Mudhoney cut their teeth during Seattle's grunge era, blending everything from punk to blues for an enduring sound that's still beloved around the Northwest and beyond. As one of the pioneers of '90s alternative rock, they reinforced their heritage before a packed, raucous house at the Seasons Performance Hall in Yakima.

With opening act Nasalrod -- and KATS' own Todd E. Lyons Esquire -- on hand, Mudhoney put on one sweet, satisfying show.

Here's how it looked: