Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder directed a video for ex-wife Beth Liebling’s band Hovercraft in 1995, and it was never before available online until now. Eddie Vedder’s ex-wife recently broke her silence after years.
PearlJamOnline.it reports, “An unreleased Hovercraft video (band formed in 1993 in Seattle by Eddie Vedder’s first wife), directed by Pearl Jam singer is now available online. It was originally released through a VHS included into Zero Zero Zero One, the band’s debut single released only in vinyl in 1995.
The disturbing promotional video, that reminds of both David Lynch’s Eraserhead and
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre cult atmospheres, has been directed in the summer of 1994 by Eddie Vedder and is for now the only effort as a director of the Pearl Jam singer.”
A rumored Pearl Jam 2020 tour date delay was recently revealed. PearlJamOnline also reports that Mike McCready will release a soundtrack for ‘The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash’ on November 8th. Eddie Vedder’s current wife Jill posted on social media a week ago, “Did you know 17 million people had their voter registrations cancelled since the 2016 election??? Imagine that 🤔 Please check your voter status! And please register to vote if you are not!! Check it out on: rtvote.com/reg_status @www.rockthevote.org #nationalvoterregistrationday.”
Jill said about Eddie’s opener Glen Hansard, “I love you @glenhansard ☘️.. he hasn’t much left of his tour but if you are on the west coast and can catch him solo you will be super happy .. love him and my man together always but what a treat to just see glen 🙌🏼🙌🏼#legend .. and he is one of the greatest humans on this earth 💙#genuinegoodsoul #saltoftheearth #irishbrother☘️.” Eddie Vedder told a tragic Kurt Cobain story a few days ago.
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