Two musicians performing on the streets of Vilnius in Lithuania got their 15 minutes of international fame this week when Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler decided to add his vocals to their act.
The women, part of a group called Vera Primavera that performs hit songs on classical instruments, were playing the band's 1993 tune "Crazy" on violin and accordion. Tyler, in sunglasses with his hair pulled back and a signature scarf around his neck, stood watching before eventually stepping forward. He pulled the two ladies together for a photo op, sang a bit of the song, mumbled some lyrics and delivered kisses to their cheeks.
"I knew we wrote that song for a reason. Draggin' them on stage for sure!" the rocker later wrote on Instagram.
He kept his word and performed "Crazy" with them (this time with him singing all of the lyrics) when Aerosmith played the Siemens Arena on Wednesday.
Vera Primavera later shared a more stylized video of their performance on the street with Tyler spliced together with shots of the musicians playing alone.