It looks like life-long
The Pearl Jam rocker partied with former Blackhawk Chris Chelios and the now retired
It all began when one bar patron opted to sing Pearl Jam's "Alive." Vedder joined him on stage and turned the song into the duet, much to the delight of half the bar. I hear the other half of the bar was too in the bag to realize what was happening.
The Evanston native sang around five songs, including The Band's "The Weight" and The Who's "Baba O'Riley" (aka "Teenage Wasteland"). He took a break afterward but would return to join another patron who was struggling through his respective song.
This wasn’t Vedder’s first time giving an impromptu performance after a Cubs game. Vedder unexpectedly performed at Murphy’s Bleachers in
On the record: "Sometimes I'm just taken aback at how cruel people can be because deep down I'm just some naive/affable suburban middle American wuss." - Fall Out Boy singer and Glenbrook South High School alum Patrick Stump, via his blog.
About this week: Actress Jenny McCarthy will host the
Sightings: Supermodel Cindy Crawford dined Friday at Paris Club before heading to upstairs lounge, Studio Paris. ... Comedian
Watch this: Oscar-nominated actor and Highland Park native Gary Sinise has joined the growing list of celebrities who had a hard time throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at a baseball game. I was glad to see Sinise have a sense of humor about the whole thing, mainly because I didn't think he had a sense of humor after interviewing him recently.