Keanu Reeves is back onstage!
The actor, 58, reunited with his band Dogstar on Saturday for their first performance in over 20 years. The trio, including Bret Domrose and Rob Mailhouse were on the lineup for the BottleRock Napa Valley music festival in northern California.
"Great to be back on stage! What a fantastic day we had," the band wrote in an Instagram post Sunday. "Thank you so much BottleRock."
Reeves had nerves leading up to their show but was calmed down by the band's drummer Mailhouse. “He was just super positive. He was like, 'Listen to the music. Just be present in the song, and it will go from there,'" the actor and Dogstar bass guitarist told the San Francisco Chronicle after the show.
"Today was like our first kind of foray out," he added. "The band wants to play. We have a record, so we’re just kind of trying to figure out the best way to marry those two things."
Dogstar performed songs from their 1996 debut album "Our Little Visionary" and 2000 album "Happy Ending," as well as songs from their upcoming untitled album, according to the S.F. Chronicle.
The alternative rock band officially reunited last year after a two-decade hiatus, decided to make a project and hope to tour in the future.
"We love playing and we love writing," Mailhouse told the S.F. Chronicle. "We came back together with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. And as that progressed, it was like, 'OK, let’s make a record.' "
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"I missed playing together, I missed writing together, I missed doing shows together," Reeves said. "We came to a spot where we weren’t playing anymore, and I missed it … Once we started to play, and it felt good, and really positive and creative, that’s when it was like, 'OK, let’s make this happen.' "
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Keanu Reeves' band Dogstar reunites at BottleRock Napa Valley festival