David Dunn proved that he can still entertain a crowd, as he reflected on his remarkable career at Ewood Park.
The much-loved Rovers legend gave a vintage performance, as he took centre stage at the exclusive 1875 Club members event.
No questions were off limits, as Dunny talked through the highs and lows of life at his boyhood club.
From his short and sweet senior debut at Everton, to winning promotion to the Premier League, lifting the Worthington Cup in Cardiff and earning a cap for his country, Dunny covered it all.
He recalled his greatest games and goals, most memorable moments and some forgettable ones too - none more so than that 'rabona' for Birmingham City, which he prays won't appear on a DVD under his tree at Christmas!
He opened up about his brief spell as manager at Oldham, his current role working with Rovers' Under-23s and his plans for his future in football.
Engaging, honest and with plenty of amusing anecdotes to boot, the 37-year-old left the scores of supporters in the Premier Suite wanting more.
Dunny ended the enjoyable evening by thanking the fans for their unswerving support over the years and even agreed to an impromptu plea for a donation to charity!
Rovers hope to line up more great guests and further exclusive 1875 Club events throughout the season.