Pearl Jam Covers ‘Let It Go’ From ‘Frozen’ in Italy

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder wrote a handful of songs from “Into The Wild’’ (2007) and won himself a Golden Globe for the song, “Guaranteed.’’ Vedder has also contributed to TV shows and documentaries, including Howard Zinn’s “The People Speak’’ (2009). Vedder, known for popularising flannel, wrote some surprisingly tender songs for the “Into the Wild’’ soundtrack. Listen to: “The Wolf’’
Eddie Vedder, lead singer of Pearl Jam, performed during his concert at the Royal Theatre Carre in Amsterdam on July 25, 2012. –Ferdy Damman/AFP/GettyImages

Apparently the reaches of “Let It Go’’ know no bounds —geographically or musically.

Eddie Vedder and the guys of Pearl Jam broke into the Oscar-winning “Frozen’’ smash while performing in Italy at the Stadio San Siro in Milan on Friday night.

The group paused while playing “Daughter’’ to riff on the Disney track, according to Rolling Stone.

Pearl Jam is set to wrap up their European tour at the end of July before kicking off their U.S. tour in October.

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