Pharrell, Eddie Vedder, Stevie Wonder & More Take a Knee to Support NFL ProtestsNFL bosses, basketball players, politicians, celebrities and everyday Twitter users voiced their support for players' rights to protest. So did a number of music stars.
Watch U2 Perform with Eddie Vedder, Mumford & SonsThe band brought out the Pearl Jam singer and Mumford & Sons to help them perform "Mothers of the Disappeared."
Eddie Vedder Covers Springsteen, Pink Floyd & More at FTNL BenefitDuring the set, Vedder cranked out familiar tracks from The Who, Talking Heads, the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd, Squeeze and Neil Young.
Eddie Vedder to Perform at Obama's Farewell AddressA Pearl Jam fan site has obtained a snippet of rehearsal footage.
Eddie Vedder Contributes New Song 'Out of Sand' to 'Twin Peaks' SoundtrackHe'll also be making an appearance in the new season.
Eddie Vedder and Miguel Perform at Their Respective SchoolsOver the weekend, two famous singers proved they are appreciative of the learning institutions they went to.
Sia, P!nk, Eddie Vedder Cover Beatles Songs in Netflix SeriesOther artists to cover the Beatles include P!nk, James Bay, The Shins, Of Monsters and Men, Chris Cornell, Regina Spektor and more.
Watch Eddie Vedder and Beyonce Perform 'Redemption Song'The song featured an excerpt of a Nelson Mandela speech about poverty.
12 Musicians Who Really, Really Love SportsFrom Harry Styles fandom for the Green Bay Packers to Eddie Vedder's love for the Chicago Cubs , here's a few musicians whose love for their teams knows no bounds.
Good Guy Eddie Vedder Honors Decades-Old Promise to Fan at Ohio ConcertEddie Vedder doesn’t break promises.
Watch Musicians Take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Taylor Swift, Drake, Justin Bieber & MoreEddie Vedder, Iggy Azalea, Selena Gomez and Wiz Khalifa are just some of the music superstars who took the plunge to raise awareness about ALS.
Watch Pearl Jam Turn Frozen's 'Let It Go' GrungeFor all those out there who finally got the song "Let It Go" from Frozen out of their head, we're here to tell you it's back. And this time it's in the form of a grunge cover.