Temple Of The Dog Would Love Eddie Vedder To Join Tour

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(Classic Rock) Temple Of The Dog hasn't ruled out a guest appearance from Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder at what will be their first ever tour this November but admit that they have not planned on it.

The vocalist, who is not billed on the forthcoming shows, sang half of the band's seminal song Hunger Strike, and also provided backing vocals on three other tracks on the grunge project's 1991 self-titled album - designed as a one-off tribute to their friend and collaborator, Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood, who'd died the previous year.

Soundgarden and Temple Of The Dog singer Chris Cornell says there are currently no plans for Vedder to join them onstage at the supergroup's sold-out shows - but Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready admits he'd "love it if he did."

When asked whether Vedder will join them, McCready tells Rolling Stone: "I can't say anything about that. I don't know if he is, and that's kind of up to him. I would love it if he did."

Cornell adds: "I don't think that's even been discussed, but we certainly haven't planned on it." Read more here.

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