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Post Malone and Eddie Vedder share performance of ‘Better Man’

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder and Post Malone have shared their performance of “Better Man”, which was recorded at the second annual Reportin’ For Duty event honoring the late Leslie Jordan, taking place at Humble Baron at Nearest Green Distillery in Shelbyville, TN

The concert and live auction Reportin’ For Duty event raised over $1 Million for EB Research Partnership (EBRP), the organization co-founded by Vedder which is dedicated to funding innovative and life-saving rare disease research projects to treat and cure Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). The night also featured intimate performances from The War And Treaty, Jelly Roll, Ruby Amanfu, Jake Wesley Rogers and Dan Spencer.

Vedder shared of the event: “I can’t find words to say how powerful and inspiring it was to be gathered with such incredible musicians under one small roof for a cause that’s so impactful on young people’s lives. The performances by Post Malone, The War and Treaty, Jake Wesley Rogers, Jelly Roll, Ruby Amanfu, Dan Spencer and Danny Myrick, were some of their best I’ve ever witnessed. I had chills. Had tears. And all the while with a grin of positivity and action. I speak for the entire tight-knit organization of EBRP that we are all so grateful for all the artists, their energies, and the energy of a beautiful crowd as well. THANK YOU! The generosity of all who were involved is tremendously appreciated and will help us continue to fund research aimed at curing EB by 2030.”

Post Malone adds, “I love when music connects me to great people, like Eddie and good causes, like EB Research Partnership. Eddie is someone I look up to as a dad, a musician, and a person. I’m honored that he’s brought me into the EB community. Rowan is a superhero, and I’m very thankful to be able to support people like her bravely battling EB.”

Take a look at the performance by Post Malone and Eddie Vedder – here.

Editorial credit: Ben Houdijk /

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