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A New Song from Eddie Vedder Called ‘Skipping’ Surfaces [AUDIO]

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Pearl Jam front man, Eddie Vedder has released a new song called “Skipping’.  The song is on a compilation album called ‘Every Mother Counts’.  The compilation album is available at Starbucks now thru May 29th to celebrate Mothers Day.  The project features songs from U2, David Bowie, Dave Matthews and others.   13 of the 19 songs on the album have been unreleased.  Hear the song now. 

Learn more at everymothercounts.org. Every mother counts is a organization to bring awareness to Mortality during pregnancy.  According to the information provided by the campaign, a woman dies every 90 seconds during pregnancy most which can be prevented.

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