Adam Sandler Makes Disease Revelation With Eddie Vedder


Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder performed at a ROCK4EB! charity show for a rare disease on Sunday in Malibu, California, and Adam Sandler has revealed that he performed with Vedder to raise money to fight the disease Epidermolysis Bullosa. Eddie Vedder was recently hit on by a surprising male rock icon.

Director Judd Apatow also attended with his actress wife Leslie Mann and their daughter Maude Apatow, who has acted in Apatow’s films. Adam Sandler said, “Had an incredible night with these two guys at the Rock4EB charity event. Thank you to the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Center for having us. Unforgettable night. #Rock4EB.”

Chris Gardner tweeted, “Another big moment from #Rock4EB: @AdamSandler @JuddApatow and Eddie Vedder performing “Let My Love Open the Door,” a classic Pete Townshend song covered by Vedder and Pearl Jam back in 1995. This space is also open for anyone who wants to talk about how great the vocals are 🔥”

Eddie Vedder filming a creepy video with his ex-wife recently resurfaced. Adam Sandler and his daughters also played a new Taylor Swift song. Back in the 90’s, Eddie Vedder gave Adam Sandler a note to give to Saturday Night Live writer Tom Davis. Eddie’s note said:

Tom Davis–

This is Eddie Vedder. I sing in a band that was on your show. Don’t know if you recall … I do. In a hallway I mentioned white Adidas with green stripes. You mentioned buying seven pairs … 12 pairs … how many? I was questioning how had they remained in such good shape?

I remember these shoes … think I mentioned how dear Dad wore white shoes, those same ones, thusly I would wear them too. On my back. Why do we always remember that shit? I dunno … Why am I retelling this to you? Again … I dunno … And you were dry shaving with a Bic … constant and consistent … like a Martin Scorsese school film I once saw … I see a lot of stuff … remember one-half of that … And I can play that small moment in the hallway … stop it … rewind … strange … that’s why I write this I guess.

Bye. See you around, Eddie. Eddie Vedder told a ‘weird’ Chris Cornell story last week.