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Watch Eddie Vedder Cover The Who With Adam Sandler, David Spade & Rob Schneider

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder recently performed The Who’s “My Generation” in Seattle at the Paramount with 90’s Saturday Night Live stars Adam Sandler, David Spade, Rob Schneider, Norm Macdonald, and Tim Meadows. Watch a video clip, and view photos, below, from @PearlJamOnline!




Eddie Vedder collaborated with another great comedy mind, Judd Apatow, in a chapter for his book Sick in the Head last year. During an interview for the book, Vedder discussed his struggles finding people to relate to as a teenager, and how The Who’s Quadrophenia was a ‘lifesaver’ for him. Apatow mentioned that he had heard Quadrophenia was a mind blower for Vedder.

“Yeah. And a lifesaver. A life ring to hang on to because, for some reason, I just didn’t feel like there was anybody I could relate to on the whole planet. Nobody at school and certainly no one in the household. And then, all of a sudden, it was like here’s some guy from London named Pete, and he knew everything that was going on.”

He added, “[I was] probably about thirteen, fourteen. And all kinds of stuff was happening in my life. It was really like, just, you know, it was like a bridge with the planks covering a big, deep chasm – and the planks were just falling. That whole period, I was just hanging on.”

Vedder elaborated on what Quadrophenia meant to him, “I mean, it was a number of things – I was finding messages in, like, Split Enz and Talking Heads. But as a whole, Quadrophenia was the one that…thank God the record store prescribed that drug, because that’s what got me through. Even though it didn’t offer any answers, in the end it was just knowing that you weren’t the only one going through these things.”

Top 10 Reasons Dave Grohl Should Host SNL

A petition at www.ipetitions.com is gaining quite a bit of momentum for Dave Grohl to host Saturday Night Live (SNL). Grohl, the eccentric frontman for the Foo Fighters, is known for his humor during concerts and has also had many hilarious acting credits and cameos in movies and television, which also includes a stint hosting Chelsea Lately.   And there are also all those hilarious Foo Fighters videos.

Grohl and the Foo Fighters have also released YouTube videos that should add to his resume to host the show. Below, see the Top 10 Reasons Dave Grohl Should Host Saturday Night Live.

1. Foo Fighters’ “Big Me” music video

2. He guest hosted Chelsea Lately

3. When Foo Fighters toured with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, it was hyped by an outrageous MTV News special featuring Grohl.

4. The Fresh Pots video

5. Foo Fighters’ 2011 Kansas City Counter Protest

6. Foo Fighters’ 2015 Westboro Baptist Church Counter Protest

7. Foo Fighters’ “Everlong” music video

8. He just knows how to make people laugh.

9. Foo Fighters’ “Learn To Fly” music video

10. Foo Fighters’ “Long Road To Ruin” music video

Many musical guests have hosted the show in the past, including Christina Aguilera, Desi Arnaz, Garth Brooks, Ray Charles, Hammer, Deborah Harry, Janet Jackson, Quincy Jones, Kris Kristofferson, Queen Latifah, Jennifer Lopez, Ludacris, Willie Nelson, Olivia Newton-John, Dolly Parton, The Rolling Stones, Paul Simon, Britney Spears, Sting, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake, Lily Tomlin, Stevie Wonder, and Frank Zappa. So an SNL with Dave Grohl as host would not be as far-fetched as some might think.

The Foo Fighters are currently in the middle of a world tour supporting their latest effort Sonic Highways. To hear all the best from Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters tune to www.alternativenation.net/radio and www.rockshowradio.net.