Eddie Vedder Fans Show Their Love For The ‘Pearl Jam’ Star On Twitter Following Chris Cornell’s Death
Eddie Vedder may be alive and well, but that hasn’t stopped Twitter going crazy over the singer’s health.
News broke this morning that Soundgarden frontman, Chris Cornell, has suddenly passed away.
And with Cornell being another rock icon to sadly leave us, fans are obsessing over the Pearl Jam star’s well-being.
Tweets have consequently been flooding in for Eddie all morning.
Fans are remembering all the music legends that have tragically lost their lives.
From Kurt Cobain to Scott Weiland, the rock and grunge world has said goodbye to many great names from the ’90s.
One fan tweeted, “I hope Eddie Vedder is taking care of himself…”
Kurt Cobain. Layne Staley. Scott Weiland. Chris Cornell.
I hope Eddie Vedder is taking care of himself and is in good health.
— ///Sir Bradley\ (@tropicalmongrel) May 18, 2017
Another concerned fan said, “protect Eddie Vedder at all costs”.
All the great grunge frontmen are dead: Kurt Cobain, Layne Staley, Chris Cornell, Scott Weiland. Protect Eddie Vedder at all costs.
— Otto Von Biz Markie (@Passionweiss) May 18, 2017
While more tweets expressed the urge to make sure Eddie is okay.
“Grunge music just took another blow today, RIP Chris Cornell. Somebody hide Eddie Vedder please.”
Grunge music just took another blow today, RIP Chris Cornell. Somebody hide Eddie Vedder please.
— Jeff Elswick (@NotTheFakeJeffE) May 18, 2017
And it’s clear the grunge star is more valued than ever right now.
Twitter user, @santhanam322, said, “RIP Chris Cornell!”
“That leaves Eddie Vedder and Jerry Cantrell as the torchbearers of Seattle rock vocalists.”
RIP Chris Cornell! That leaves Eddie Vedder and Jerry Cantrell as the torchbearers of Seattle rock vocalists.
— Santhanam Balaji (@santhanam322) May 18, 2017
Another grunge fan conveyed his sadness, saying,
“Eddie Vedder is now the only lead singer from the big four Seattle grunge bands still living.”
Eddie Vedder is now the only lead singer from the big four Seattle grunge bands still living 🙁
— Richard Kershaw – Zombie Frosty ⛄️ (@Gojirahawk) May 18, 2017
But thankfully, the Illinois-born singer is perfectly well.
The 52-year old recently joined U2 on stage in a surprise special guest appearance.
He took to the CenturyLink Stadium in Seattle to duet on the song ‘Mothers of the Disappeared’.
The crowd went crazy after U2’s lead singer Bono shouted, “where is Eddie Vedder?”.
And before they knew it, the powerful vocalist was walking out on stage.
U2 are currently on their 30th anniversary tour for one of their most popular albums, ‘The Joshua Tree’.
While Vedder will embark on a European tour on May 27 with his fellow Pearl Jam bandmates.