Dillinger Escape Plan Recruit Fan To Fill In For Greg Puciato

Dillinger Escape Plan

(TeamRock) The Dillinger Escape Plan enlisted the help of a saxophonist and an audience member to fill in for frontman Greg Puciato when he missed their appearance at the 7th annual Gwar-BQ.

Puciato's flight from LA to Richmond, Virginia, was reportedly cancelled, leaving the band without a frontman for their performance on Saturday.

But rather than leave the crowd disappointed, The Dillinger Escape Plan had Brain Tentacles saxophonist Bruce Lamont join them on stage to perform Puciato's vocal melodies with his sax.

And later in the set, a seemingly random stage invader turned out to be a TDEP fan called Dylan Lawson, who is a vocalist with local bands Asylum and Dismantle The Architect.

Despite security trying to stop Lawson from reaching the stage, TDEP bassist Liam Wilson insisted he be allowed up and he sang a few songs with the band.

One audience member tells TeamRock: "From what was said over the microphone by guitarist Ben Weinman, Greg Puciato was unable to make the show due to his a flight cancelation that subsequently left him stuck in LA at the time." Read more here.

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