If you were alive in the ’90s, you’re probably familiar with Temple of the Dog. A supergroup of sorts featuring Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell and the members of Pearl Jam before their debut album came out as a tribute to Mother Love Bone vocalist Andrew Wood, the band’s only album came out in 1991, and featured the duet between Cornell and Eddie Vedder on “Hunger Strike.” While it’s not as iconic a pairup, Wovenwar’s Shane Blay and Kyng’s Eddie Veliz did an acoustic cover of the song while touring together. Here’s what the YouTube description of the pairing says:
Shane Blay and Eddie Veliz (Kyng) jamming Temple of the Dog’s “Hunger Strike”. Downtime on a recent tour together gave way to many musical conversations, listenings, and ultimately jams with our brothers in Kyng. This video highlights the budding camaraderie developed while sharing and performing music with newfound friends.