Get your Pearl Jam tickets today! The rock band is gearing up for multiple performances at Fenway Park in Boston and Wrigley Field in Chicago, which will take place in August. After, some members of Pearl Jam are joining forces with Soundgarden's lead vocalist, Chris Cornell to perform as Temple of the Dog for a tour this fall. Find your Pearl Jam tickets on TicketNetwork.com and see the band live in 2016!
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No Code (1996)
Riot Act (2002)
Pearl Jam (2006)
Lightning Bolt (2013)
Recently, Pearl Jam announced they would embark on a headlining tour in 2016. Split into two legs, the first will begin at BB&T Arena in Fort Lauderdale on April 8 and will stop at large venues in the eastern half of North America, including Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Madison Square Garden in New York City, and American Airlines Arena in Miami, before wrapping up on May 10 at Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
In between the tour’s first and second legs, Pearl Jam will perform at Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee. Then in August, Pearl Jam will hit the road once again, where they will perform at Fenway Park in Boston on August 5 and 7, and then at Wrigley Field in Chicago on August 20 and 22. Don’t hesitate to buy your Pearl Jam tickets!
Pearl Jam was founded in Seattle, in 1990 by former Mother Love Bone bandmates rhythm guitarist Stone Gossard and bassist Jeff Ament. The duo brought guitarist Mike McCready, vocalist Eddie Vedder, and drummer Dave Krusen on board to complete the band, and initially called themselves Mookie Blaylock. The band released their first album, Ten, in 1991 and officially changed their name to Pearl Jam during the recording process. The album gradually gained popularity, and by 1992 it became a smash breakthrough for the band. Ten has sold over 15 million copies worldwide, making it one of the bestselling rock albums ever. Some of the hit singles on the album included "Alive," "Even Flow," and "Jeremy."
Pearl Jam quickly found themselves at the forefront of the grunge explosion, along with bands like Nirvana, and Alice in Chains. The band toured extensively in support of the album. Pearl Jam released their next album, Vs., in late 1993 to astonishing success. Beginning a three-album streak, it reached number one in the first week. Vs. contained singles like "Daughter," "Dissident," "Animal," and "Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town," and sold nearly one million copies in its first week alone. During the subsequent tour, the band attempted to cap Pearl Jam tickets at $20 to make their tickets more accessible to fans. However, they were unsuccessful, so Pearl Jam canceled their tour in protest.
Over the course of the next decade, Pearl Jam went on to produce a string of highly popular albums, including 1994's Vitalogy, 1996's No Code, 1998's Yield, 2000's Binaural, 2002's Riot Act, and 2006's Pearl Jam. Some of the most memorable songs from these albums included "Better Man" (Vitalogy), "Who You Are" (No Code), "Given to Fly" (Yield), and "World Wide Suicide" (Pearl Jam), as well as the additional singles "I Got Id" (1995) and "Last Kiss" (1999), a song for which the band collaborated with Neil Young. The band's most recent album is Lightning Bolt (2013)
Pearl Jam has remained a favorite of rock fans throughout the years, and as such has been decorated with a number of awards including AMAs, VMAs, Grammys, and Eskys. Currently consisting of Stone Gossard and Mike McCready on guitar, Eddie Vedder on vocals, Jeff Ament on bass, and Matt Cameron on drums, Pearl Jam is considered one of the greatest American rock bands of the 1990's.
American Music Award for Favorite Alternative Artist - 1996, 1999
Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance for "Spin the Black Circle” - 1996