Pearl Jam Covers 'Let It Go' From 'Frozen' In Concert

They went into the song as a segue from "Daughter." They must be getting softer in their old age. Iconic rockers Pearl Jam have long made a habit of taking a familiar riff in one song, then letting it lead to another familiar one, most notably in their live performance of "Better Man" that dovetails into a cover of The English Beat's "Save it for Later." However, that might be lost on the younger market, so perhaps Pearl Jam was making a more overt gesture towards the tween market with their performance of Frozen's "Let It Go."

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