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Eddie Vedder Joins Springsteen On Stage In Chicago
Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder joined Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band on Wednesday (September 25) in Chicago at the United Center, singing a duet of “My Hometown” with Springsteen during the first encore.
Vedder is the first special guest so far during the Rising Tour. He came on stage following the band’s rocked-up new version of “Dancing In The Dark,” traded verses on “My Hometown” off 1984’s Born In The U.S.A., then left before the band kicked into “Ramrod.”
Earlier in the show, Springsteen officially debuted the live performance of “Jackson Cage,” from 1980’s The River. The song had been played on August 2 for one of the New Jersey rehearsal/warm-up shows at Asbury Park Convention Hall before the tour began.
Springsteen also delivered the tour’s first performance of “For You,” from his 1973 debut album, Greetings From Asbury Park, as a solo ballad on piano. In addition, the set included “She’s The One,” from 1975’s Born To Run, which was also played Tuesday (September 24) at Kempner Arena in Kansas City, Missouri.
Certified as platinum for sales of 1 million copies, The Rising is currently Number 11 on the Billboard 200. Springsteen & the E Street Band appear Friday (September 27) at Bradley Center in Milwaukee.
Pearl Jam’s new album, Riot Act, hits stores on November 12.