Green Day Fan Joins Band On Stage, Takes Over on Guitar, and Acts Like He’s Been There Many Times Before

At a Green Day con­cert in Chica­go, a fan held up a sign, “I can play every song on Dook­ie.” So Bil­lie Joe Arm­strong let him pop on stage to play “When I Come Around.” And the fan did­n’t dis­ap­point, from the moment he climbed on the amp and kicked things off, to his stage dive back into the crowd. The footage was record­ed on Octo­ber 23rd. Enjoy.

h/t Robin — via SFGate

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