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Just last weekend, Pearl Jam kicked off a two-night run at the famed Madison Square Garden in New York, NY along their 25th anniversary tour. The band took the Big Apple opportunity to welcome a very special guest to the stage, as they welcomed famed singer Sting to the stage for a cover of Police classic “Driven To Tears.”In honor of the great collaboration, Pearl Jam has treated fans to pro-shot footage of the cover performance. Watch Sting accompany Pearl Jam for “Driven To Tears,” below:Pearl Jam has been on fire during their current tour, continuing to bring out tour debuts on a nightly basis. They resume performing this Sunday, May 8th, at the CTC Arena in Ottawa.
QPR striker Charlie Austin remains on Newcastle’s radar as the club continues to plan its three-transfer-window recruitment strategy. The Magpies monitored Austin’s situation throughout the summer as it appeared his days at Loftus Road were numbered in the wake of QPR’s relegation from the top flight. However, they – and indeed their competitors for the 26-year-old’s signature – were unwilling to meet Rangers’ £15million valuation of a player who scored 18 league goals last season. Instead, they will continue to maintain a watching brief and could yet make a move in January or next summer. Asked about Austin, head coach Steve McClaren said: “He has been on Newcastle’s radar from the second half of last season and during the summer, and he will stay on the radar, definitely.” In the meantime, McClaren and his players are focused simply on the task of launching their season in earnest after collecting just two points from their opening four Barclays Premier League games, two of which have seen them reduced to 10 men before slipping to defeat, ahead of Monday night’s trip to West Ham. The former England boss has been tasked with securing a top-eight finish having seen owner Mike Ashley sanction the investment of more than £52million in new signings over the summer, although while his squad remains a work in progress, he is making no predictions. McClaren said: “At this present moment, I am not targeting anything at all other than trying to get this team to play how I want the team to play, and how I can, in my mind, envision what we can do. “We are not there yet. Until I get that, I can’t say, ‘We will do this’ or ‘We will do that’. It is too early for that.” Newcastle will be without the suspended Aleksandar Mitrovic at Upton Park with either Papiss Cisse or Ayoze Perez in line to replace him. Press Association