Pearl Jam pays tribute to Tom Petty and Chris Cornell during Seattle homecoming shows

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News—As reported by Consequence Of Sound, Pearl Jam took a moment during its homecoming shows at Seattle’s Safeco Field to honor some loved ones and influential artists who have recently died. First was a cover of Chris Cornell’s “Missing,” a track from Cornell’s 1992 EP Poncier that Consequence considers an “ultra-deep cut.” You can see a fan-recorded version of it below:

Watch Pearl Jam play Chris Cornell's 'Missing'. Seattle hosted an all-star grunge festival this weekend featuring some of the era's best acts. Of all the sets, Pearl Jam's stood out the most. With the help of Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron, the band covered Chris Cornell's "Missing." It's been just a little over a year since Cornell's suicide. SEE ALSO: Pearl Jam’s benefit concerts will do more than just raise millions for Seattle homelessness crisis  "Missing" came from Cornell's 1992 EP Poncier. You can watch the full Pearl Jam...