We've made it to the end of Pearl Jam's lengthy fall tour, which concludes tomorrow night in the
band's hometown of Seattle. For their penultimate show of the year, Pearl Jam crossed the
border to Canada to perform at Rogers Arena in Vancouver where the band brought out a few
old friends to "Kick Out The Jams."
The Seattle rockers continue to mix it up from night to night as they delivered the tour's
first takes on "Breakerfall" and "God's Dice" as well as the aforementioned cover of MC5's
"Kick Out The Jams," which featured Mudhoney guitarists Mark Arm and Steve Turner.
Mudhoney has opened a number of gigs on the tour including the Vancouver stop.
Eddie Vedder made numerous mentions of crossing the border and even raised a toast to all
those working on the border. The singer also took a moment to mention Roger Waters and
note that the Pink Floyd co-founder is working on new music after Pearl Jam covered
"Mother." Songs from Lightning Bolt, Pearl Jam's latest album, continue to get
played as last night saw five songs off the LP make the setlist.
Here's a look at last night's setlist:
Watch pro-shot footage of Pearl Jam and Mudhoney's Arm & Turner covering "Kick Out The
Jams" in 2005:
[Published on: 12/5/13]