June 27, 2012 at 10:52 AM ET
Well, here's an unlikely musical couple: Bon Jovi and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett shared a stage Tuesday at the Forbes 400 Summit on Philanthropy. Buffet, who was there to speak about his charitable efforts, revealed that he learned to play the ukulele 60 years ago "as a way to court girls," Forbes reports.
Bon Jovi, who recently opened Soul Kitchen as part of the JBJ Soul Foundation, also spoke at the event and co-hosted an end-of-night reception, so it was natural the two would cap things off by taking the stage together. Since Buffett didn't know the lyrics to "Livin' on a Prayer," the two played a song he was familiar with: "The Glory of Love," popularized by Bette Midler. Take a listen on the link above.