“Probably all of us at one time have been through the black.”
“I will love him forever.”
A beautifully understated side to Vedder’s musicality.
“I just know that healing takes time… and that means you have to start somewhere, so let it be music.”
Good Guys Pearl Jam.
The Alice In Chains frontman would have been 49 this week.
Those karaoke skills finally came in handy.
A lot can happen during a 2-hour headline set.
Brace for some FOMO.
“It’s like his penis gets smaller every time he says ‘huge.’”
It’s the adorable cover that your day deserves.
The Pearl Jam frontman sang on a cover of Joe Jackson’s ‘Got The Time’.
Footage has emerged of the very unexpected musical pairing of Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder and pop star Beyoncé performing the Bob Marley & The Wailers classic Redemption Song at the Global Citizen Festival charity event in New York. As Consequence Of Sound reports, Queen Bee was invited on stage by, uh, King V, during
Pearl Jam champ Eddie Vedder has thrashed his way into TV history, becoming one of late night talk show legend David Letterman‘s final ever musical guests with a string-breaking performance of his classic, Better Man. Vedder joined Hollywood heavyweight Tom Hanks in the third-last episode of the King of late night’s titular program, which is
Eddie Vedder has come good on a promise he made a fan over two decades ago, though the Pearl Jam frontman did slightly alter the original deal. According to Pearl Jam fan Joe Wolfe, Vedder promised to take a picture with him after a chance meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio way back in 1992. Wolfe first
Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters may have just delivered the most elaborate ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video yet, taking the viral charity stunt to a whole new level by reenacting the classic prom scene from the 1976 high-school horror film Carrie. In the video, which you can and must watch below, Grohl dons a
Backing up the powerful anti-war statement he made last week, during a solo show in Portugal Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder has performed a cover of John Lennon‘s Imagine for the very first time. “I think it is the most powerful song ever written,” Vedder said prior to the performance, “which is why I have never
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