Saxl Rose had previously covered 'Fake Happy' in a video which quickly went viral.
Paramore had a very special guest join them at a recent US show - internet sensation and genuinely awesome sax player, Saxl Rose.
Saxl, real name Tony Hancock, has become known online for his jazzed-up versions of scene classics and has previously jumped on stage with Neck Deep to run through 'In Bloom'.
So, after that success, Saxl posted a video of his version of 'Fake Happy', hoping that he might be able to jam with Paramore when they hit his home town of Merriweather, Columbia.
Well, sometimes wishes do come true kids!
Saxl Rose was brought on stage to play 'Ain't It Fun' with the band and, even with no rehearsal, he brought those sweet sweet sax sounds hard!
Check out the epic performance below:
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Tony even got to hang with the band afterwards too, throwing up some pics and a thank you message on his Instagram account.
There are no words to describe how unreal last night was. A dream come true. Thank you @yelyahwilliams and all of @paramore for letting me jam with you guys! You all sounded absolutely perfect. Best night ever��❤️ @zacfarro @tayloryorkyall • • • #paramore #saxlrose #paramoreisaband #saxophone #hayleywilliams #tour5
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Nice job Saxl!
Paramore continue their US tour all summer long with support from Foster The People.