Eddie Vedder performed with the Chicago Cubs last night — watch

Cubs players sang "All the Way", plus Vedder does a version of "Corduroy" with a sax


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    Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has been known to attend Chicago Cubs games whenever he’s in town, smiles and all. Last night, while Vedder was in the Windy City for a benefit show, the team returned the favor.

    As Alternative Nation reports, a number of Cubs players joined the alt rock frontman on stage during the concert. Together, they sang along to set-closer “All the Way”, Vedder’s tribute song to the Cubs, and even rallied together for a huge chant of, “Eddie! Eddie! Eddie!”

    Elsewhere in the set, Vedder wished Jack White a happy birthday before performing a rendition of Pearl Jam cut “Corduroy” featuring a sexy saxophone solo. Below, check out fan-caught footage from the show, including performances of “Love Boat Captain” and “I Am a Patriot”, followed by the full setlist.


    “All the Way”:

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    “I Am a Patriot”:

    “Love Boat Captain”:

    You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
    Far Behind
    Love Boat Captain
    Love/Building on Fire
    Watch Outside
    I Am A Patriot
    The Kids Are Alright
    Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
    The Weight
    Comfortably Numb
    Rockin in the Free World
    All the Way

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