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Eddie Vedder goes ‘Wild’ with Stones
NEW YORK (Billboard) – The Rolling Stones got a lift from Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder during their performance of “Wild Horses” at Pittsburgh’s PNC Stadium Wednesday.
Earlier in the evening, Pearl Jam played an hour-long opening set featuring such hits as “Alive,” “Even Flow,” “Daughter,” “Black,” “Jeremy” and “Better Man.”
The band previously opened four Oakland, Calif., shows for the Stones on the 1997 Bridges to Babylon tour, the last of which saw Vedder join the band for “Waiting on a Friend.” Pearl Jam’s fall tour resumes Friday and Saturday in Atlantic City, N.J., while the Stones’ A Bigger Bang trek moves on Saturday to Hershey, Pa., where Beck is the opening act.