Dave Mustaine, the leader of the Megadeth band, gave his daughter, at the age of 22, the opportunity to step on stage and sing along with him in front of thousands of people in Paris.
Electra Mustaine sang with her father, Tuesday night, the song “Àtout Le Monde” on the stage of Zenith in Paris, where about 6,000 people were present.
The model then posted a series of messages and pictures on Twitter. “The biggest and most beautiful birthday party of all time!”
Megadeth recently started a tour with Five Finger Death Punch. It is the first concert series to be performed by the American band after Mustaine completed his treatment for throat cancer.
Dave Mustaine founded Megadeth in 1983, shortly after leaving Metallica.
Megadeth has been nominated 11 times at the Grammy Awards but has not received a trophy. The song “Countdown to Extinction”, from the album with the same name, released in 1992, ranked the band in second place in the Top 200 Billboard, immediately after its release.
Megadeth, originally from Los Angeles, is part of Big 4 (Big Four of Thrash), along with Metallica, Slayer, and Anthrax.
The group has released 15 studio albums, sold to over 50 million children worldwide.