On the last episode we spoke with WWE Hall of Famer Edge about his massive Pearl Jam fandom and one of the many shows he was honored to attend happened to be in Greenville in 2016, the same show where the band performed Vs. in its entirety. As he made mention in our conversation, his reaction to the fans sitting next to him says it all... "you don't know the SIGNIFICANCE of this!!!"
We'll hear from Edge more in this episode, but just as importantly one of our hosts was right on the rail for this show. John reminisces about the entire experience, but mainly the moments that made it feel real. After Daughter was played without a tag, something was up. Daughter as the 4th song in was a little funky as is, but as a follow up to Go and Animal, especially after the Moline and Milwaukee shows, people were hopeful that they were getting an unforgettable performance, which they did.
The reasoning behind performing the album was that the show happened to fall on Record Store Day, so when Ed opened the show by declaring "let's play some records" he wasn't joking. Versions of Glorified G and Rearviewmirror tore the house down and Indifference mid-set without the lights on made for a memorable moment. They'd also honor the day by playing their two record related songs - Let The Records Play and Spin The Black Circle - as well as dedicated Comfortably Numb to one of Ed's favorite records growing up.
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