Eddie Vedder. No word on Obama's favorite Pearl Jam album. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)

President Obama spent part of Saturday hanging out with Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder.

Obama and his daughters visited Vedder and his family, according to the White House. Vedder lives in Hawaii part-time and is an Obama supporter. He played a four-song set at a Florida fundraiser in 2012, trading in a mandolin for a Hawaiian ukulele.

"It has a little birth certificate in there," Vedder joked. He recorded an album titled 'Ukulele Songs' in 2011.

Vedder and Obama had another thing to talk about - they're both Chicago sports fans. But their politics have diverged at times. Vedder supported Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader in the 2000 presidential election.

No word on what the two discussed or Obama's favorite Pearl Jam album. Our vote is for 'Ten.'

Obama made a number of other stops during the final hours of his Hawaii vacation Saturday.

Obama, Malia and Sasha spent about 20 minutes at the Honolulu home of his half sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng. .

The president and his daughters also spent time at the Punchbowl Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, where his maternal grandfather is buried.

Obama and his family will return to Washington Sunday.