Why See Pearl Jam?
Pearl Jam Hit The Road For A Short Tour, Home and Away!
The heroic Pearl Jam have proved themselves more than capable of sticking around. Arriving on the music scene as grunge exploded, the Seattle ruled the airwaves of 90's college radio with tracks like 'Alive', 'Go' and 'Jeremy'. As America's alt. music heyday faded away, the band stayed above water by playing around with world music, new wave and folk influences, and frontman Eddie Vedder produced a number of solo projects, including the soundtrack for Into The Wild.
The band's latest album Let's Play Two, is a live album that documents the legendary performance at Wrigley Field! Featuring hit tracks 'Low Light', 'Better Man' and 'Lightening Bolt', it's evident that Pearl Jam are equally as good, if not better performing live!
This year sees the band hitting the road for a short US tour, with Pearl Jam stating that it has been organised "to unite the community to help alleviate homelessness in the city of Seattle."
Make sure you don't miss out on the chance to jam when they come to a city near you!
Opening night: 18 August 2018
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image 1, Tammy Lo, image 2: PJOrsi, image 3: Lugnuts
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