Chris Cornell’s Daughter Makes Emotional Eddie Vedder Claim


Chris Cornell‘s daughter Lily referred to Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, his wife, and daughters as her ‘family forever’ in a new Instagram post on her 19th birthday.

Eddie’s wife Jill wrote on Instagram, “To my L .. happy birthday darlin.. you are so loved by many… but especially us ❤️”

Lily commented, “I love you so much mama ❤️ My family forever. Oli and Harp were my first callers at midnight Amsterdam time 😂❤️”

Lily Cornell Silver is currently on vacation in Europe, while Eddie Vedder is touring in Europe. Vedder recently played a show in Barcelona, and below is the setlist.

1. Red Limo Improv-Alive (No Ed)
2. Far Behind
3. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
4. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away-(Lennon, McCartney)
5. Keep Me In Your Heart-(Calderon, Zevon)
6. Just Breathe with Red Limo
7. Dead Man
8. Wishlist
9. Sleeping By Myself with Red Limo
10. No Ceiling
11. Guaranteed with Red Limo
12. Rise
13. Immortality
14. I Am Mine
15. Thumbing My Way
16. Long Nights with Glen Hansard & Red Limo
17. Black with Glen Hansard & Red Limo
18. Lukin
19. Porch
20. Red Limo improv-Jeremy (No Ed)
21. Isn’t It A Pity-(Harrison) with Red Limo
22. Smile with Glen Hansard
23. I Won’t Back Down-(Lynne, Petty)
24. Better Man/Save It For Later-(Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling) with Red Limo
25. Song Of Good Hope-(Hansard) with Glen Hansard & Red Limo
26. Sleepless Nights-(Bryant, Bryant) with Glen Hansard
27. Society-(Hannan) with Glen Hansard & Red Limo
28. Should I Stay Or Should I Go?-(Headon, Jones, Simonon, Strummer)
29. Hard Sun-(Peterson) with Glen Hansard & Red Limo
30. Indifference
31. Rockin’ In The Free World-(Young) with Glen Hansard and Red Limo

Vedder played at Altice Arena in Lisbon, Portugal last Thursday, and he made a heartbreaking revelation about the creation of Pearl Jam’s greatest songs.

prl wrote on the Ten Club boards, “Really amazing show! Eddie was in the best mood I’ve ever seen. The crowd was amazing, as usual in Portugal, singing and getting energy levels through the roof. Glen also got some well deserved love from the audience and he clearly enjoyed it.

The setlist was amazing, lots of great stuff in there. Drifting was a highlight for me. During the song Eddie started making up this story of a guy telling his boss he can’t go to work because he’s sick when in fact he wants to go surfing. Very loosely, it went along the lines of: “hey boss, I’m sick today, got a sore throat. It’s a coincidence that we have 10 ft waves today. And they say the sea water is actually good for my throat”. Great moment. Long Nights, Satellite, Smile, Black, Immortality, Imagine were other highlights for me.

Towards the end of the show a girl showed a sign that read “Your music saved my sanity”. Eddie acknowledged the sign and told her how their music even made him lose his mind at certain moments. Not that the music was the problem, it just highlighted problems that he had inside and had to be dealt with. Either way, wine was definitely not one of those problems (his words) so he opened a bottle of wine and shared a glass with her (he made sure the glass got to her).

A little girl in the second row was really tired and was sleeping when Eddie came to the rail. Eddie asked that everyone made less noise so we wouldn’t wake her up. Turns out it was the little girl’s 10th birthday so she had the crowd sing “happy birthday” to her and Eddie gave her his harmonica. Later on Eddie came back to the rail and sang a bit for her and she gave him a peck in the cheek as a thank you. Great moment and definitely great memories for the little girl.”