By Audlem Webteam - 10th June 2012 3:24pm
Last week he was playing Blues Alley and the Shroppie Fly at the Audlem Festival.
Today, he's playing with Tom Cruise at the European Premiére of Rock of Ages.
Jim Kirkpatrick, possibly Audlem's favourite musician ( and that's against a very strong field) is playing with the Hollywood superstar today.
You can see the live stream of their performance by clicking on the link below the photo of Jim with Tom Cruise in Leicester Square this afternoon.
We don't know the exact timing but there's lots of great clips from the musical to entertain you while waiting for Jim — and Tom, of course.
Hopefully, Jim will remember to ask Mr Cruise about him appearing in next year's Audlem Festival. After all, if you don't ask, you don't get!
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