Earlier this week, Reed Mathis brought his Electric Beethoven project to The Broadberry in Richmond, VA, and an opening set from Perpetual Groove’s Brock Butler turned into a guest-filled affair with members of EB joining Butler for a run of tunes.

First, Butler welcomed Mathis himself on stage for a cover of Paul Simon’s “Under African Skies,” which can be viewed above in a video shot by writer Benjy Eisen. Next, EB drummer Jay Lane came out for Tom Petty’s “Time to Move On,” while his bandmate, guitarist Clay Welch, helped Butler round out his set with Dawes’ “Moon in the Water.” During Electric Beethoven’s headlining set, Butler returned the sit in favor by joining the band on their own “Shepherd’s Song.”

Electric Beethoven also helped out during Pink Talking Fish’s Stop Making Sense extravaganza at the Capitol Theatre last night, and the band continues its tour tonight at The Acoustic in Bridgeport, CT.