The Pearl Jam frontman additionally introduced out particular visitor Liz Phair for an acoustic model of 'Better Man.'
Hosting and headlining the third iteration of his annual three-day music pageant Ohana Fest, Eddie Vedder rock n' rolled in Dana Point, C.A this weekend alongside a number of the largest names in music, in line with Spin.
Cooking up Pearl Jam classics and a sequence of covers throughout his set -- Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen included -- Vedder additionally shocked the gang with some very particular friends. For his stripped-back model of Pearl Jam's 1994 basic "Better Man," the entrance man introduced out Liz Phair -- who was additionally acting at the pageant -- for an intimate, finger picked rendition.
On Saturday (Sept. 29), Vedder switched up roles and acted because the particular visitor on The Smith's Johnny Marr set. Filling up Morrissey's sneakers, Vedder joined the guitarist for a canopy of the indie rock band's 1968 hit “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out.”
“I’d wish to take this chance to thank a superb buddy of mine, somebody who I’ve admired and who’s been good to me and who’s an inspiration,” Marr mentioned, welcoming Vedder to the stage. Delivering an unimaginable vocal efficiency, Vedder supplied a huskier tone than Morrissey's traditional melancholic tenor -- including his personal twist to the legendary tune.
Watch fan footage of "Better Man" and “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” at Ohana Fest beneath.