"Dirty Old Town" as you've never heard it before. 

Fleetwood Mac wowed Dublin fans over the weekend in what is being branded as one of the stand-out shows of the year but it was an off-the-cuff performance with the band's current touring guitarist Mike Campbell that really paid tribute to Irish music. 

The Tom Petty guitarist, who has teamed up with Fleetwood Mac for their "An evening with Fleetwood Mac" tour, was taking in the sights and sounds of Ireland's capital city when he decided to cover a Shane MacGowan and The Pogues classic in one of his own "Bathroom Jams."

Seemingly very taken with the city center store "Knobs and Knockers," Campbell gathered together some recruits to sing "Dirty Old Town."

"Coming to you from Dublin ..the knobs and knockers with special guest Jethro Beaudine on the fiddle… A tribute to Shane and the Pogues… It IS a dirty old knob town!" the star posted to Instagram. 

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Earlier, the musician had taken more snaps as he explored Dublin. 

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The guitarist decided to cover a Shane MacGowan and The Pogues classic in one of his own "Bathroom Jams."Instagram/MikeCampbellOfficial