By Ariana Bacle
Updated October 26, 2014 at 09:18 PM EDT

Over 20 years ago, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell joined together to form rock band Temple of the Dog. Their one and only album was released in 1991, and since then, we haven’t heard too much from them — until a brief reunion Saturday evening.

Cornell was at Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit Saturday evening to play with Soundgarden, but he later made a second appearance during Pearl Jam’s set for an acoustic performance of “Hunger Strike,” one of three singles from Temple of the Dog’s debut album. Consequence of Sound found a fan-recorded video of the performance so grunge fans can travel back to the ’90s, if only for a short six minutes.