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Bruce Springsteen brought out Eddie Vedder during Seattle concert

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Taylor Swift isn’t the only musician who can bring out city-specific artists at tour stops. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are currently in the middle of their anniversary tour for The River, but they’ve thrown in a couple other goodies here and there, such as a salute to The Eagles’ Glenn Frey.

On Thursday, Springsteen brought a special guest for their stop in Seattle: Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder. Vedder came out to help with Born in the U.S.A cut “Bobby Jean,” trading verses and dad-style dance moves with Springsteen.

Watch the performance below, and read EW’s review of The River tour opener here.