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Before playing the song, the vocalist explains that being anti-war can make people 'pro peace, pro human, pro evolution' and even 'pro soldier.'
The singer's speech, which was made amid the escalating military tensions between Israel and Palestine, has upset Israelis.
Vocalist Eddie Vedder sings a little part of the chorus of 'Let It Go' during an extended riff on the band's hit called 'Daughter'.
Eddie Vedder and Butler sang a cover of Young's 1989 track entitled 'Rockin' in the Free World' at the Big Day Out Festival, which wrapped up in Perth over the weekend.
The Washington-based rock band's newest studio album, which follows up 2009's chart-topping set 'Backspacer', opens at the chart's No. 1 after selling 166,000 in its first week.
The Eddie Vedder-fronted band releases 'Mind Your Manners', the lead single off their newly-announced album 'Lightning Bolt' that will drop on October 15.
The Seattle rock band's tour is set to kick off at Pittsburgh's Consol Energy Center on October 11 and wrap up at Seattle's Key Arena on December 6.
The two guitarists have enlisted Screaming Trees' drummer Barrett Martin and are looking for vocalists for their new supergroup.
The rock band fronted by Eddie Vedder joins the likes of Calvin Harris, Janelle Monae, Passion Pit and Maybach Music in the line-up of the 2-day music festival in Philadelphia.
Also lining up to perform at the September 21 and 22 festival are Ludacris, T.I., Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, Florence and the Machine, Girl Talk and many more.
The group of musicians, which include also Jack Johnson and Zac Brown Band, are saving the planet by donating the proceeds of their songs' sale to environmental cause.
Funding $40,000 for the project, the bassist opened the site which is located in his hometown of Big Sandy, Montana on Wednesday, October 13.
The 'Other Guys' star has dismissed the plan because, after having four children, his priorities have shifted.
His Australia concert which was axed due to 'distressed' fans has arrived at number one in a poll for the most bizarre cancellations.
Rage Against the Machine will battle it out with Bon Jovi, Aerosmith and Jeff Beck Band in the Top Group category.