Published Apr 29, 2011In the last few months, Pearl Jam and Foo Fighters have been everywhere. Both groups are putting out career-spanning documentaries and are releasing a ton of new music in 2011. On Wednesday (April 27), frontmen Eddie Vedder and Dave Grohl, as well as one-time Nirvana guitarist Pat Smear, continued their quest for rock'n'roll ubiquity by showing up during Mike Watt's performance at Seattle's Triple Door.
They start off with a version of Watt's "Big Train" before launching into a lengthy and chaotic take on the Stooges' "Fun House" (a track that was already lengthy and chaotic to begin with).
See the collaborative performance below.
Thanks to Rolling Stone for the heads-up.