Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder just wants peace.
Eddie Vedder’s anti-war rant at a recent show with Pearl Jam in England has made headlines across the world, some because it was touted as perhaps being anti-Israel.
Many fans are interpreting it as a thinly-veiled attack on Israel.
For all those out there who finally got the song “Let It Go” from Frozen out of their head, we’re here to tell you it’s back. And this time it’s in the form of a grunge cover.
Eddie Vedder has been a busy man, releasing Pearl Jam’s newest album, Lightning Bolt, last October. He’s also been embarking on some lucrative solo gigs, including a 32-song set in Sao Paolo, Brazil, earlier this week.
The show featured George Harrison, Neil Young, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Stevie Wonder, Chrissie Hynde, Willie Nelson and Sinead O’Connor.
Maybe they’re happy with their new ‘Lightning Bolt’ album and how it’s been received. Or perhaps it’s just gratitude that they’ve attained the rare status of a band who can sell out multiple nights at a New York-area arena.
It’s been twenty years in my Rearview Mirror that Pearl Jam put out my favorite record, and they’re sayin’ that Lightning Bolt recaputers that dirty, nitty gritty vibe of Vs. …
Music from Pearl Jam’s entire catalog will be featured during the potentially seven-game series, save the heavily political 2002 full-length, ‘Riot Act.’
Pearl Jam and its enigmatic frontman, Eddie Vedder, have addressed the subject of gun control as far back as 1991, namely with “Jeremy” and the song’s powerful music video.