Not too many famous artists invite their fans on stage for a voluntary duet.
These moments make performances more unforgettable and they commonly end in some unbelievable duet.
Sometimes, the compulsion gets to the fan, which causes the entire band to lower their performance.
But we can see some fans who blow everyone’s mind after pulling a magnificent performance. Of course, our video right here is one of those amazing performances.
This lad and his girlfriend were keen country music fans.
Prior to Rob Joyce’s name was heard all over the world, he was a big Keith Urban fan.
If you don’t know, Keith is a New Zealander-Australian singer-songwriter and record producer, doing country music.
One particular day, Joyce and his girlfriend went to their first Urban concert in 2008.
Rob and his girlfriend wrote, “it’s my boyfriend’s birthday” and “can I play your guitar?” on their two tickets. Unexpectedly, in the middle of the concert Urban invited Joyce onstage.
After presenting him to the audience, they agreed to perform “Good Thing.”
This song is from Urban’s 2013 album Fuse. The single is known to country music fans for its upbeat tune and cheeky words. On stage, Urban gave Joyce his guitar.
The fan started performing the intro of the song, while Keith was just surprised how good he is.
The audience is completely cracking with energy after they see Joyce mincing on Urban’s guitar. He kept the audience’s hype by also singing the song alongside Urban. When watching this you just think that Joyce was already a part of the band.
However, Joyce’s notoriety shined even brighter as he nailed the guitar solo part of the single.
This extravagant performance wasn’t over yet.
As soon as the guitar solo started, Joyce wretched away on the electric guitar with congested passion. Urban said “He killed it,” as Joyce slowly walked down and off the stage. After the ending of the show, Urban couldn’t move on from how talented this kid was. He taped a shout-out clip dedicated to Rob Joyce and shared it on the internet.
Since then, Joyce’s YouTube channel blew up with views and subscribers. Now he moved to Nashville to pursue music with his girlfriend.
Joyce stated that his move from Boston was “crazy and abrupt.”
He and his girlfriend adjusted to life in Nashville after a while and started making contacts in the city. However, his experience at Urban’s concert was enormous for him: “I walked out of the arena saying, ‘Ok, that is what I want to do for the rest of my life.’”
He decided to move out to Music City in September that year to run after a career as a touring guitarist and a country musician.
Rob’s story shows that it only takes one shot to turn your life around.
Joyce took his opportunity, walked on stage with Urban, and shouted to the whole world his name using his guitar. and it totally worked.
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