Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder attended a Return to Mt. Kennedy screening in Seattle over the weekend, and he met a man who ripped off his voice for an audiobook. Vedder seemed amused by the imitation.
“This evening I got to tell #eddievedder about that time I impersonated him in an audiobook. He seemed amused – probably mesmerized by my molasses – smooth voice like the sound of distant thunder. #drivenachodrive @pearljam.”
You can view a photo of Vedder meeting his impersonator below.
Pearl Jam have announced ’12 Days of Pearl Jam’ on their official website:
“We want to see your Pearl Jam holiday spirit!
Starting December 10th, share videos or photos of your PJ-themed holiday decor on Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #12DaysOfPJ.
A number of random fans who use the hashtag will be selected and sent a Pearl Jam gift. We will also be sharing some of our favorites across Pearl Jam’s social channels.
In addition, for the next 12 days we will be sharing exclusive video performances from the LIVE 2018 Tour, special discounts and offers in the Shop, holiday-related content, and more. Follow Pearl Jam’s social channels for more details.
Pearl Jam are expected to release a new album in 2019 following the release of “Can’t Deny Me” earlier this year.