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.
After teasing their diehard fan community with celebrity interviews and the nu-power-ballad “Sirens,” legendary Seattle rock outfit Pearl Jam is finally previewing the band’s tenth studio album Lightning Bolt in its entirety one week ahead of the official October 15 release date.
To get you up to speed, Pearl Jam is on the verge of releasing their tenth album, Lightning Bolt, on October 15th, followed by an extensive U.S. tour.
The last few months of the year – known in the music industry as “fourth quarter,” or “Q4″ if you’ve into brevity- is when a number of superstar acts release their new albums, in anticipation of the all-important Christmas buying season. Here’s a few releases by legendary artists, as well as a couple who are on their way towards that status.
With Pearl Jam fans gearing up for the release of the band’s tenth studio album, Lightning Bolt, on October 15, the Seattle band has unveiled “Sirens,”
It is only the band’s 11th official music video in their entire 22 year career.
Eddie Vedder seems to have carved out quite a nice lil’ career for himself–not bad for a one-time slacker surfer in San Diego!
It took some years, but Pearl Jam is finally doing the digital evolution.