EDDIE VEDDER Marries Longtime Girlfriend

The Pulse of Radio reprots that PEARL JAM singer Eddie Vedder married his longtime girlfriend, model Jill McCormick, on Saturday (September 18) at a ceremony in Hawaii, according to UsMagazine.com. Among the guests attending the wedding were musician Jack Johnson and actor Sean Penn. Spin reported that the 45-year-old Vedder proposed to the 32-year-old McCormick last December at the Kennedy Honors gala in Washington, D.C., where Vedder paid tribute to Bruce Springsteen.

Vedder and McCormick have two children together, six-year-old Olivia and one-year-old Harper Moon.

Vedder was married once before, divorcing first wife Beth Liebling in 2000 after six years together.

PEARL JAM is currently on hiatus but will perform at Neil Young's Bridge School Benefit on October 23 and October 24 in Mountain View, California. The two gigs will also act as an informal 20th anniversary celebration for the Seattle group.

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