Pearl Jam's holding their very own curated festival this weekend to celebrate their twentieth anniversary, hence its name: Pearl Jam 20. And during last night's festivities, the folks at Consequence of Sound gathered a bunch of great footage from the event. A majority of the clips stem from Pearl Jam's set, which led to live collaborations with Josh Homme, Julian Casablancas, and Liam Finn, among others.
The biggest collaboration came when Chris Cornell took to the stage, though, as it led to a Temple of the Dog reunion. It also led to a cover of Mother Love Bone, which makes sense considering that band's former frontman, the late Andrew Woods, was the inspiration for Temple of the Dog.
You can watch the footage below. There's a lot and it all starts with the Temple of the Dog reunion, which led to them playing "Say Hello 2 Heaven," "Hunger Strike," and "Reach Down."
“Stardog Champion” (Mother Love Bone Cover)
“Not For You” (with Julian Casablancas)
“In The Moonlight” (with Josh Homme)
“Who Are You” (with Glen Hansard, Liam Finn and Dan Peters)
“State of Love and Trust” (with Dhanni Harrison)
“Love Reign O’er Me” (The Who cover)
The Strokes – “Juicebox” (with Eddie Vedder)
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