Pearl Jam Announce 30th Anniversary Celebration


Pearl Jam have announced that they will stream a performance form their last full scale North American tour in 2016 on the 30th anniversary of their first show ever in Seattle.

Pearl Jam tweeted, “On October 22, Pearl Jam will stream the April 29, 2016 Philadelphia show on @NugsNet.

The 32-song set includes Ten played front to back, newly mixed in stereo & 5.1 digital surround sound. Stream the never-before-seen full-color HD footage 10/22-10/25:”

Pearl Jam’s first ever show took place on October 22, 1990 at the Off Ramp in Seattle under the name Mookie Blaylock.

Stone Gossard just revealed if Temple of the Dog recorded a new album in 2016. Pearl Jam’s members, minus Matt Cameron, recently held a live conversation with Dr. Jill Biden and Doug Emhoff. SD282516 posted on the Ten Club board, “So….I am on this Zoom and voting for Joe, no exception, but I have to say, the way this was positioned was as an exclusive experience in which one could win a special experience. The words “meet and greet” and “conversation with” don’t align with a passive experience, which is what this will be.

‘And, that’s why I’m excited today to let you know about a special meet-and-greet on October 8th with the band Pearl Jam, Dr. Jill Biden, and me, in support of Joe, Kamala, and Democrats down the ballot! You can join us for a personal conversation face-to-face on a private Zoomcall, all you have to do is donate and you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win.’

I am still excited about the call, am a bit disappointed in how the Biden campaign (and maybe the band) positioned this….”

GlowGirl said, “It was cute when Mike’s kid popped into the screen for a second at the end, and he kind of shooed him away.”