Australian legend Daryl Braithwaite is overwhelmed while performing his classic hit Horses at Fire Fight 2020
He might be 71-years-old but Daryl Braithwaite still knows how to work a crowd.
The Australian legend delighted fans when he took to the stage at ANZ stadium to belt out his iconic classic Horses at Fire Fight 2020.
The sellout crowd joined in on the chorus which has become Australia’s unofficial national anthem.
Emotional: Australian legend Daryl Braithwaite (pictured) was overwhelmed while preforming his classic hit Horses at Fire Fight 2020
At one stage, the former Sherbert front man looked overwhelmed as tens of thousands of people belted his lyrics back at him.
At one point, Daryl stopped performing and took a camera out of his pocket and took several snaps of the crowd.
The singer dressed down on the day in a black T-shirt and jeans.
Work it: He might be 71-years-old Daryl Braithwaite still knows how to work a crowd as he performed in front of the sellout crowd at ANZ stadium in Sydney
Iconic: At one stage the former Sherbert front man looked overwhelmed as tens of thousands of fans belted out his hit Horses
Daryl was the fifth artist to take to the stage to perform at the event which is raising funds for bushfire relief charities.
The concert is being hosted by comedian Celeste Barber who raised $52million through her campaign on Facebook.
She took a savage swipe at the Australian government early in the afternoon for their inaction during the bushfire crisis.
Stellar line up: Daryl was the fifth artist to take to the stage to perform at the event
‘As Aussies, we band together because we have to look after each other because it turns out people at the top don’t,’ she told the crowd who erupted into cheers.
The concert features a stellar lineup of local and international artists, including 5 Seconds of Summer, Olivia Newton-John, Michael Buble, Alice Cooper, Conrad Sewell, Delta Goodrem, Illy, Grinspoon, Guy Sebastian, Hilltop Hoods, Icehouse, Jessica Mauboy and Queen with Adam Lambert.
The event is being broadcast live on Foxtel’s FOX8, Channel V and Channel Seven
Magical: The 10 hour event is being broadcast live on Foxtel’s Fox8, Channel V and Channel Seven from 1pm