Hoping it will somehow help the Green Bay Packers’ chances against the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday’s NFC championship at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, a Wisconsin classic-rock radio station is banning any Seattle- or Washington-based bands until after the game.
During Pearl Jam's stop in Spokane recently, frontman Eddie Vedder took notice of a sign in the crowd - A fan rocking dreadlocks past his butt said he would shave his head if the band played the song 'Brain of J'. Eddie obliged.
With their new disc ‘Lightning Bolt’ due out tomorrow (Oct. 15), NBC’s ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ will celebrate Pearl Jam next week (Oct. 21-25) with various musical guests digging into the extensive Pearl Jam catalog and performing songs in honor of the band. In addition, the week will culminate with Pearl Jam performing back-to-back nights on the show.
Pearl Jam is gearing up for the release of ‘Lightning Bolt,’ their 10th studio album, with a new short film. The nine-minute piece was directed by famed photographer Danny Clinch and features interview clips with guests director Judd Apatow (‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin’), ‘Portlandia’ star and Wild Flag vocalist/guitarist Carrie Brownstein, former New Orleans Saints star Steve Gleason and surfing champion Mark Richards.
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