On Sunday, Marcus King closed out his two-night stint at the Tabernacle in Atlanta with an array of special guests. For the final performance in the Peach State, the bluesman was joined by tour opener Neal Francis, Brent Hinds of Mastodon and a 12-year-old prodigy guitarist named Rocco Gorelik.

The stay in Atlanta was in part of King’s ongoing Young Blood tour, which has already stopped by notable cities, including New York, Nashville, Tenn., Pittsburg, Pa., Grand Rapids, Mich., and more – in support of his LP of the same name. During Sunday’s performance, Francis opened the show along with Ashland Craft, while Dean Delray served as host.

During the set, King noticed a fan holding a sign that read, “CAN I PLAY A SONG?” with a downward arrow pointing towards the 12-year-old Gorelik.

The young musician was brought on stage, and King obliged him, allowing him to play guitar and vocals, leading the Marcus King Band on a cover of Stevie Ray Vaughan’s “Pride And Joy.” Later in the evening, after Gorelik’s debut, Hinds came on stage to join king for two songs on the tail end of the main set. The virtuoso guitarist of Mastodon fame joined for Motörhead’s “Ace Of Spades,” on which Delray contributed vocals, and a set-closing performance off of King’s LP El Dorado “The Well.”

For the encore, in what has become a tour tradition, Francis took to the stage to join King and his band. They performed a cover of The Beatles’ “Hey Bulldog” with shared vocal duties before Ashland Craft joined for the final song of the evening, “Delta Lady.”

See fan-shot video highlights below.