Eddie Vedder and Liam Gallagher will perform at the Teenage Cancer Trust Benefit Concert
Pearl Jam and Oasis front men will join The Who’s Roger Daltery and Pete Townshend on stage on Royal Albert Hall in London
If you happen to leave Chicago and end up in London before November 11th, we recommend you stop by the annual Teenage Cancer Trust Benefit Concert at Royal Albert Hall because Eddie Vedder and Liam Gallagher have just been announced as guest performers.
You’ll find a video above of past performers “The Cure” and comedian Noel Fielding talking about last year’s show which looks like it kicked a lot of ass. We can only imagine what adding two 90’s alternative kingpins like Eddie Vedder and Liam Gallagher will do.
The two front men will join Daltery and Townshend to perform classic songs from The Who and also jam with fellow guests Geddy Lee from Rush and Brody Dalle. It may not be “Jeremy” and “Wonderwall” but the thought of Eddie Vedder and Liam Gallagher singing along to “Teenage Wasteland” has us all sorts of excited.
Above all that, the event is most importantly trying to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust, a British non-profit dedicated to helping the fight against teenage cancer. What better way to honor two of your favorite lead singers when you were a teen than by donating to a great cause to help teens themselves? Here’s the link.
Whether or not you’ll actually make it across the pond to see this magnificent lineup, we’re still pretty stoked to see what comes of it.