Jack White Returns Favor With Pearl Jam Cover In Seattle After Pearl Jam Covered Him [Listen]

first_imgOn Monday night, Jack White made his way to Seattle, Washington, for a performance at the WaMu Theater. During the show, White paid homage to one of Seattle’s most beloved exports, Pearl Jam, closing the circle on a series of homages between himself and the ’90s grunge-rock heroes.Last week, during Pearl Jam‘s first of two “Home Shows” at Seattle’s Safeco in Seattle, Eddie Vedder delivered an acoustic rendition of The White Stripes‘ “We’re Going To Be Friends”. The song was dedicated to teachers and the band members’ children, with Vedder’s daughters joining the band on stage along with two of their teachers who wore Seattle Mariners jerseys with the name “VEDDER” emblazoned on the back. When Jack White and his new-look touring band made their way to Seattle, White included a cover of Pearl Jam’s “Daughter”, returning the favor in the band’s hometown.You can listen to an audience audio recording of Jack White’s Pearl Jam cover in Seattle below via YouTube user Vurs Wahflez:Jack White – “Daughter” [Pearl Jam cover][Audio: mfc172]Earlier this summer, Jack White and Pearl Jam shared the stage at Lisbon, Portugal’s NOS Alive Festival. Pearl Jam closed out the day’s festivities following White and his band’s performance. During Pearl Jam’s encore rendition of “Porch”, the band referenced White’s performance with teases of “Seven Nation Army”, foreshadowing what was to come. Finally, to close their set, Pearl Jam welcomed White himself to the stage for a rendition of Neil Young‘s “Rockin’ In The Free World”. Watch the onstage collaboration below:Pearl Jam w/ Jack White – “Rockin’ In The Free World” [Neil Young cover][Video: XTV Podcast]For a full list of Jack White’s upcoming tour dates, head to his website. Pearl Jam is set to close their brief summer run later with a pair of two-night runs in Boston and Chicago. For more information, head here.[H/T Consequence of Sound]last_img

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