Pearl Jam brought their rock and roll to Boston’s Fenway Park last night, playing the second of two sold-out shows at the historic stadium. Celebrating their 25th anniversary, Pearl Jam brought an exceptional setlist for their Sunday showing, spanning their career with hits from albums old and new, as well as some choice cover selections throughout.

One of the more noteworthy moments of the show was a cover of Aerosmith’s “Draw The Line.” The band debuted the cover at the Fenway Park opener last Friday, dedicating it to the recently-hospitalized Joe Perry. Tonight’s version carried even more weight, as Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton sat in with the band for their second-ever performance of the song. (For the jam-oriented readers here, we’re not talking about the American Babies/Joe Russo’s Almost Dead guitarist of the same name). It made for quite the emotional moment.

The show also featured some of the band’s most classic material, including “Better Man,” “Alive,” “Even Flow,” “Do The Evolution” and so many more. The band also brought back their song “Angel,” which hadn’t been played in 22 years before its appearance in Telluride, CO earlier this year. The show also included covers by Pink Floyd, The Ramones, The Who, and Neil Young throughout. J Mascis even joined in on the Neil Young cover, helping Pearl Jam with a little “Rockin’ In The Free World.” They ended the night with a performance of “Yellow Ledbetter” that included the “Star Spangled Banner, a reference to the baseball stadium and its time-honored traditions. What a night of music!

You can watch video highlights and see the full setlist, all below.


Draw The Line ft. Tom Hamilton





Love Reign O’er Me


Rockin’ In The Free World w/ J Mascis

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