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"I'm grateful for that." Hansard and Vedder became friends in unlikely, and tragic, circumstances.A while after the Oscars, Hansard was playing an outdoor auditorium near San Francisco.There's a logic and satisfaction to fixing things you could never get from songwriting." Hardly a sentiment one might anticipate from a singer-songwriter whose new solo album, Didn't He Ramble, might just be his most personal, and loveliest, yet; but Hansard is nothing if not a plain speaker. "Songs are these weird, ethereal things – like birds that land in the garden you try to coax into the room.It's all very abstract compared with nuts and bolts.
Until, that is, Carney implored his friend to step in.People told me later that he might have been aiming for me." Vedder read about the incident, which reminded him of a similar accident that had affected him.In 2000, during a Pearl Jam performance at the Roskilde music festival near Copenhagen in Denmark, eight fans were crushed to death in the crowd (a ninth died later in hospital).In 2012, it won eight Tony awards on Broadway, casting a shadow that fell squarely on his shoulders. And if I am remembered for that one song, well, there are worse fates…" Still, he stopped playing "Falling Slowly" altogether at concerts – not entirely sick of it, but in no hurry to revisit it. But then Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder invited him on tour, and insisted they sing it together nightly."Eddie made me feel slightly less self-conscious about it," he says.