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Pearl Jam invited Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood on stage last night (August 11) in London – to help on a thrilling cover of Bob Dylan‘s “All Along The Watchtower”.

Pearl Jam‘s fanclub members gig at London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire was the Seattle band’s first UK date, ahead of two arena gigs next week.

Ronnie Wood led the band through “All Along The Watchtower”, with help from Pearl Jam guitarists Mike McCready and Stone Gossard.

Pearl Jam’s encore also included a cover of the The Who‘s “The Real Me”.

Pearl Jam’s cover of “All Along The Watchtower” with Ronnie Wood video here:

Pearl Jams forthcoming Eurpean shows are:

  • ROTTERDAM, Sportspaleis Ahoy (13)
  • BERLIN, Wuhlheide (15)
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  • MANCHESTER, MEN Arena (17)
  • LONDON, O2 Arena (18)

Pearl Jam’s London Shepherd’s Bush Empire set list was:

‘Interstellar Overdrive/’Corduroy’
‘The Fixer’
‘All Along The Watchtower’
‘Why Go’
‘Severed Hand’
‘Given To Fly’
‘Low Light’
‘Even Flow’
‘Present Tense’
‘Save You’
‘Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town’
‘Do The Evolution’
‘Got Some’
‘The End’
‘Inside Job’
‘Soldier Of Love’
‘State Of Love And Trust’
‘The Real Me’
‘Yellow Ledbetter’

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Pic credit: PA Photos/ Pearl Jam at the Shepherds Bush Empire


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