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Eddie Vedder honors Mark Lanegan during second Seattle show

It was obviously too big to ignore. Excited Eddie Vedder fans stood in snaking merch and bar lines in Benaroya Hall’s lobby before the Pearl Jam frontman played his second of two Seattle shows Tuesday night. But entering the hall, the energy was different than it was one joyous night earlier.

News that Seattle alt-rock great Mark Lanegan had died of unknown causes earlier that day punctured a hole in the Seattle music community’s collective heart. By sheer coincidence or some sort of cosmic will, Vedder’s hometown show celebrating his exceptional new “Earthling” album became the community’s de facto gathering place — a bunch of rocker types communing in a regal symphony hall that feels like a church compared to the ballparks and arenas Pearl Jam typically…

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