While Pearl Jam have been taking their time with new music, it appears as though the immediacy of generating new music is starting to ramp up for the band. Guitarist Mike McCready tells Rolling Stone that the group hopes to have their next album out "this year, for sure."
'Ten,' the debut album from Pearl Jam, has reached sales of more than 10 million copies. Only 21 other albums have sold more copies since 1991, when Nielsen SoundScan became the music industry standard for tracking point-of-sale purchases.
Opened in 1914, Wrigley Field in Chicago is one of the last classic American ballparks. Pearl Jam are one of the greatest and most important rock bands of the modern era. So what do you get when these two cultural touchstones from different eras collide? The fastest concert sellout in the venue's history, that's what.
Might there be some new album progress in the Pearl Jam camp? Bassist Jeff Ament revealed that the group did recently meet with producer Brendan O'Brien, which may be a sign the band is ready to resume work on their long-awaited follow-up to the 2009 effort, 'Backspacer.'
While we wait on new Pearl Jam music, frontman Eddie Vedder has found another creative outlet through the big screen. The vocalist, who has contributed music both as a solo artist and with his band to a number of films, is reportedly working on a song for the upcoming Christian Bale film 'Out of the Furnace.'
Pearl Jam's 'Ten Club' continues to be one of the better fan club experiences, with the band rarely failing to lavish the members with interesting new releases. The group's latest year-end 'Ten Club' offering is a two-sided single featuring a live version of 'In The Moonlight' featuring Josh Homme on one side and 'All Night' with special guests Glen Hansard, Liam Finn and Joseph Arthur on the other.
Good news for Pearl Jam fans who've been patiently waiting for information about when we can expect new album: The band will likely hunker down and begin work on the next record, which would be their 10th studio effort, in March. Or at least bassist Jeff Ament will.
Rockers are getting into the giving spirit and generously donating their time to victims of October's devastating Superstorm Sandy. Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder and Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, as well as Bon Jovi, have been added to the lineup for the 12-12-12 concert, which will benefit the Robin Hood Relief Fund's efforts for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Pearl Jam are one of the leaders when it comes to providing their fans with bootleg performances of their shows, but they intend on making the turnaround a little quicker and offering some special deals in the future. As such, they've launched what they're calling the "Instant Classic" bootleg series.
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