The Rock Carnival in Lakewood, N.J. was home to a wealth of local legends and ones from the surrounding areas over its three days. On Sunday, fans were treated to a special moment as Halestorm's Lzzy Hale hit the stage before stepping under the lights for her band's headlining set. The frontwoman joined comedian gone rocker Jim Breuer for a sizzling rendition of AC/DC's "Shoot to Thrill" which can be viewed in the video above.

After doing his best impersonation of greats like Metallica, Alice in Chains, Slayer and more for a rowdy version of "Bingo," Jim Breuer gave fans quite the parting shot. He's known for his remarkable ability to mimic legendary AC/DC singer Brian Johnson and dialed up "Shoot to Thrill" for his set closer, upping the ante by bringing out Lzzy Hale to an enthused crowd. The two traded lines and joined together, belting out the iconic track with a visceral and raw energy that was one of the highlights of the entire weekend.

Breuer is an avid AC/DC fan and is known for his impersonation of Johnson. This came to an apex on his debut album, Songs From the Garage, when the legendary singer joined him in the studio on the song "Mr. Rock 'n' Roll," where it's difficult to tell the singers apart.

Hale has been an in-demand guest singer, making her way onto Dream Theater's "Our New World," joining Lita Ford onstage to perform "Close My Eyes Forever" and "Cherry Bomb," singing U2's "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" with Disturbed and more.

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