How about this for a surprise performance! During Breaking Benjamin's acoustic set at Irving Plaza in New York City tonight (Feb. 4), Disturbed's David Draiman jumped onstage to perform the Queen + David Bowie classic "Under Pressure" with frontman Ben Burnley and the band.

Soon after Breaking Benjamin started the song, Draiman appeared onstage to the delight of the crowd, who let out a big cheer. The Disturbed singer then traded verses with Burnley on the classic song, providing a great tribute to both David Bowie, who passed away last month, and Freddie Mercury, who died nearly 25 years ago.

Check out the full performance in the video above. The New York City show was one stop on Breaking Benjamin's current acoustic tour. For a full list of dates, click here.

David Draiman Plays Wikipedia Fact or Fiction, Part 1

See How Old David Draiman + More Rock Stars Are in This Birthday Gallery

More From Loudwire