LoCash had a very special guest share the stage with them during a show in Pennsylvania over the weekend. The country duo were in the middle of their Feb. 10 show when they spotted a big fan named Max in the crowd and invited him to the stage.

In the fan-captured video above, Preston Brust kneels down to his level to sing the lyrics to "The Fighters" with the young man as the crowd cheers. As it turns out, Max is a natural onstage as he stands between the duo's Chris Lucas on guitar and Brust, who brought him up.

Max fits right in wearing jeans, a flannel shirt and baseball cap — he could be a new member of the band!

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At the close of the song, Brust motions to Max to walk the catwalk for a big finish, and as he does, a fan in the front row fist bumps him before Max belts the last words of the song on his own.

"The Fighters" is the title track off of LoCash's last album, released in 2016. The album brought much success to the duo — they received their first chart-topper as a band with "I Know Somebody," and delivered an infectious first single in "I Love This Life."

LoCash recently released a new single, "Don't Get Better Than That." The song is the lead track off their forthcoming album. Brust and Lucas wrote the song with longtime collaborators Phil Barton and Lindsay Rimes and debuted it on Today in December. The guys have said they wanted to replicate the optimistic and feel-good vibe of previous hit, "I Love This Life."

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