Pearl Jam has sold sixty million records worldwide since its start in 1990. From the ashes of the fallen band “Mother Love Bone” came guitarists Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard, who brought on guitarist Mike McCready, drummer Matt Cameron, and singer Eddie Vedder to form Pearl Jam. The grunge rock band has had a history of going against the grain from their refusal to make music videos for any of their songs except “Jeremy,” to testifying against Ticketmaster concerning their fee structure. In 2000, they were blamed for the trampling deaths of nine fans at their concert in Denmark, though they were later cleared of all charges.
Instant classics “Alive” and “Black” are off their 13-times platinum debut album “Ten.” Eight other albums have followed since then, most recently “Backspacer” in 2009. Their 20 years of music making has earned them five American Music Awards, four MTV Video Music Awards, and one win and thirteen nominations for the Grammy Awards. The band plans to tour Europe in 2010.
Pearl Jam announced it would be performing two shows at London’s BST Hyde Park festival in July of 2021, adding an additional date to their postponed show that was to have taken place at the 2020 event. The band will play on Friday, July 9 with the Pixies serving... Read more
Dates for the Pearl Jam European Tour in support of Gigaton have been moved to June and July of 2021, announced by the band over the weekend. Originally scheduled for summer of 2020, the Pearl Jam European Tour was postponed in April due to the coronavirus pandemic. Dates for... Read more
A COVID-19 relief concert, which was slated to air next week, has been postponed following the nationwide protests over the murder of George Floyd. Last week, Floyd – an unarmed black man – was held to the ground from his neck by a white police officer, resulting in his... Read more
Seattle-based stars like Pearl Jam, Macklemore, Ciara and more are teaming up for a benefit concert supporting those most impacted by the coronavirus throughout Washington state. The event – dubbed “All In WA” – will also feature the likes of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, comic Joel McHale, Death Cab... Read more
Pearl Jam has pushed back even more dates on their anticipated Gigaton Tour. The rockers had previously postponed their North American tour leg set for this spring due to the coronavirus, but maintained they were still scheduled to tour Europe in the summer months. Now, the band is changing... Read more
Rock icons Pearl Jam lead the lineup for the 2020 Sea.Hear.Now Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Joining the eclectic lineup are the Beach Boys, Billy Idol, the Avett Brothers, Patti Smith, Cage the Elephant, the Dirty Knobs and more. The annual festival, set for September 19-20, will also... Read more
Pearl Jam is the latest artist to alter tour plans due to the coronavirus. The rockers announced Monday that they are postponing the North American leg of their Gigaton Tour as the virus continues its global spread throughout the U.S. The band shared the news on Twitter just days... Read more
Eddie Vedder’s fifth annual Ohana Festival has a stacked lineup, including the recently-announced headliner Pearl Jam. The festival is slated to take place from September 25 to 27 in Dana Point, California. Vedder will perform as a solo headliner, followed by the previously-announced rockers of Kings of Leon, Pretenders,... Read more
U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) responded to a letter from the rock band Pearl Jam, who had asked the representative to consider changing the BOSS Act. The letter, penned by Pearl Jam, was sent to Pascrell, as well as House and Energy Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone, Jr.... Read more
Pearl Jam, which once famously fought against Ticketmaster’s dominant control of the concert business, is now advocating for changes that the Live Nation-owned ticketing giant would love to see to the proposed BOSS Act. The rock band penned a letter to New Jersey Democratic representatives Bill Pascrell and Frank... Read more