When the Foo Fighters premiered their documentary “Back & Forth” on April 5, 2011 they also streamed a live performance of their new album “Wasting Light” in it’s entirety on foofighters.com.
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Pearl Jam headlined the final night of the Made In America Festival in Philadelphia when they were joined on stage by the person who actually organized the event Jay-Z.
We have done a few posts on really cool album cover remakes using legos. Today I just came across some awesome album cover re-makes using socks
Rockers Billy Corgan and Tom Morello are huge fans of the Chicago Cubs baseball team but Eddie Vedder might be the biggest Cubbies fan in the rock world. Vedder has attended the Cubs fantasy camp for several years and has even written a song about the Cubs. Here’s some photo’s of Vedder at the 2011 Cubs Fantasy in Mesa, Arizona.
Mad Season was a a short-lived Seattle super group featuring Alice in Chains’ Layne Staley and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready with bassist John Baker Saunders and Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin filling out the groups line-up.
Chris Cornell once wore his own band’s Soundgarden shirt in concert. Well Cornell also proudly wore the band shirts of a few other Seattle bands. Here he is wearing a couple Pearl Jam shirts.
Is this the best concert line-up ever??? Red Hot Chili Peppers “Blood Sugar Sex Magik Tour” with Nirvana and Pearl Jam as support bands. The Smashing Pumpkins were on the first leg of the tour from October 16, 1991 thru December 14, 1991 with Pearl Jam instead of Nirvana.
Dhani Harrison looks so much like his father that I guess this as close as we can ever get to seeing George Harrison perform with Pearl Jam. On September 3, 2011 during PJ’s Destination Weekend 20 Year Anniversary concert at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre.
In what has to be the first in the world of Major League Baseball and Rock Musicians, the Seattle Mariners gave away a Mike McCready Bobblehead on June 3, 2011. Pearl Jam and McCready both reside in Seattle, Washington but the special occasion was in support of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America.
Howard Zinn was an American historian, academic, author, playwright and social activist. He met Eddie Vedder for the first time when, as Zinn said “I was sitting at home one day and the phone rang and a polite young man said ‘Mr. Zinn, my name is Eddie Vedder and I like to do an article with you for Interview Magazine, and I said OK, who are you?”