Pearl Jam

Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur, Nile Rodgers (But Not Chic) Set For Rock Hall Of Fame Induction

Chic’s 11th nomination was not a charm. More »

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame 2017: Depeche Mode, Janet Jackson, Tupac Nominated

Nearly two dozen acts are nominated, but only five will be inducted. More »

Rihanna, Demi Lovato, Chris Martin & More Perform Global Citizen Festival 2016: Watch

Pop superstars sought to uplift at the annual event bringing awareness to global poverty. More »

Beyoncé’s Live Pearl Jam Collab Is Getting An Official Release

Their cover of Bob Marley‘s “Redemption Song” will be part of the next Ten Club Holiday Single. More »

Bonnaroo 2016 Lineup: LCD Soundsystem, Pearl Jam & Dead and Company To Headline

The music festival will kick off in June. More »

Beyonce, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran & Pearl Jam To Headline Global Citizen Festival 2015

The event will take place at New York City’s Central Park. More »

One Direction, Ke$ha, Beyonce, Bruno Mars & More Unite For Global Citizen Tickets Initiative

Jay-Z & Budweiser’s Made In America Festival To Feature Pearl Jam, Skrillex & Calvin Harris

10 Albums That Turn(ed) 20 In 2011: Remember The Time (PHOTOS)

The year 1991 marked a significant change in the sound of pop music. The days of bubblegum (Debbie Gibson, Rick Astley, New Kids On The Block) and hair metal (Poison, Warrant, Motley Crue) were suddenly numbered as alternative rock and grunge culture bubbled up to the surface and heavily infiltrated the mainstream. Perhaps sensing the turning tide, veteran acts like U2 and Michael Jackson headed in new directions, musically. Meanwhile, R&B was all about new jack swing, Motownphilly and a whistle-register songbird named Mariah. Flip through our gallery to revisit 10 classic albums that celebrate their 20th anniversaries this year. More »

Chris Cornell Gets Back Together With His Old Band (No, The Other One)

Last night in Los Angeles, Chris Cornell appeared with Pearl Jam at the Gibson Amphitheater in Los Angeles, where they all ran through “Hunger Strike” from the Cornell-plus-Pearl Jam-minus-Vedder Andrew Wood tribute project Temple Of The Dog. It sounded pretty decent (especially given that those big notes at the end are hard to sing), and before you go and snipe “man, if only they’d done ‘Reach Down’ ” may I give you some news about who was in the crowd? Here is a hint: They know Chris pretty well! More »

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