Pearl Jam are seemingly heading to the East Coast. They reportedly have booked a concert in Pittsburgh. DM282158 posted on the PearlJam.com forums, “Pittsburgh was on the ‘fall swing state run’ I think right? Along with Milwaukee, Minnesota as well I think Jeff Ament mentioned.”
Now, it seems that they are planning to hit the West Coast as well. A fan, kerbjack said on the PearlJam.com forums that “Official prediction for the California run LA May 6&7 SD May 9 OAK May 11 & 12.” It has been noted that a show in Sacramento is also rumored. We will have to see if the shows take place at the aforementioned venues.
Pearl Jam are also rumored for shows in New York
Pearl Jam is also rumored to play on September 10-12th at the Apollo and Madison Square Garden in New York. Previously, it was noted that Pearl Jam will perform in Los Angeles at the Forum on May 6th and 7th, with the dates set to be officially announced soon.
Speaking about the Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, his second solo album, ‘Ukulele Songs’ is quite popular among the fans. It turns out that UMe/Republic Records is set to reissue both deluxe edition and standard edition LP versions of the album. It has been noted that the album is set to be released on May 6.
The album features several songs that Vedder penned and first played live, Ukulele Songs also includes a ukulele version of Pearl Jam’s 2002 track Can’t Keep and guest vocalists on two tracks: Glen Hansard on Sleepless Nights and Cat Power on Tonight You Belong To Me.
In other news about Pearl Jam frontman, Eddie Vedder – fans are giving rave reviews to Vedder’s latest solo album that was released earlier this month – ‘Earthling’. On Amazon, one user proclaimed: “Earthling is a solid album from start to finish. Rarely does a lead singer have the skills and talent to pull off a solo album like Earthling. The variety of talented musicians brought together on various songs gives the album several different tones. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the song that sounded influenced but the Beatles had Ringo on the drums. Great album with so many different sounds that keeps you entertained throughout.”