Watch the moment Sam Fender joined Barry from “Eastenders” at the Truck Festival

Last night (July 23), Shaun Williamson – who played Barry in Eastenders – joined Sam Fender on stage at the Truck Festival. Check out the pictures of the moment below.

The musician headlined the Truck Festival in Oxfordshire on Saturday night and surprised his fans when Williamson took to the stage to sing ‘Getting Started’ at the start of his set.

Fender described the moment as “one of the highlights of our career” for him and his band.

Williamson is best known for playing the character of Barry in Eastenders, as well as a satirical version of himself in Ricky Gervais’ Extras. In January, he announced that he would be hitting the road this year with his “Barrioke” nighttime tour, which includes themed karaoke nights where fans are invited to join Williamson on stage to sing along.

Check out the moment here along with the tracklist:

Sam Fender Tracklist – Truck Festival

‘Shall We Talk?’

‘Getting Started’ – by Shaun Williamson

‘Dead Boys


‘I prefer

The Borders


Get you down

Spit on you



‘The Dying Light

‘Seventeen Going Under

‘Hypersonic Missiles

Fender recently talked about who he would like to see play him in a biopic of his life.

Speaking to The Sun, Fender said he would like to play Evan Peters from American Horror Story if a movie was ever made about his life.

He told the publication: “Probably what I would want, compared to whoever would play against us, is very different.

I loved that guy who stars in American Horror Story, Evan Peters. The person I want to play is me, but I’m not as cool or sexy. I wish he would play with me because he has that dead look behind his eyes that I have.”

He joked that “actually, they would probably get Michael Cera.”

Earlier this month, Fender performed their new single “Alright” live at their biggest concert in Finsbury Park, the biggest of their career to date.

In their review of the Finsbury Park concert, NME wrote: “For the most part, tonight is a triumph, which comes through in the final bars. ” , so thank you very much,” Fender says as a prelude to the rousing penultimate version of “Seventeen Going Under”.

“As the chords of the open guitar engage the crowd, the audience responds by setting off so many flares that the air in the park is filled with smoke and the smell of burning chemicals. It could to be an extremely set anthemic moment, but it’s just as well. it’s a very emotional feeling: the thousands of people who cry feel his chants as a victory over the dark times contained in the lyrics document.”

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