Watch Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder cover Tom Petty at the Oscars

Sufjan Stevens and St Vincent also performed at the ceremony

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At last night’s Oscars bash in Los Angeles (March 4), Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder sung a moving rendition of Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers’ 1999 song “Room At The Top”.

It accompanied the ceremony’s ‘In Memoriam’ segment which paid tribute to the Hollywood stars who died in the last year, including Roger Moore, Harry Dean Stanton and Jonathan Demme. Watch it below:

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Sufjan Stevens also performed at the ceremony, performing his Oscar-nominated song “Mystery Of Love” from Call Me By Your Name, flanked by St Vincent and Moses Sumney. Watch that one here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGSiA4rGsMA

In the end, “Mystery Of Love” lost out to the Coco track “Remember Me” for Best Original Song. See the full list of Oscar winners here.

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The April 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Joni Mitchell on the cover. Elsewhere in the issue, we pay tribute to Mark E Smith and there are new interviews with The Breeders, Josh T Pearson, Brett Anderson, The Decemberists, Chris Robinson and many more. We also look at the legacy of Rick Hall’s FAME Studios. Our free 15-track CD features 15 tracks of this month’s best new music, featuring Graham Coxon, Gwenno, Guided By Voices, Jonathan Wilson, David Byrne, Tracey Thorn, The Low Anthem and Mélissa Laveaux.

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