Pearl Jam have announced on their website that they are discontinuing the annual Ten Club holiday single after 27 years. Singles have showed up late in recent years, even up to a year after they were expected for release. On a positive note, the band said they’re ‘excited’ about what the future holds. Let’s hope we’ll finally get that new album in 2019! Eddie Vedder is set to perform at the Innings Festival in Arizona in March, and members of Temple of the Dog will play at the ‘I Am The Highway’ Chris Cornell tribute show on January 16, 2019 in Los Angeles.
IMPORTANT CHANGE TO TEN CLUB MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS
DECEMBER 27 2018
Beginning January 1, 2019 the Ten Club Single will be discontinued.
We hope that you have enjoyed these special collectibles over the past 25+ years.
All members who purchased or renewed their membership in 2017 and/or 2018 will still receive the MP3 downloads of the Ten Club Single for those years. Members who purchased or renewed their membership at the Analog level in 2017 and/or 2018 will also receive the limited edition vinyl for those years once physical production is complete.
Pearl Jam and all of us at Ten Club appreciate the loyalty and dedication from our members. It has been amazing to watch the fan club evolve over the years into the tight-knit community it is today, and we’re excited to see what the future holds.
Pearl Jam & Ten Club
Prominent Pearl Jam fansite PearlJamOnline tweeted, “Very sad news.”
Very sad news.
— PearlJamOnLine.it (@PearlJamOnLine) December 27, 2018