Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has been forced to postpone his 15-city solo tour of the U.S., which was slated to kick off on April 10, to the fall. Vedder is suffering from temporary nerve damage in his right arm, which is the result of a back injury he sustained earlier this year.
On his late-night talk show Thursday night, Jimmy Fallon channeled Eddie Vedder to sing a tribute to New York Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin. Fallon reworked the lyrics to Pearl Jam's classic 'Jeremy' to reflect the 'Linsanity' that has taken over the NBA the past few weeks.
From post-grunge rock stars to karaoke singers, people all over the world have been imitating Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder's pained growl since the turn of the '90s. Most people think that there's really only one true Vedder, but to those people, we point you to Javier Diaz.
Sept. 20 needs to be christened "Pearl Jam Day." Why? Because the grunge icons are not only releasing their documentary, 'Pearl Jam Twenty,' but they are also issuing an accompanying two-disc soundtrack that Pearl Jam fans will no doubt want to add to their collections. The band just issued all the pertinent details and lucky fans will be treated to a double disc and a doc in one day.
As we reported earlier, the West Memphis Three -- three men who served 18 years in prison for the murder of three boys -- were freed today (Aug. 19) after years of support from various music artists who felt they were wrongly convicted.
The West Memphis Three -- Damien Nichols, Jessie Misskelley Jr. and Jason Baldwin -- were freed today after 18 years in prison for the suspected murders of three boys. The release of three men had been championed by Eddie Vedder, Metallica and Disturbed, among other musicians, over the past several years. In fact, Vedder even showed up at the court hearing today.
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