Eddie Vedder Breaks Out Cover Songs At Benefit Concert

05-03-2017
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Eddie Vedder

(Radio.com) Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder played a set full of covers over the weekend at the annual Hot Stove Cool Music benefit concert at Boston's Paradise Club.

While the singer played many Pearl Jam songs, including set openers "Corduroy," "Not for You" and "Elderly Woman," he also cranked out familiar tracks from The Who, Talking Heads, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd, Squeeze and Neil Young.

Songs included The Who's "The Kids Are Alright" and "I Can't Explain," Talking Heads' "Love -> Building on Fire," the Rolling Stones' "Waiting on a Friend" and Squeeze's "Another Nail in My Heart," among others. Read more and watch video footage from the show here.

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