April 13, 2007 |
Pearl Jam will play what is scheduled to be the band's only U.S. concert of the year in August, topping a bill of more than 120 acts at Lollapalooza 2007, festival officials announced Thursday. The event will take place Aug. 3 to 5, once again in Chicago's Grant Park. Info: www.lollapalooza.com.
June 4, 2003 |
The big payoff came only at the end for Pearl Jam. And this was the very end, a second encore Monday night at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, stomping through Victoria Williams' brooding "Crazy Mary" and the Who's "Teenage Wasteland." Moments of intensity and greatness that only a great band can make, and which don't happen by accident.
May 31, 2003 |
Is Pearl Jam ready to go it alone? The iconic rock band's recent exit from Sony Corp.'s Epic Records makes it one of the biggest rock acts ever to become a free agent. Now that Pearl Jam has disclosed on its Web site that it has left Sony Corp.'s Epic Records, its record company for more than a decade, labels and other acts are watching closely to see the next move from the Seattle quintet.
January 27, 2003 |
Watch this week for an announcement from Pearl Jam about the on-sale dates for its upcoming North American tour, but there is already some information to pass on to fans of the band: The Southern California dates will be June 2 at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine and June 5 at the San Diego Sports Arena. The band plans to repeat the innovation that accompanied its trek in 2000 -- all the shows will be recorded and released as CDs.
September 27, 2000 |
Call it the ultimate fan's ultimate dream, or a bootlegger's nightmare, but Pearl Jam has just released 25--yes, 25!--live albums. It's the latest example of how the Internet is reshaping pop music--a move that probably would have been inconceivable without the distribution capabilities provided online. The new albums are all two-disc affairs, each one a complete concert from Pearl Jam's summer tour of Europe.
September 26, 2000 |
Pearl Jam fans will have their loyalty tested today. The rock band isn't just releasing a new album--it's putting out 25 of them. In an unprecedented attempt to beat bootleggers at their own game, the Seattle-based band is selling two-CD sets recorded live at more than two dozen concerts during a European tour earlier this summer. "We just thought it was pretty cool," said guitar player Mike McCready. "If fans have to buy bootlegs, it can cost them $50.