Actor Corey Feldman surprised everyone at Lucky Strike Live in Hollywood by jumping on stage to perform Pink Floyd's "Money." Watch fan-shot video from Wednesday's performance above.

Feldman, the 45-year-old former star of Goonies, The Lost Boys and Stand By Me, pumped up the crowd before taking a stab at Roger Waters' famous lyric. "You all know this one," he says in the clip. "Come on!"

One eyewitness told Us magazine that Feldman was in his "natural element," while another said "he was having a blast. … He seemed very lively and spent the night dancing around the stage."

By the time Feldman – who has been making appearances in support of the new single “Go 4 It” – breaks out a few of his signature dance moves, it's clear that this went better than a recent stop on the Today show, which was widely panned.

Feldman seems determined nevertheless to carry on with his dream of a second career in music. “Whether you love it or you hate it, you can't stop watching it and that sells tickets," he said afterward. "At the end of the day, it's success – we have succeeded.”

He played the Today show with an all-female band, called Corey's Angels. This impromptu stop at Lucky Strike Live, a bowling alley and music venue, found Feldman on stage with a different group of men that prominently showcased a saxophonist.

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