Steph Curry rocks out onstage with Paramore in 'full circle moment'

Steph Curry had a rocking good time at the Chase Center, and no, he wasn't playing basketball.

Instead, the Golden State Warriors star was jamming out with the rock band Paramore. Curry took the stage during the band's concert on Monday night to belt out the hit song "Misery Business."

"San Francisco, can you please welcome No. 30, Mr. Steph Curry, to the stage!" lead vocalist Hayley Williams said. "Tonight, we are going to sing something together, and listen, from the moment Steph gets the mic, this is no longer a Paramore show, alright?"

Curry sang the song's bridge – "I watched his wildest dreams come true/ And not one of them involving you/ Just watch my wildest dreams come true/ Not one of them involving" – before taking a head banging, dance break.

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Curry attended the concert with wife Ayesha Curry, who dubbed it "date night."

"We listened to Paramore on one of our first dates… and many years later they were kind enough to perform at (Curry's) 30th (birthday)," Ayesha Curry wrote on an Instagram Story. "What a full circle moment... Honestly one of the coolest nights."

Curry shared an Instagram photo of himself posing with the entire band, writing, "IYKYK." (If you know, you know.)

Curry has been busy this offseason. He competed with Warriors teammate Klay Thompson in TNT's "The Match" golf tournament against the Kansas City Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce in June. The splash brothers lost, but Curry had better luck at the 2023 American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament in Nevada after a remarkable hole-in-one.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Steph Curry joins Paramore onstage to sing 'Misery Business'