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Pearl Jam Hits A Home Run At Fenway Park: Our 11 Favorite Moments

Pearl Jam played two incredible sold-out shows at Boston’s Fenway Park over the weekend and they are sure to go down as legendary amongst their legion of fans. Over the two nights, Pearl Jam invited former Red Sox pitcher Bronson Arroyo to play guitar on “Black”, former Red Sox great Kevin Youkilis fit front man Eddie Vedder with a Sox jersey, Aerosmith’s Tom Hamilton helped them cover Aerosmith’s “Draw The Line” and the legendary J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. fame joined the band in a spirited rendition of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ in the Free World”.

Both nights, the band played for more than three hours with 31 songs on Friday and 35 on Sunday.

Here are our 11 favorite moments from the shows.

1 – Pearl Jam kicked off the weekend with a stirring rendition of “Release”

2 – Masters of War (Bob Dylan)

3 – “Black” with Bronson Arroyo

4 – “Comfortably Numb” (Pink Floyd)

5 – “Society”

6 – “Breath”

7 – “Footsteps”

8 – “Love Reign O’er Me” (The Who)

9 – “Betterman”

10 – “Imortality”

11 – “Yellow Ledbetter” & National Anthem (Finale Encore)