Eddie Vedder a fan of Sen. Tester, but not Goldman Sachs

Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam on Thursday night expressed his distaste for Goldman Sachs and his fondness of Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.).

During Pearl Jam's performance in Bristow, Va., Vedder suggested that lobbyists for Goldman Sachs should commit suicide, bemoaning government bailouts.

But he quickly backtracked, recommending that Goldman Sachs lobbyists just try another line of work.

Toward the end of the two-hour set, Vedder gave a shout out to Tester, the junior senator from Montana, and thanked him for not only showing up, but staying until the end of the show.

During the 2006 cycle, Pearl Jam held a concert for Tester when the Democrat successfully challenged then-Sen. Conrad Burns (R-Mont.).