Friday, August 17, 2012

Vedder and Maines release track to benefit WM3

Posted By on Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 3:29 PM

Eddie Vedder at the Voices for Justice rally last year
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  • Eddie Vedder at the 'Voices for Justice' rally last year

In honor of the one-year anniversary of the release of the West Memphis Three, Eddie Vedder and Natalie Maines are selling a copy of their live cover of John Doe's "Golden State" from last year's "Voices for Justice" rally for the WM3 last year at Robinson. The song will be for-sale on Aug. 19 on iTunes and via Pearl Jam's website, but you can stream it now at Rolling Stone. Proceeds benefit the WM3 Freedom Fund.

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