Seattle '90s rock band Pearl Jam covered David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel" at their Chicago concert last Saturday.
The band's frontman, Eddie Vedder, a diehard Chicago Cubs fan gave a long speech on remembering the team's 2016 World Series drought-ending victory.
Pearl Jam then welcomed co-owner of Cubs, Tom Ricketts and the World Series trophy onstage before showing the hero star of the Cubs, rookie infielder David Bote who hit a game-winning grand slam for his team.
On their current tour, Pearl Jam has been covering a number of rock tunes from Neil Young, The Beatles, The White Stripes and more. As part of their second encore of this concert, the band decided to take on Bowie's most covered track "Rebel Rebel", taken from David Bowie's 1974 "Diamond Dogs". See the full performance below.
The band also covered Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World".