A group of Seattle legends—including former Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready—took to the roof of Pike Place Market on Sunday to perform a tribute to the Stooges.
McCready and McKagan were joined by Screaming Trees/Tuatara drummer Barrett Martin and Mudhoney vocalist Mark Arm. Together, they were billed as Raw Power, a nod to the Stooges’ classic 1973 album of the same name.
Standing among the huge neon letters that read Public Market Center, the group performed a set of Stooges covers that included “Little Doll,” “TV Eye” and “Search and Destroy.”
The free half-hour performance was presented by local non-commercial radio station KEXP and followed by a fundraiser for the station.
You can check out videos for the performance of “Little Doll,” “TV Eye” and “I Need Somebody” below. Enjoy.