frontman Eddie Vedder
stunned movie fans at two Into The Wild
screenings in Seattle, Washington on Monday and Tuesday night when he showed up to perform for them. The rocker, who penned and recorded the soundtrack for Sean Penn
's acclaimed film, performed full sets in advance of the launch of his first solo tour next week.
The Kenyon Hall dates were attended by just 150 lucky fans each night.
As well as playing songs from the film and Pearl Jam favorites, Vedder also covered Cat Stevens
' "If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out," Tom Petty
's "I Won't Back Down" and "Picture In A Frame" by Tom Waits
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)