Eddie Vedder made a final appearance on David Letterman's stage for an unforgettable performance.
It's hard to believe, but we are just days away from David Letterman signing off from the CBS airwaves.
The Who's Pete Townshend and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder have announced a one-off benefit show in Chicago billed as "Celebrating the Who."
In honor of Opening Day, we call up 15 of the best baseball-themed songs (but we can't guarantee that none of the musicians used performance-enhancing drugs.)
Although they didn't create the wave of grunge that crashed over the mainstream in 1991, it was Pearl Jam who became the biggest band on the planet.
It looks like Jack White isn't the only rock star who's getting his own baseball card this year.
President Barack Obama closed out his family vacation in Hawaii the same way we all [wish we could] do -- hanging out with Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder.
Last night (Nov. 11), the Who put on their annual Teenage Cancer Trust benefit show in London, and it was chock full of special guest performances.
Nobody ever set out to be a grunge icon — at least nobody who actually became one.
It happened: Eddie Vedder and Chris Cornell reunited to sing Temple of the Dog's 'Hunger Strike.'