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Eddie Vedder Records 'Batman' Theme With His Daughter

04/22/2016
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(Radio.com) Keeping young children occupied is hard--many parents reach for art supply books and the ever-reliable televison. But Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder entertained his 7-year-old daughter Harper recently by entering the studio with her to record a cover of the 1960s Batman theme.

Harper punctuated the song with dramatic chorus cries of "Batman, Batman, Batman!" Vedder is in good company: both the Jam, and Vedder's heroes in the Who have covered the song.

Rather than keeping it in the family Vedder uploaded the track to SoundCloud. It's not Harper's first credit on the site--eight months ago Vedder uploaded a track called "The Traveler," co-written and performed with his daughter.

Listen to Eddie and Harper's homage to Gotham City's caped crusader here.

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