Eddie Vedder About Kurt Cobain

“I went to buy some smokes and I saw this thing in the paper about Kurt ODing in Italy. I got home – I was alone in the house – and I remember all of a sudden shaking with panic. Feeling like that would be the worst thing – being panicked at the thought of the music world without him.”
~ Eddie Vedder, “Grunge is Dead” – Greg Prato

From https://www.facebook.com/284251171682823/photos/a.287684571339483.64730.284251171682823/653485608092709/?type=1

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Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder offered this touching tribute to Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain at their first show after his death 20 years ago

“There’s a lot of space between us tonight…We’re not only kind of far, you know, we’re kind of elevated I noticed, a little more than usual. Either that, or I’ve gotten taller. But, I don’t think it’s very good to elevate yourself. That can be very dangerous. Sometimes whether you like it or not people elevate you, you know, whether you like it not. It’s real easy to fall…but I don’t think any of us would be in this room tonight if it weren’t for Kurt Cobain.”

Watch the entire performance below:

http://www.1065.com/articles/music-news-477342/pearl-jams-first-show-after-kurt-12228787

From https://www.facebook.com/1065TheEnd/posts/10152386480809365

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eddie vedder with k letter snl

From http://www.pinterest.com/pin/447615650436475221/

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