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Two bodies were pulled from a frigid Wisconsin lake and two other men were missing after the four friends left a house early Sunday morning and apparently took a canoe out on the lake but never returned, a state investigative spokesman said.'From across the bay they could see an overturned canoe,' Roberts said.
'Everyone had been drinking at the house and there was no evidence the young men took life jackets with them on the canoe,' he said.
While inside the venue a well-curated museum hosted artifacts documenting the band’s lifeline, outside, longtime friends joined the weekend’s entertainment lineup: among them, The Frames/Swell Season frontman Glen Hansard, X mainstay John Doe, rock progeny Liam Finn (son of Crowded House’s Neil Finn) and thenewno2’s Dhani Harrison (son of Beatle George), plus main stage performers Mudhoney, Queens of the Stone Age and the Strokes -- all of whom were celebrating their gilded years as well.“Welcome to Queens 14, Strokes 12, Liam Finn 14, Mudhoney 23, John Doe 34,” Vedder said as he thanked the openers when Pearl Jam finally took the stage on Night One, no less exhausted from having been the unsurprising “guest star” during just about everyone’s set.
In much the same way the early Seattle scene was a musical swinger’s paradise, the festival acts swapped spit throughout the weekend, Vedder in one corner dueting with Glen Hansard on the reverent “Falling Slowly” (from the Hansard-propelling movie Once), acting as a high-jumping backup dancer/vocalist on the Strokes’ “Juicebox”, and being relegated to cowbell duty on the Queens of the Stone Age’s “Little Sister”.
The cabinet was composed of Socialists, Radicals, and Socialist Republicans and included three women, before women even had the right to vote.
Cornell would return for Day Two with a repeat of “Hunger Strike” and Temple of the Dog numbers “Call Me a Dog”, “Reach Down”, and “All Night Thing”. The vacant spotlight loved Mc Cready whose symphonious guitar solos provided the lingering tastes of an emblematic musical last supper, no more evidenced than on the final riff of “Jeremy”.
If Day One seemed like a rehearsal at times, Day Two was Pearl Jam’s epic finale. As Mc Cready wound up his instrument for the final stretch of “Even Flow”, Vedder watched dutifully from the wings, swigging a brown bottle of beer while trying to tousle his head of shorn hair.
For two days in the small farm town of East Troy, Wisconsin, there was a sense of peace and calm within the world.
No debt talks, no wildfires, no unemployment woes …