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File Photo: Pearl Jam with frontman Eddie Vedder rocks Fenway Park in Boston on Friday, August 5, 2016. Staff photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki (Photo by MediaNews Group/Boston Herald via Getty Images) A young musician got the opportunity of a lifetime to hit the stage with legendary rock group Pearl Jam for a performance last Friday.

Kai Neukermans of Mill Valley, California, played with the band after drummer Matt Cameron tested positive for COVID, according to media reports.In a May 14 video posted on YouTube, band leader Eddie Vedder introduced the 18-year-old to the crowd. "Everybody this is Kai, Kai this is everybody." The video so far has gained 114,390 views. Before the set, Vedder took a moment to inform the crowd about Neukermans getting his shot to play with them.

"We reached out to him this afternoon and he hasn’t graduated high school yet," Vedder said. "Please welcome to the stage Mill Valley’s own Kai Neukermans."Neukermans is a drummer for the teen rock group Alive, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The 18-year-old walked on the stage to applause and looked unfazed as he grabbed the drum sticks to perform.People Magazine reported Sunday that Neukermans friends and family encouraged him to reach out to Pearl Jam to serve as their replacement drummer for the performance. The young drummer sent a text message to Vedder’s daughter, Olivia, whom he met in 2018. According to People, Vedder’s daughter told Neukermans she would run the idea by her father to have him perform with them at the concert. AdvertisementNeukermans later got a text message from Pearl Jam, who asked the teen to send them a video of him playing the drums.

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File Photo: Pearl Jam with frontman Eddie Vedder rocks Fenway Park in Boston on Friday, August 5, 2016. Staff photo by Nicolaus Czarnecki (Photo by MediaNews Group/Boston Herald via Getty Images) A young musician got the opportunity of a lifetime to hit the stage with legendary rock group Pearl Jam for a performance last Friday.
CHARLOTTE, USA - MAY 15: Blood Moon, a total lunar eclipse in Charlotte, N.C., on May 15, 2022 (Photo by Peter Zay/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) Stargazers who stayed up overnight had the chance to see a total lunar eclipse this past weekend.For those on eastern time, the best part of the eclipse started around 10 p.m., FOX Weather reported, when the darkest part of the shadow began to create a noticeable change in the moon’s light.Around 11:30 p.m. ET is when the main part of Earth’s shadow fell over the moon, known as totality.

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