The 82nd edition of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is in the record books, but as we say an official adios, we take a close-up look at the guitars that made such beautiful music.
Photographers Michelle Watson and Chinh Phan snapped some of the musical instruments strummed by some of music's biggest names. Can you match the guitar and singer?
We'll offer a hint, with the answer on the next slide.
Let's start with an easy one:
This country music star who opened the Rodeo offers a big hint of who he is right on his guitar.
Previous photo: Brad Paisley's guitar.
When he's not appearing at the Rodeo, this tattooed Australian star is an American Idol.
Previous photo: American Idol judge Keith Urban's guitar.
This rising country western singer made his Rodeo Houston debut and stopped by a Lucchese party.
Previous photo: Easton Corbin's guitar.
This country western singer has a strong Voice.
Previous photo: Blake Shelton's guitar.
Two Southern states make up this up-and-coming band's name. They dazzled the audience in their first rodeo appearance.
Previous photo: Florida Georgia Line band member's guitar.
These Tennessee siblings included a mandolin in their Rodeo performance.
Previous photo: The Band Perry's Neil Perry plays the mandolin.
This singer, known for his on-stage hip thrusts, was named Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year in 2013.
Previous photo: Luke Bryan's guitar.
Known for a string of Top 40 pop-rock hits, this band still wowed the Rodeo crowd.
Previous photo: Maroon 5 band member's guitar.
This up-and-coming country singer with the same initial in his first and last name wore his guitar on his sleeve.
Previous photo: Hunter Hayes' guitar.
This Florida native borrowed his neighbor's guitar and taught himself to play it after a wakeboarding accident. He eventually found Days of Gold.
Previous photo: Jake Owen's guitar.
This Relentless Georgia football fan owns a bulldog named Athens, for the location of the university.
Previous photo: Guitar of REO Speedwagon band member.
This four-man country music band met while students at the University of North Texas.