Dave Grohl invited an audience member dressed like a member of KISS to join Foo Fighters on stage during last night’s show at the Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, TX. The man, who neglected to share his name with the band, was affectionately dubbed “Kiss Guy” by Grohl before diving into a jammed out rendition of “Monkey Wrench”. Kiss Guy didn’t have any trouble living up to the moment, making for a very entertaining impromptu sit-in. He even brought his own pick to the show, so maybe he knew he was destined for a legendary night. Judging by the crowd reaction—they began chanting his “name” after the nearly 7-minute tune ended—he earned the high praise Grohl threw his way.

Foo Fighters feat. Kiss Guy – “Monkey Wrench”

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Yesterday’s show also featured some other treats, including covers of Queen‘s “Under Pressure” and Alice Cooper‘s “Under My Wheels”, and a medley that included parts of Queen’s “Another One Bites The Dust”, Rush‘s “YYZ”, John Lennon‘s “Imagine”, Van Halen‘s “Jump”, and The Ramones‘ “Blitzkrieg Bop”. It also marked the second time in the past year that Foo Fighters have invited a fan from the audience to join them on stage.

[H/T – JamBase]