Pearl Jam Covers Part Of Let It Go From Frozen In Milan

Pearl Jam has never been shy about throwing not only covers into their sets, but also working "tags" or portions of other songs into their own compositions. On Friday night in Milan, the Seattle rockers merged part of a cover they'd never played before into their own "Daughter," but it wasn't a classic rock tune or even a punk cover.

Eddie Vedder and Co. worked part of "Let It Go" from the 3D computer-animated Disney film Frozen seamlessly into "Daughter." The massive hit took home the Oscar for Best Original Song earlier this year. There must've been plenty of audience members with kids in the audience as the crowd does a nice job of singing along.

Watch a video of the snippet of "Let It Go":

Check out "Just Breathe" and all of "Daughter" including the "Let It Go" tag:

Update 6/26 10 a.m.: So why did Pearl Jam cover a song from a Disney movie? Eddie Vedder's close friend Tom reveals that the Seattle rockers played part of "Let It Go" to honor a request from the singer's five-year-old daughter:

[via Consequence of Sound]

[Published on: 6/26/14]

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