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.
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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?”
Check this out… Mike Watt & The Missingmen played a gig at Seattle’s Triple Door on April 27, 2010. During his set Dave Grohl, Pat Smear and Eddie Vedder jumped on-stage and performed a version of Watt’s 1995 track ‘Big Train’.
One the most popular stories on feelnumb is about John Lennon’s Famous Army Jacket. So we came across this photo of Eddie Vedder wearing a Boy Scouts of America shirt and wanted to get the details. Vedder is wearing a Troop 365 shirt from Seattle, Washington.
Jeff Ament from Pearl Jam was born in Harve, Montana went to Montana State, then relocated to Seattle, Washington in 1983. He was a big Seattle Supersonics fan and I am not sure if he is a Seattle Seahawks fan but one of his basses (a left-handed one) has a cool retro Buffalo Bills logo sticker on it.
There are four completely different songs from different artist titled “Supersonic” and feelnumb.com wants to know which one you think is the best. The nominees are Bad Religion, JJ Fad, Oasis & Pearl Jam
We previously did a story on John Frusciante vs. Mike McCready: Who’s Fender Stratocaster Is More Beat Up? Here is round two of Pearl Jam vs. Red Hot Chili Peppers and this time it’s Jeff Ament vs. Flea: Who’s Bass Has The Best Sticker Collection…