Kimye wasn't the only one who had a weekend to remember…
Former Journey frontman Steve Perry made history over Memorial Day weekend when he performed live for the first time in almost 20 years.
The surprise appearance occurred during an Eels concert in St. Paul on Sunday evening just before the second encore.
Mark Everett, the singer and main man of Eels, announced that Perry would be joining him onstage for an impromptu performance and mentioned just how long it had been since Perry had sung live for a crowd.
"The interesting thing about this guy is that he hasn't sung his songs for twenty something years," Everett said. "He walked away from it because it didn't feel right."
So what did Perry sing for his first show in almost two decades?
Well, he started off his set with a cover of the Eels' hit "It's a Motherf--cker" and then sang two of Journey's biggest singles, "Open Arms" and "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'."
The 65-year-old crooner hasn't performed with the band since 1991, and Sunday night's concert marks the first time that he's even appeared on stage since 1995.
Perry claims that he's continued to work and record music, but that health problems have kept him mainly out of the public eye.