Last night, country music superstar Zac Brown shocked fans at The Barbershop Cuts & Cocktails at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas when, as if he was any other guest, hit the stage for the bar’s weekly “Faded Karaoke” night.
Brown joined the band, The Busker Kings, who had the ultimate surprise bandmate in the impromptu performance for not just one, but three songs. They included an explosive cover of Pink Floyd’s masterpiece, “Another Brick in the Wall,” “Cover up,” made famous by Morgan Wallen, and 70s hit “Use Me,” by Bill Withers. Band members Ben Carey (Lifehouse, Savage Garden and Brett Young), Chris Reeve (Avril Lavigne and Filter) and Shawn Eifferman appeared elated as they jammed alongside the iconic GRAMMY award winning lead singer of the Zac Brown Band.
Dressed casually in blue jeans, a white button-down shirt and a troubadour hat, Brown was joined by a group of several friends. Following his performance, Brown walked around the intimate 150-capacity lounge, chatting with fans and posing for photos.
The Barbershop is a popular spot for superstar artists like Machine Gun Kelly, Gavin DeGraw and Macy Gray to surprise audiences in a cool, intimate bar.