Leon Bridges performs at the Fonda Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Los Angeles.

Leon Bridges performs at the Fonda Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, in Los Angeles.

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Leon Bridges played one of the biggest stages in his career over the weekend at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. The fest, which has built a reputation as the Coachella of the Eastern U.S., annually draws about 80,000 people, so yes, it's an opportunity to pull out all the stops.

Bridges, a Fort Worth native, ran through tracks from his debut album, Coming Home, as well as new tunes, twisting and grooving in his now-signature dance style. 

But Bridges also diverted from the classic '60s and '70s vibes with a cover of Ginuwine's "Pony."

LB and @jonnypofficial takeover! "Pony" by @ginuwine Video by @aaleencox

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Bridges continued to turn heads while he was in Tennessee. Fuse TV listed his performance among the coolest things you probably missed on Friday. American Songwriter reports that Ginuwine joined Bridges for the cover at Bonnaroo, but according to Bridge's Instagram, the guest singer is Johnny P, is a soul artist out of Nashville.

See Leon Bridges' full set below. The Ginuwine cover is at 45:50.

Bridges wasn't the only musician repping North Texas at Bonnaraoo.

Kaela Sinclair, who's currently touring with electro-pop band M83, was also there.

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