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Two sold out shows this past weekend and even Black Sabbath was inspired by Taylor Swift’s Las Vegas performance! Geezer Butler, the bass player for the band, was in Las Vegas this past weekend to catch the pop star’s concert. Along with his wife Gloria, Butler brought along his four grandkids to the show. Evidently they are all “Swifties” and had a great time!

Over 120,000 fans in two nights at Allegiant Stadium enjoyed a performance lasting over three hours each night, Taylor Swift performing hit after hit in what turned out to be a huge production as far as concerts go.

On the flipside, Butler fans were shocked to see him at the show and hitting him up on social media. Some even saying that Taylor should be “honored” to have him in her presence! But if your grandkids are “Swifties”, you do what you have to do right? Great seats clearly was not a problem for this rocker. Posting on Instagram a picture of the family at the show, it show them all ready to enjoy!

Evidently they had such a good time, Geezer thought it was time to collaborate! The Mike & Carla Morning Show thought it was time to sample a  mash-up between the two artists. We know it sounds weird, but after you hear it, it really doesn’t sound that bad. On the other hand, for some hard rock fans, there are some lines you just don’t cross!

You know what, check out the segment from this morning and you decide. To be honest, we doubt it would ever really happen, but you never know the power of grandkids! We can just hear it now, “C’mon Papa Butler, you can jam with Taylor! Let her sing one song!”

Yeah, there’s another line you don’t cross…however, feel free to enjoy!

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