Lubbock enjoyed a post-Thanksgiving feast of rock and roll Saturday night (Nov. 29) thanks to Fozzy, Texas Hippie Coalition and Shaman's Harvest.

The eclectic show was kicked off by Plainview, Texas's Fluid Frequency. Missouri's Shaman's Harvest followed up with a pure rock performance; the band jammed out with a fury.

Fozzy hit the stage next, and did it in style. Frontman Chris Jericho, who cut his showman teeth wrestling for both WCW and WWE, pulled out the same signature flair that earned him millions of fans.

Stepping on stage with a light-up jacket, the self-proclaimed Ayatollah of Rock and Rolla kicked off the set with the band's new single "Do You Wanna Start a War."

Despite mic difficulties, Jericho was the consummate professional, never letting the technical issues get under his skin or sour his mood. He jumped around the stage, got right up into the crowd and oozed charisma.

Texas Hippie Coalition ended the show with their patented red dirt metal that was heavy on the dirty. Frontman Big Daddy Rich drawled jokes between songs, keeping the Lubbock crowd entertained even when they weren't throwing up devil horns and rocking out.

Check out our photos from the show below.