Above is the only photo I could find with Dave Grohl and Eddie Vedder (well the back of him) in it (Krist Novoselic is in it too), from 1992.
Credit: Seth Kolloen and TheSunBreak.com
Grunge lives! Eddie Vedder, Dave Grohl and Pat Smear joined Mike Watt and his band for an encore tonight at the Triple Door. It was the second encore. Confidential to the people who left at the end of Watt’s set of rock opera: You are bad at life.
I recognized Grohl first–wasn’t hard, he’s got that long hair and immediately stationed himself at the drums, where he began whacking away as only Dave Grohl can do. Next I noticed Smear, whose name I couldn’t recall, but whose face I remembered from early Foo Fighters, and from his brief time with Nirvana (he was present for Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged in New York show). Then there was this short dude in a baseball cap playing guitar and occasionally chiming in on backing vocals.
“Holy crap!,” I said suddenly to my lovely companion, “That’s Eddie Vedder!”
Watt, Vedder, Grohl and Smear played “Big Train,” the first track from Watt’s 1994 album Ball-Hog or Tugboat?, an album Grohl, Vedder and Smear (and Flea, and Henry Rollins, and Ad-Rock, and Thurston Moore) all appeared on.