Yesterday marked the start of the inaugural Ohana Music Festival in Dana Point, California. Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder headlined with a guest-filled solo performance and also appeared throughout the day during several other acts’ sets.
As reported by Stereogum, Vedder joined Elvis Costello for a rendition of “(What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding” and also joined X on a performance of “The New World.” He also showed up to sing Pink Floyd’s “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” during former Pearl Jam and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Jack Irons’ set.
Vedder included a cover of Floyd’s “Brain Damage” during his solo performance that focused on his work with Pearl Jam, playing such favorites as “Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town,” “Better Man” and “Porch.” He also worked in the recently debuted “Out Of Sand” as well as covers of The Beatles “You’ve Got Hide Your Love Away,” Cat Stevens’ “Trouble” and Cat Power’s “Good Woman.” Pro surfer and guitarist Kelly Slater joined Eddie on “Indifference” and returned with members of Band Of Horses and X to close out the performance with Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World.”
Below are audience-shot video of Eddie’s appearances at Ohana yesterday, as well as footage from his appearance .
Eddie Vedder at Doheny State Beach
- Can't Keep
- Sleeping by Myself
- Without You
- Soon Forget
- Dead Man
- You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
- Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
- No Ceiling
- Far Behind
- Out of Sand
- Good Woman
- Better Man
- Parting Ways
- Unthought Known
- Hard Sun
- Rockin' in the Free World
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