Eddie Vedder Joins The Who On Stage At Cancer Benefit For Live Cover


During a private cancer benefit in LA, Eddie Vedder joined the Who on stage for a live cover of their classic track ‘The Seeker’.

This performance was part of an event aimed to raise funds for an organisation called Teen Cancer America.

The Who co founders Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey support this organisation, who support young people battling cancer, on a specialised, youth-orientated set of facilities in the US.

‘The Seeker’ 

‘The Seeker’ was released by the band in 1970, before featuring their album ‘Meaty, Beaty, Big And Bouncy’, released a year later.

The track has been covered by Vedder on numerous occasions, both solo and when performing with his bandmates from Pearl Jam.

Check out the live performance of the track below.

‘The Seeker’ is one of many tracks performed by Vedder, including the Cure’s ‘Just Like Heaven’, which he performed with his band The Earthlings earlier this year.

Vedder also released a live cover of ‘World Where You Live’, alongside Crowded House’s Neil Finn.

Earlier this Summer, Eddie Vedder returned to the touring stage, having been forced to take some time out to recover from damaged vocal cords.

The singer suffered injuries to his vocal cords, following a recent gig in Paris, after damaging his throat in French wildfires.

More on this report from Nova here.