The turn of the millennium found grunge icons Pearl Jam in a very introspective state.
For the third time in recent weeks, Pearl Jam played one of their classic albums in its entirety: this time it was their atmospheric and experimental 2000 LP.
They'll re-release 1996's 'No Code' and 1998's 'Yield' on vinyl along with 7-inch versions of 'Given to Fly' and 'Wishlist.'
During Pearl Jam's concert at Madison Square Garden on Monday, Vedder altered the lyrics of 'Wishlist' to take a shot at the Republican presidential candidate
Eddie Vedder and the boys from Seattle have been full of surprises lately.
If there's a lesson to be learned from Pearl Jam's antagonistic 2006 album, it's that sometimes you have to be angry before you can ever be happy.
More than 200 cast members were revealed for the reboot of David Lynch's cult TV series and a lot of the names are definitely intriguing.
Eddie Vedder said, "If there was anyone I thought would be playing when he was 80 or 85, it was gonna be Prince."
Vedder and his daughter, Harper, teamed up on another terribly cute musical collaboration, this time tackling the '60s 'Batman' theme.
"The HB2 law that was recently passed is a despicable piece of legislation that encourages discrimination against an entire group of American citizens," the band writes.