Who knew a Post Malone and Eddie Vedder duet would be so freaking great?

Post Malone and Eddie Vedder prove why they are the best in the biz, with this surprise collaboration

Just experienced some major FOMO watching Post Malone and Eddie Vedder share the stage at a benefit concert in Tennessee.

The Nearest Green Distillery in Shelbyville played host to this unlikely collaboration, where the duo performed acoustic renditions of iconic tracks such as Pearl Jam’s “Better Man” and Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down.”

Teaming up at a benefit concert in Tennessee called Reportin’ For Duty, the event had a dual purpose – honouring Leslie Jordan’s contributions and raising funds for the EB Research Partnership, a cause close to Vedder and his wife Jill, who founded the organisation to research Epidermolysis Bullosa.

The performance, caught on camera, showcased Vedder’s strong vocals harmonising seamlessly with Malone’s raspy style.

Armed with acoustic guitars, the duo effortlessly bridged the gap between their different musical worlds, creating a surprisingly cohesive sound. The audience was drawn not only to their musical skills but also to the genuine camaraderie between the two artists.

Vedder’s commitment to the EB Research Partnership transformed the night into a celebration of compassion, highlighting the positive impact artists can have beyond the spotlight.

As the concert wrapped up, the lasting impression was a reminder of music’s unifying power. With Pearl Jam’s upcoming album (“Dark Matter”) generating excitement, fans are left wondering if this unexpected duo might surprise us again in the future, blending genres and supporting important causes.

Ultimately, the concert wasn’t just about entertainment; it was a reminder of how music connects people, breaks down barriers, and contributes to positive change in the world.

Check out Eddie Vedder and Post Malone stunning cover Tom Petty’s ‘American Girl’ below: