John Adams has played the drum at Cleveland Indians games since 1973. Today, for the Indians' contest against the Chicago White Sox, Adams had a special guest.

Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney was on hand at Progressive Field on Monday night to celebrate his father, Jim Carney's, 70th birthday. He joined Adams for some tandem drumming in the bleachers.

Here's the video, via Beacon Journal reporter Jennifer Pignolet:

We’ve got a guest drummer up here@ohiodotcom@theblackkeys@Indianspic.twitter.com/38VzgpaEoi

— Jennifer Pignolet (@JenPignolet)September 3, 2019

Here's the view from the press box courtesy of Indians beat writer Ryan Lewis:

Patrick Carney of the Black Keys with a guest drumming appearance alongside John Adamspic.twitter.com/SN4bGuM0Yd

— Ryan Lewis (@ByRyanLewis)September 3, 2019

No word if Carney will play "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," but the Grammy winner is qualified for the seventh-inning task. Get your Cracker Jack.