Watch Eddie Vedder Take Over for Roger Waters on “Comfortably Numb”
Hometown-boy-made-good comes out for a chorus, takes over Pink Floyd staple.Music Features Roger Waters
Roger Waters brought his Us + Them tour to Chicago’s United Center over the weekend, where he treated the crowd to a bowlful of Pink Floyd favorites. For the 1979 Wall single “Comfortably Numb,” he brought out hometown-boy-made-good Eddie Vedder to sing a chorus, and damn if Vedder didn’t take over the rest of the song.
THANK YOU TO MY FRIEND EDDIE FOR SINGING WITH US TONIGHT, BEAUTIFUL!! @PearlJam@UnitedCenter#usandthemtour#rogerwaters#eddievedderpic.twitter.com/vvNmyrTcBB
— Roger Waters (@rogerwaters) July 24, 2017
Waters’s 61-show tour in support of new album Is This the Life We Really Want heads up to Minnesota next before moving east in August and September, with two New York stops at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
Watch Waters cede to Vedder above via Waters’s Twitter, and below via a fan-shot video. And while you’re here, check out our rankings of the 20 Best Pink Floyd Songs (“Comfortably Numb” comes in at No. 4), and dig into the inexhaustible Paste Vault with our look at the best of the band’s Animals performances.