Philadelphia: If closing out a two-day festival with an intense two-hour set wasn't enough for Pearl Jam, then bringing out the man who organized it sealed the deal. Jay-Z joined the group for its second-to-last encore with a rocking version of his signature hit 99 Problems.
While Jay closed out the first night of the Budweiser Made in America Festival, he handed the torch to the Seattle-based band grunge rockers and they did not disappoint.
Their 25-song set saw tens of thousands of fans jumping, dancing, and singing on the muggy September night to the band's well-known tracks like Alive, Better Man, and Jeremy.
For the song Unemployable, Vedder told the crowd it was about a hard-working family man who did all the right things in life, but became the victim of job cuts. He said sometimes the so-called job creators are creating jobs outside the United States....more
11:48 AM, Sep 04, 2012