Photo Credit: Shervin Lainez

Vulfpeck’s Theo Katzman joined Lake Street Dive for a run-through of one of the band’s original numbers during the ensemble’s Friday night concert at Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, Mich. 

The unannounced sit-in occurred during a set ending “Good Kisser,” a Lake Street Dive original that appeared on the band’s 2018 album Free Yourself Up, when Katzman–a Great Lake State native, arrived to assist the band’s frontwoman Rachel Price on the energized tune. 

As Jambase first reported, Price took to the mic and addressed the crowd before being joined by Katzman. The vocalist told the audience: “We’re gonna do one more song for y’all, we have a really good friend, I’d say an important Michigan-based musician here tonight.” She continued, “He has his own solo music, he also plays and sings in an incredible band called Vulfpeck–one of my favorite groups of all time. We’re gonna welcome Theo Katzman to sing this last song with us.” 

Prior to Friday night’s sit-in, Price had appeared as a guest on stage with Vulfpeck at a Sept. 10, 2017, concert at Brooklyn Steel, where they shared a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Say You Love Me.” In addition to another sit-in with Vulfpeck, Price lent her pipes on renditions of The Beatles’ “Something” and Aretha Franklin’s “Rock Steady.”

Watch a fan-shot video of Lake Street Dive and Katzman performing “Good Kisser” below.