row seat. Another couple on the front row got engaged earlier in the day and celebrated with the show.
Thomas Rhett bass player rocks the country in a Wild Feathers T-shirt.
Justin Moore comes dressed in snakeskin.
Red Tide Rising
Eight-year-old Billings boy Jeremy Urbanski asked Red Tide Rising if he could join them onstage for one song and they said yes.
New Zealand band rocks the didgeridoo
A musician has his knuckles tattooed with “Open Mind” so they can be read while he’s playing guitar.
Michaela Imlay of Billings wears “Faithful” on her knuckles. The tattoos were her way of spelling out her promise to her partner.
Ev Gold, guitarist in the band Brooklyn, N.Y., band Cinema Cinema, wears his last name on his knuckles.
This heavy metal guitarist may play songs about death and mayhem, but his knuckle tattoos are a gentler reminder to “Take Care.”
For some knucke tattoo fans, the simplest message is the best.
“Don’t Fret” is written across the knuckles of the upright bass player in a Celtic punk band who says his name is Fishgutzzz.