Pearl Jam Covers ‘Let It Go’ from ‘Frozen’ at Italian Concert

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It would seem that even rock stars can catch “Frozen” fever, after Pearl Jam performed “Let It Go” from the ubiquitous Disney film at a concert in Milan, Italy on Friday night.

Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder has two preteen daughters, which may explain the band’s unexpected segue from their hit song “Daughter” into the Oscar-winning tune, which has reached platinum status in the U.S. and continues to rack up views on YouTube.

Watch Pearl Jam’s “Let It Go” performance below.

Pearl Jam’s European tour continues through July. Their North American tour kicks off in October.

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  1. Mr Norrell says:

    Wow, they sound like crap.

  2. The size of that stadium! No wonder it is hard to keep your sanity.

  3. Mitch Hedberg says:

    that was all bad recording, not from vocal, but from the phone.

  4. Barb says:

    Guy should learn to sing. it was awful !!!!

  5. ymca says:

    Just proves a good song is a good song no matter what mental blocks the ignorant people suffer from…you know who you are, not liking Country music or anything by the Jonas Brothers for example. Notes are notes no matter what genre.

  6. can I just throw up now, that was horrible he was off key and flat most of the time that was awful!

  7. MinSeon says:

    WTF are you talking about? This was my 5 concert of Pearl Jam and it was the best one ever.

  8. Jeff says:

    Please do “let it go” because they sounded awful. Who thought this was a good idea to publicize?

  9. Dav says:

    I’m sure the phone recording didn’t help but man…that sounded horrible.

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