Photos: Scenes from the Big Muddy Records Fish Fry 7/5/2013

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STEVE TRUESDELL
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Big Muddy Records' annual fish fry took place on Friday, July 5, serving as an excellent start for a beautiful (well mostly) Independence Day weekend. Southwest Watson Sweethearts, Mat Wilson & Little Rachel, Lonesome Cowboy Ryan & His Dried-Up Teardrops, the Hobosexuals, Jack Grelle & the Johnson Family, Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost and the Rum Drum Ramblers provided the soundtrack for the day's activites. RFT Music's own Steve Truesdell was there to catch the highlights; check them out below.

Make sure you also check out our full slideshow from the night here: The Big Muddy Records Fish Fry.

STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell
STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell
STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell
STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell
STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell
STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell

STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell
STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell
STEVE TRUESDELL
  • Steve Truesdell

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