Bradley Cooper Joins Pearl Jam to Sing “Maybe It’s Time” at BottleRock


Bradley Cooper famously channeled Eddie Vedder for his performance as Jackson Maine in the 2018 film, A Star Is Born. In something of a full circle moment, Vedder’s Pearl Jam welcomed Cooper to the stage during the band’s headlining performance at BottleRock Napa Valley on Saturday.

In introducing Cooper, Vedder told the crowd: “There was an absolutely beautiful film a few years ago about a singer/songwriter named Jackson Maine. In the end of the film, he passes away, and it’s brutal and very powerful and very moving. But tonight is a very special occasion, because he is coming back to life. Please, would you join me in welcoming to the stage, my great, great pal Bradley Cooper.”

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Cooper initially joined Vedder to perform “Maybe It’s Time,” the Jason Isbell-penned song from the A Star Is Born soundtrack. Later, the Academy Award-nominated actor returned to the stage for the set closing performance of “Rockin’ in the Free World.”

Pearl Jam will close out their spring North American tour with a pair of hometown shows in Seattle next week. They’ll then head to the UK and Europe for a run of concerts, before returning to the states for a late summer leg of dates along the east coast, as well as a headlining appearance at Vedder’s annual Ohana Fest. Get tickets to the band’s upcoming tour dates here.

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