Written by Live Nation Staff • Photography by Getty Images • October 7, 2016
Yusf—the singer formerly known as Cat Stevens—is close to wrapping up an intimate tour of North America. For his penultimate show last night at Los Angeles' Pantages Theatre, he brought out Chris Cornell for a performance of his Tea for the Tillerman classic "Wild World." The two worked together with ease as Cornell provided backup vocals and grabbed the song's iconic hook: "But if you want to leave, take good care/ Hope you have a lot of nice things to wear/ But then a lot of nice things turn bad out there."
Yusuf has spent the tour linking up with singers for duets; at Global Citizen Festival in New York City, the UK singer welcomed Eddie Vedder as his partner in "Father and Son," and in Nashville, he surprised the audience by brining out Jack White for "Where Do The Children Play?" Watch fan-shot footage from his Los Angeles show below.