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The Strokes, Josh Homme join Pearl Jam onstage at 20th anniversary gigs – video

Mudhoney and Soundgarden also collaborate with Eddie Vedder and co

Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam joined The Strokes onstage during Pearl Jam‘s own two-day music festival to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

Taking place at Wisconsin’s Alpine Valley Music Theater over the weekend (September 3-4), the event saw Vedder dueting with Strokes frontman Julian Casablancas during the New York band’s set on their 2005 single ‘Juicebox’. Casablancas later joined Pearl Jam for ‘Not For You’. Watch fan-shot footage of the collaboration by scrolling down.

The event also saw a host of other collaborations, with Queens Of The Stone Age mainman Josh Homme appearing onstage during Pearl Jam‘s set to perform ‘In The Moonlight’ with the band, reports Ultimate Classic Rock. You can also watch this collaboration at the bottom of the page. Soundgarden‘s Chris Cornell also joined Pearl Jam onstage for a brief reformation of their 1990s act Temple Of The Dog, as did Mudhoney, who performed a version of MC5‘s ‘Kick Out The Jams’ with Eddie Vedder and co.

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George Harrison‘s son Dhani also made an appearance during Pearl Jam‘s set, while Glen Hansard of The Swell Season, Dan Peters of Mudhoney and Liam Finn appeared for ‘Who Are You’.

Pearl Jam Twenty, the Cameron Crowe retrospective film about Pearl Jam, will be screened in 75 UK cinemas on September 20. The soundtrack will be released on September 19 and has been complied by Crowe, who has known the band since his days as a reporter for Rolling Stone in Seattle.

A book, also called Pearl Jam Twenty, will be released on September 12. Pearl Jam are currently in the studio working on their 10th studio album.

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