Published Sep 06, 2011On the weekend, the Pearl Jam Twenty festival took place in Wisconsin, and the event, honouring 20 years of the Seattle band, saw a number of exciting collaborations.
Perhaps most importantly, Temple of the Dog (featuring members of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam) reunited during an encore to perform "Hunger Strike," "Call Me a Dog," "All Night Thing" and "Reach Down," with Chris Cornell of course along for the ride, but there were some other surprises as well.
Eddie Vedder joined the Strokes during the New York garage rockers' opening set for a rendition of their 2006 hit "Juicebox." And the Strokes' frontman Julian Casablancas surprised fans when he returned the favour and joined Vedder and the rest of Pearl Jam on stage for "Not for You."
Several other artists joined Pearl Jam onstage, including Queens of the Stone Age, Mudhoney, Glen Hansard (the Swell Season) and John Doe (X). Seems like Pearl Jam rang in their 20th year in style.
Check out a few of the highlights below.
"Hunger Strike" ft. Chris Cornell
"Juice Box" ft. Eddie Vedder
"Not For You" ft. Julian Casablancas