Stevie Wonder hosted his benefit concert House Full of Toys last night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and the legendary musician welcomed several big-name artists to guest with him throughout the evening, including Dave Matthews, Pharrell Williams Tony Bennett and Andra Day, among others. The 21st iteration of the benefit once again helped out families in need.

The night featured two full-album performances from Wonder, as he led his band through both Talking Book and Innervisions. As JamBase reports, Matthews’ guest spot at the show came during the former album’s performance, starting with Matthews leading the way on his own “Crush” before he and Wonder traded off vocals on “Superstition.” Wonder’s band also included Matthews’ DMB bandmate Rashawn Ross on trumpet.

Watch videos of the collaboration above and below.