Eddie Vedder formed a new band last night for a cover-filled set at his own Ohana Festival in California,

Spin

reports

Saturday.

The Pearl Jam singer did this after Kings of Leon, which was supposed to close the festival, canceled a day in advance because the mother of three of the band members had died.

The group included Red Hot Chilli Peppers drummer Chad Smith, former Red Hot Chilli Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer (now touring with Pearl Jam), Tears for Fears bassist Pino Palladino and Irish singer-songwriter Glen Hansard.

The musicians dedicated Vedder's

Long Road

to Betty Ann Followill, the mother of Nathan, Caleb and Jared Followill, who passed away on Friday.

The song was followed by a cover of Kings of Leon's early hit

Molly's Chambers

, with Vedder instructing his fellow band members on how to play it.

In total, the band performed for about an hour.

They played covers of the likes of REM, Pretenders and Prince.

Vedder's daughter, Olivia, was also seen during the set.

She sang the song

My Father's Daughter

, which she released last month with her father and Glen Hansard.

Ohana, which started Friday, will last all weekend.

Other artists performing are: Spoon, Mac DeMarco, Cold War Kids, Pearl Jam and Sharon van Etten.

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