WATCH: Eddie Vedder, Bill Murray singing "The Weight" at house party


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Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports
Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Cubs have some of the best diehard celebrities cheering for their baseball team including actor Bill Murray and singer Eddie Vedder.

Vedder and Derek Trucks held a private Cubs house party on Saturday in Wrigleyville and sang an acoustic version of the hit "The Weight" during the night.

"These guys are good! Come on!" Bill Murray screamed during the video.



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