Billy Joel put on something big for Philadelphia fans this week.
The Piano Man delivered two of Led Zeppelin's timeless tunes during Friday night's (May 24) concert at Philly's Citizens Banks Park, but not without the help of a very special guest: Drummer Jason Bonham.
Together, Joel and Jason, the son of Led Zeppelin's late John Bonham, jammed out to "Whole Lotta Love" and "Good Times Bad Times" as excited concert-goers cheered and sang along. As seen and heard in the video, below, the pianist and drummer had quite the time, as did Joel's guitarist, Mike DelGuidice, who provided vocals on the former number which also saw Jason banging out a drum solo.
See a clip from the performance below.
The Franchise's special showcase comes just a few weeks after he celebrated his 110th performance at Madison Square Garden, where fellow musicians Pink, Garth Brooks, AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson and Paul McCartney shared video tributes in Joel's honor. Shortly after, Joel topped off the celebration backstage with a group of friends as well as his wife, Alexis Roderick, and their two daughters: Della Rose, 3, and Remy Anne, 1.
Last summer, MSG commemorated Joel by putting his piano on permanent display in the arena's entryway.
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