Red Hot Chili Peppers & Eddie Vedder Cover Prince & Bob Dylan In Los Angeles

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Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder joined Red Hot Chili Peppers on Saturday night at Silverlake Conservatory Of Music in Los Angeles. The collaboration featuring Prince and Bob Dylan covers was part of an annual benefit concert for the music school, which was co-founded by RHCP bassist Flea.

Hosted by comedian Marc Maron, Red Hot Chili Peppers performed first with a set that had a bust out of their “Purple Stain” for the first time since 2004. Vedder then played a solo set during which RHCP guitarist Josh Klinghoffer came out for a cover of Jerry Hannan’s “Society,” which Vedder recorded for the Into The Wild soundtrack. Klinghoffer also joined Vedder on “Corduroy.” Members of the Silverlake Conservatory choir assisted Vedder on “Better Man” and “Hard Sun.”

Flea, Klinghoffer, frontman Anthony Keidis and drummer Chad Smith then joined by Vedder at the end his set. The collaboration began with Prince’s “Purple Rain” that also included one of the choir members. The Prince cover was followed by a Vedder and the Chili Peppers covering Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower.” Watch highlights of the collaborations from Saturday’s benefit via RHCP Uploader below:

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