Pearl Jam were reconfiguring themselves as a band whose ambitions transcended traditional measures of success, and that meant making a record on their own shifting terms.
Adrift in mid-career doldrums, Pearl Jam grappled with devastating loss and political angst by releasing one of their most muscular and weird albums.
With a different name but an unmistakeable sound, Mookie Blaylock (aka Pearl jam) made a pit stop on their way to superstardom at Seattle's Off Ramp Cafe on October 22, 1990.
"All I’m saying is that, the next few years, we’re not going to play in October. This year, I didn’t think I’d have to worry about it!”
Vedder and Beyoncé teamed up for a beautiful cover of Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song.”
Almost a quarter-century after it was released, Pearl Jam's first album sounds as fresh as the day we first cracked the CD's shrink-wrap.
Eddie Vedder penned a song for Cameron Crowe’s latest movie, 'Aloha,' and it boasts a very special collaborator -- his six-year-old daughter, Harper.
A letter written to Eddie Vedder has resulted in the arrest of a man who has a restraining order from his ex-wife.
During a benefit concert, the Chicago Cubs were able to show Eddie Vedder -- a loyal fan of the team -- some love in return by joining him on stage.
The Pearl Jam singer joined Supersuckers onstage during their show in Seattle – Supersuckers' last for the forseeable future.