Yes, they sang “Hunger Strike.” And it was awesome.
The song was written about the area in which they performed that night.
While Pearl Jam played a show in Detroit on Thursday night (Oct. 16), singer Eddie Vedder took a moment to dedicate a thought and a song to Isaiah “Ikey” Owens.
Eddie Vedder doesn’t break promises.
Watch this weekend’s festival via two YouTube channels – one backstage and one catching all the live performances.
The song is available to download via iTunes.
By Brian Ives As previously reported, the Bridge School Benefit Concert will be taking place this year, despite the fact that Neil Young (who headlines the event every year) has filed for divorce from Pegi […]
The producer reportedly passed away Aug. 14.
It only took 10 years for someone to outsell Pearl Jam’s ‘Vitalogy.’
While most adults deal with their sordid past through therapy, musicians write songs to cope with the horrible things their parents did to them. Check out nine songs that prove that moving on—like breaking up—is rather hard to do.
Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder just wants peace. A week after his anti-war plea onstage at a Pearl Jam concert in England, he continues his fight for peace during a show in Portugal.
Eddie Vedder’s anti-war rant at a recent show with Pearl Jam in England has made headlines across the world, some because it was touted as perhaps being anti-Israel.
Many fans are interpreting it as a thinly-veiled attack on Israel.
For all those out there who finally got the song “Let It Go” from Frozen out of their head, we’re here to tell you it’s back. And this time it’s in the form of a grunge cover.
The rockers have announced a quick, down-and-dirty U.S. tour this October. The 10-date jaunt will wrap around two different sets at the ACL festival, which runs two weekends in 2014.
The track is being dubbed “I Won’t Hold On.”