In recent weeks, Pearl Jam has been teasing a concert film called Let's Play Two. Now, the band has detailed the film, which will be accompanied by a soundtrack album.
Last night, Roger Waters invited Chicago native and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder onstage to sing the Pink Floyd classic, "Comfortably Numb."
Temple of the Dog—a supergroup that featured members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden (including Chris Cornell)—enjoyed a successful 25th anniversary tour late last year.
Most rock fans have a band or two that they think deserves induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Eddie Vedder had an audience member removed from Pearl Jam’s August 22 show at Chicago’s Wrigley Field after the man became confrontational with a woman.
In the video below, Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready describes three of his favorite 1959-era guitars: a Les Paul 'Burst, a Fender Strat and a Les Paul TV model.
As we reported yesterday, several artists have written and performed tributes to Lou Reed, who died Sunday at age 71.
Pearl Jam are streaming their new album, Lightning Bolt, at iTunes today, a week before its scheduled October 15 release date.
Below, you can check out Pearl Jam's new music video for "Sirens," the second single off their upcoming 10th studio album, Lightning Bolt, which will be released October 15.