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WATCH: Jason Lancaster Joined Mayday Parade On Stage To Perform ‘Jamie All Over’

Brii Jamieson
Brii Jamieson 2 December 2019 at 11.14

Please don't tell me that I'm dreaming.

2019 continues to surprise and delight - with the latest example being Jason Lancaster re-joining his former band Mayday Parade on stage for a special performance of 'Jamie All Over'. 

Jason Lancaster famously left Mayday Parade following the completion of recording of their iconic album 'A Lesson In Romantics', and never ended up performing any of the songs live. Until now. Until 12 years later.

It all went down at a charity show in Tallahassee, Florida which featured appearances of Kid Named Chicago and Defining Moment - the two bands who combined to ultimately form Mayday Parade back in 2005. The event was set to be a significant one, because it was going to place Jason Lancaster and his former band in the same room for one of the first times since he departed in 2007.

During the live sets, Jason joined his former bandmates on stage for a surprise performance of the Mayday Parade classic 'Jamie All Over' - marking the first time he's ever performed the track live. Check out the video below:

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