Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder joined Roger Waters in Chicago in July 2017 to guest on a performance of Pink Floyd classic “Comfortably Numb."
Eddie Vedder's 33-song set in Dublin went long, so he whipped out his checkbook during the show to pay the fine for breaking curfew.
Sure, it was an accident, and Macca immediately apologized, but didn't let the incident get in the way of finishing his tale.
At his show in London, Eddie Vedder gave a lengthy speech about the loss of his friend, Chris Cornell.
In the kickoff to his solo tour, Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder wore his heart on his sleeve, sharing his heartbreak over Chris Cornell's death through his songs.
U2 played in Seattle, so naturally Eddie Vedder showed up.
The annual Hot Stove Cool Music benefit concert brought out Eddie Vedder for a covers-filled set.
While opening up for one of his former bands, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jack Irons brought out Eddie Vedder, the singer from another, Pearl Jam.
Eddie Vedder and the Chicago Children's Choir sang prior to President Obama's farewell address tonight.
Eddie Vedder will perform with the Chicago Children's Choir when President Obama delivers his farewell address.