Stevie Nicks Enlists Eddie Vedder at Ohana Festival
Photo via Ohana Festival’s Instagram
Last night, Stevie Nicks performed her headlining set at Eddie Vedder’s Ohana Festival, and during her beloved, chart-topping single “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” the Pearl Jam frontman joined for the duet.
Before breaking into the song, Nicks shared a story about how Tom Petty wrote the song and offered it to her and how it quickly became the most successful single of her solo career, landing at No. three and rapidly climbing to No. 1 on the charts.
Nicks and her backing band rocked through the guitar-laden tune’s first verse before Vedder took to the stage with no introduction to assist Nicks with Petty’s vocals on the beloved duet. After they sang together, they danced as the song’s guitar solo came into the fray.
After the tune finished, among tremendous applause, Nicks coyishly said, “That was sneaky, Mr. Eddie Vedder.”
It’s notable that during her set, along with the duet with Vedder and many hits from her time with Fleetwood Mac and solo career, Nicks also performed her new interpretation of Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth.”
Watch Stevie Nicks, and Eddie Vedder perform “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” below.