Blake Shelton Turned for an Old Bandmate on ‘The Voice’ Blind Audition: Watch

Life is a rollercoaster, full of highs, lows and unexpected mystery turns.

On Monday night’s The Voice, two separate-yet-connected lives came together again in an unusual blind audition.

Singer Pete Mroz performed Blind Faith’s “Can’t Find My Way Home,” and got quick turns from John Legend and Blake Shelton.

The 45-year-old Nashville native admitted he was the “old guy” on the stage, and in a former life sang under the name “Pete Mitchell.”

Light bulbs went off for Shelton. Mroz was a blast from the past. The pair were bandmates back in the day, in an outfit called The Young Writers. Cue hysterical looks from Kelly Clarkson.

“I haven’t seen this guy for 25 years,” Shelton remarked. “You stole my bass player,” quipped Mroz.

The pair spent a few moments catching up and connecting over Shelton’s old hairdo, and Nick Jonas suggested Mroz get his revenge for bass player theft by going with team Legend.

In the end, explained Mroz, “I gotta go with the old cowboy.”

It looks like they got the old band back together.

Watch below.