Watch Pearl Jam Cover White Stripes “Seven Nation Army”


At the NOS Alive festival on Saturday night, Pearl Jam covered part of The White Stripes classic “Seven Nation Army” as Jack White watched.

Watch video below!

Jack White joined Pearl Jam onstage at the NOS Alive festival on Saturday night to perform “Rockin’ in the Free World”. Watch below!

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder and Jack Johnson recently fanboyed out and watched a Jack White performance. Vedder and White have performed together before, and even went to a Cubs game together. View the adorable photo below as well!

Brutal….PJ +JW

A post shared by CARLOS GUERREIRO (@cabguerreiro) on has published a review of Pearl Jam and Jack White’s performances at the Rock Werchter festival on Saturday. The review had criticism and praise for White and Pearl Jam. Below are translated excerpts, note that the verbiage might be slightly off since it’s a translation.

The Jack White concert did not start under the best auspices for the press photographers, embarrassed in their work because pushed away from the stage by the organization.

Grimed white makeup, a bit of Robert Smith’s haircut, dressed like an old Blink fan, Jack White has become overweight with the years – he may have wanted to hide it – but he has nothing lost of his grinta on stage. What a show saturated with energy the guy from Detroit gave.

There was the sweetest ( “The Same Boy You’ve Always Known”), the song dedicated to Trump ( “Icky Thump” ), but the audience nevertheless spent their time doing headbanging on “Hardest Button To Button “, ” I’m Slowly Turning into You ” and the best (subjectively) ” Ball and Biscuit ” without forgetting of course ” Seven Nation Army ” to finish.

The article also reviewed Pearl Jam’s performance.

Criticizing the Pearl Jam concert is not easy because there are complicated feelings to explain. Their show managed to make thousands of people jiggle, but the performance did not touch us.

Yet, with 25 years of experience on stage, the big machine that is the mythical group from Seattle gave everything for nearly two hours as if it was the last show.