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Killers Invite Dublin Man On Stage To Drum At Malahide Castle Gig

Killers Invite Dublin Man On Stage To Drum At Malahide Castle Gig
By Eoin Harrington Updated

The Killers played the first of two gigs in Malahide Castle on Tuesday night and for one Dubliner in the crowd there was an amazing surprise in store.

Front man Brandon Flowers invited Sam from Monkstown in Dublin on stage, after he was seen holding a sign asking the band if he could drum with them.

Sam got his wish for the Killers' hit 'For Reasons Unknown' - and he absolutely nailed it.

Monkstown man gets to drum on stage with Killers

The Killers played the first of their much-anticipated Malahide Castle gigs on Tuesday night. Originally scheduled for the summer of 2020 to mark the release of their album Imploding the Mirage, the pandemic forced the gigs to be postponed twice.

In the meantime, the Killers have released another album, Pressure Machine.

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Tuesday night's gig saw Sam from Monkstown invited on stage to drum with the band for their song 'For Reasons Unknown'. The drum line is one of the most recognisable parts of the song, and the Dublin man did a fantastic job with the band - with front man Brandon Flowers shouting "come on, Sam!" at one stage.

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The image of a Dublin lad wearing a Snoopy t-shirt and a bucket hat playing on stage with the giant American rock band is one that those in the crowd will surely not forget in a hurry.

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The man himself took to Twitter later on Tuesday night (or, rather, early on Wednesday morning) to share a selfie he had taken with the Killers' front man Flowers and regular drummer Ronnie Vannucci.

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Vannucci will be quaking in his boots after Sam's assured performance in Malahide.

We're just happy that the song Sam got to play with the band was one from their 2006 album Sam's Town. It was meant to be!

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