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Jeepers Creepers! Colossal Skeleton Goes Viral Cruisin’ the Streets (VIDEO)
Do you know how to tell it's officially fall? When you see a gigantic skeleton bustin' out of a parking lot in a Jeep. It's safe to say that fall is here and the spooky season is upon us. We know that because a giant skeleton decoration was just seen sitting in a Jeep pulling out of a Wegmans parking lot. And when we say giant, we mean GIANT.
Pearl Jam Close Chicago Show Covering a Cheap Trick Classic [WATCH]
Pearl Jam leaned on one of Illinois' finest to close out their set at the United Center in Chicago on Sept. 5. According to Spin, the band wrapped up the night with a cover of Cheap Trick's "Surrender." The website said the last time Pearl Jam played the song live was Aug. 20 and 22, 2016 at Wrigley Field.
66 Best Rock Songs of the ’90s
The '90s were a great decade for rock! There was a variety within the rock world that was unrivaled with other decades, and here we're taking you back in time to revisit the 66 Best Rock Songs of the '90s. While the hair metal that dominated the late '80s started...
Poll: What’s the Best Pearl Jam Album? – Vote Now
Of all of the rock bands from Seattle that became massive in the early 1990s, Pearl Jam undoubtedly have the largest discography. But which of their 11 studio albums is the best? That's what we want to hear from you in this week's Loudwire Nights Album of the Week poll!
Could Pearl Jam’s New Album Sound More Like Pop Music?
Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard offered a vague hint that the band’s nearly finished new album could carry more pop influences than anything they’ve done before. The follow-up to the band's 2020 album, Gigaton, is being produced by Andrew Watt, who made his name with top-level pop stars before working with Ozzy Osbourne, Elton John, Iggy Pop and others. After producing Eddie Vedder’s 2022 solo LP Earthling and touring as a member of Vedder’s band, Watt was hired to hit the studio with Pearl Jam.
Pearl Jam Announces 2023 US Tour Dates
Pearl Jam has announced nine U.S. tour dates that will take place in August and September. The band will begin with two shows in St. Paul, Minn., on Aug. 31 and Sept. 2, followed by performances in Chicago, Indianapolis and Fort Worth, and a final pair of shows in Austin on Sept. 18 and 19. Inhaler will open the Chicago, Indianapolis and Austin shows; support for the other dates is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
2023 New Music Releases
A surprise lockdown-recorded LP and a huge tour get 2023 off to a fast start. 72 Seasons marks Metallica's first album since 2016's Hardwired ... to Self-Destruct and explores how childhood trauma impacts the rest of our lives. Dates in support of the project will also feature Pantera, Mammoth WVH and Greta Van Fleet.
Stone Gossard Calls Chris Cornell the ‘G.O.A.T.’ + Shares Update on Next Pearl Jam Album
Chris Cornell is often heralded as one of the greatest musicians of his generation, and in a recent interview with Riff TV’s Talkin’ Rock with Meltdown podcast, Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard praised him as such. If that weren’t enough, Gossard also gave new insights into how the next Pearl Jam record is coming along.
2022’s Biggest Rock Feuds
Feuds have been prevalent throughout rock history, and 2022 gave us plenty more to add to the list. Whether on social media, face-to-face or through their lawyers, the following acts had no problems airing their grievances this year. In some cases, a war of words erupted due to a simple...
Pearl Jam Focused on ‘Different and Exciting’ Things for Next LP
Pearl Jam isn’t lacking for material, as work continues on their 12th album. “We’ve got demos for days,” guitarist Stone Gossard confirms in an interview with 101 WRIF (video below). “Everybody writes in the band, so now it’s really just trying to figure out what’s something different for us and what’s something exciting.”
28 Years Ago: Pearl Jam Overcome Internal Strife to Release ‘Vitalogy’
Things couldn't have been better on the surface. Pearl Jam debuted to great acclaim with the Ten album, followed by setting opening week sales records with their follow-up Vs. and were one of the hottest tickets on tour. But there was plenty of drama behind the scenes as they made the transition to writing and recording their third album, Vitalogy.
20 Years Ago: Pearl Jam Release ‘Riot Act’
Pearl Jam dominated the 1990s. The upstart rockers survived massive amounts of fame and managed to keep their head, carefully overseeing their career and taking control of just about every decision that could possibly affect their brand and their future. But as the 21st century arrived, Pearl Jam's world got rocked a little. They managed to release five studio albums during the '90s, and their sixth, Binaural, came in 2000. However, the disc became the first released by the band to not reach platinum status.
Watch Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder Join The Strokes Onstage in Seattle
Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder surprised the audience at The Strokes' Seattle show on Wednesday (Aug. 3) when the grunge figurehead came onstage and joined the garage rockers for a song. Helping out on the tune "Juicebox," Vedder and The Strokes' Julian Casablancas traded off singing the 2005 single...
How to Generate Electrician Leads: Top 27 Electrician Marketing Ideas to Get More Electrical Jobs
Every electrical contractor and electrical company needs leads to survive—no matter your location or how long you’ve been completing electrical jobs for your community. Without a good way to generate electrical leads, bringing in new electrical jobs and making money become impossible. However, if you create a system that attracts...
How to Generate Painting Leads: Top 27 Painter Marketing Ideas to Get More Painting Jobs
Every painter needs painting leads and painting jobs to survive—no matter your location or how long you’ve been completing painting jobs for your community. Without a good flow of new painting leads, bringing in new customers and making money become impossible. But, if you create a system that attracts new...
Ultimate Pearl Jam
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