Eddie Vedder Sits In For Intimate Conversation with Bruce Springsteen
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Eddie Vedder opens up in an intimate discussion with Bruce Springsteen to celebrate the release of his new album, Earthling. The two shared everything there is to know about Vedder’s past, his creative process, and many more.
The musicians took time to film the 30-minute session inside Springsteen’s farm located in New Jersey. They also discussed the guest musicians in the album which consisted of Ringo Starr, Elton John, Andrew Watt, and Stevie Wonder, and how Vedder tries to incorporate his ideas for a new song. You can check out Earthling in Vedder’s official YouTube channel now.
When asked who were the people that influenced the young Vedder, he said: “The stuff that got put in my blender, it got started maybe with Jackson 5 when I was a kid. And then Beatles as a kid and growing up and then The Who took over big time,” he added.
The album is the first of Vedder since his 2011 release of Ukulele Songs. Apart from the record, Vedder is also preparing himself for a solo tour for the promotion. The album, produced by Seattle Surf/Republic Records was officially launched last Friday, February 11.
You can watch the interview below.