Friends and family of the late Stu McKenzie raised a glass in his memory on Sunday.
There was quite a crowd as McKenzie's former band mates from Good Corn Liquor, Ben Murphy, Ben McCauley and Nick Wright, took to the stage at The Railway Hotel to play in his honour.
Special guests included Jess Holland, Steve McCauley, country rocker Sarah Byrnes, local band Streamline, Alison Stuart, Emma Kersley and "Stu's favourite, the one and only" Queen of Honky Tonk Wanita.
Mr McCauley said more than 200 people packed into the beer garden, including plenty of families.
"It was one of our best ones yet. It was fantastic," Mr McCauley said.
"I thought it would be a bit quiet [but] it was awesome.
"We said at the start, we'd raise our glasses to Stu and we'd have a good time. And we did."
Among the crowd were McKenzie's parents Denise and Alex and his siblings Andrew and Katrina.
"They came up to me and said, 'We're so proud and grateful that you do it every year'," Mr McCauley said.
April 22 was the fourth anniversary of the Boggabri man's tragic death in a car accident in Singleton. McCauley and Wright were injured in the accident.
In their brief career, Good Corn Liquor recorded two original EPs and had played across the east coast from Newcastle to Darwin.
The Gunnedah and Boggabri musicians blended bluegrass, rockabilly and rock 'n' roll into their own unique sound.