Watch Eddie Vedder Perform “Comfortably Numb” With Roger Waters In Chicago
Eddie Vedder is from San Diego, and he got famous fronting a Seattle band. But lately, he seems more at home in Chicago than anywhere else. Case in point: Last night, former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters played Chicago’s United Center. And he ended the show by bringing out Vedder to perform a pretty epic version of “Comfortably Numb,” Pink Floyd’s unstoppable 1979 classic-rock-radio juggernaut. Vedder sang and played acoustic guitar on it, and he sounded awesome. You’re never going to believe this, but that guy is a good singer. The two have done the song together before; they performed it at an all-star 2012 Hurricane Sandy benefit show. Still, it’s worth watching them bring it back. Watch some fan-made videos below.
YO EDDIE VEDDER JUST SHOWED UP AND CLOSED THE SHOW WITH "COMFORTABLY NUMB" pic.twitter.com/gQvyIBaP4q
— Corbin Reiff (@CorbinReiff) July 24, 2017