Friday, July 17, 2015

Eddie Vedder to Play Another Private Event

Eddie is partnering with Foundation To Be Named Later on another private event, this time with The Who.  No tickets are for sale to this event.  You can only attend by winning a ticket.  Donate at least $10 to Foundation To Be Named Later and Teen Cancer America, and you'll be entered into a contest for 1 of 500 seats at an exclusive event at a private residence in Los Angeles on September 12th.

The more you donate, the more chances you have to win.  Click here to donate and (possibly) win.

Friday, July 10, 2015

Mad Season & The Seattle Symphony Now Available on LP and CD

Yesterday's announcement of Mad Season Live at the Moore was not the only Mad Season news that the Ten Club had planned.  Today, fans can pre-order an audio recording of Mike McCready's Sonic Evolution collaboration on CD and LP.  The performance on January 30th includes performances by Mad Season with Chris Cornell and Duff McKagan stepping in for deceased band members, Layne Staley and John Baker Sanders, as well performances by a reunited Temple of the Dog.

The album, which officially releases on August 28th costs $12 ($5.99 domestic S&H) for CD and $30 ($8.99 domestic S&H) for LP.

Here is the full description of the show and the tracklisting for the LP and CD.
On January 30, 2015, surviving Mad Season members Mike McCready and Barrett Martin performed selections from the band's repertoire at the Seattle Symphony’s Sonic Evolution concert, with conductor Ludovic Morlot and guest artists including Soundgarden's Chris Cornell (filling in for the late Layne Staley), Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron and Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan (filling in for the late John Baker Saunders).

The Mad Season performance also included guests Jeff Angell, Kim Virant, Sean Kinney (Alice In Chains), Skerik, and Tim Dijulio.

The night also included an appearances from Jeff Ament and Stone Gossard who alongside Cornell, McCready, and Cameron, performed songs as Temple Of The Dog.

This event was the result of a year-long artistic collaboration between Mike McCready and Seattle Symphony Music Director Ludovic Morlot. Proceeds from the album sales will benefit the Seattle Symphony and the Vitalogy Foundation.

1. Waking The Horizon (McCready w/ Symphony)
2. Long Gone Day (Mad Season w/ Symphony)
3. River Of Deceit (Mad Season w/ Symphony)
4. I Don't Know Anything (Mad Season w/ Symphony)
5. Wake Up (Mad Season)
6. Lifeless Dead (Mad Season)
7. Above (Mad Season)
8. Call Me A Dog (Temple Of The Dog)
9. Reach Down (Temple Of The Dog)
10. All Alone (Mad Season 

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Mad Season Live at the Moore on Vinyl

The Ten Club is currently taking pre-orders for a vinyl release of Mad Season Live at the Moore.  This is the April 29, 1995 concert that was remastered and released as part of the 2013 reissue of Mad Season's Above.

This 2-record set is the first time the show has been available on vinyl and will be released on August 28th, 2015.  Price is $39.98 with $8.99 domestic S&H.

The tracklist follows:

Wake Up
Lifeless Dead
Artificial Red

River Of Deceit
I Don't Want to Be a Soldier (written by John Lennon)
Long Gone Day

I'm Above
I Don't Know Anything
X-Ray Mind

All Alone
November Hotel

Pearl Jam to Play Global Citizen Festival

Confirming the truth of the worst kept secret in the history of Pearl Jam, the band will be there joined by Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran, and Coldplay in Central Park on September 26th for the Global Citizen Festival.

The best news?  Tickets are free!  ... if you're willing to work for a chance to win them.
The Global Citizen Festival is an action-rewarded, awareness-driven, free music festival where fans engage with causes in order to win tickets; all causes relate to international education and advocacy to end extreme poverty (living on less than $1.50 USD a day) by 2030.

"We hope Pearl Jam fans will sign up to become Global Citizens — not just to earn tickets to the show — but to be part of a movement that encourages leaders of nations with the greatest wealth to apply aid, trade and governance policies in support of nations and communities in the greatest need. People living on less $1.50-a-day deserve the opportunity to lift themselves up out of extreme poverty." - Stone Gossard, Pearl Jam

For more information on the event and how to get tickets, visit Global Citizen.

VIP tickets will be available for sale at Ticketmaster on July 10th at 10am ET.

A limited amount of VIP 2 and VIP 3 ticket packages will be available for sale to Ten Club Members active as of July 8th at 11:59pm PT while supplies last. Memberships purchased after July 8th are not eligible for this ticket opportunity. Eligible Members will receive a separate email today with information on purchasing these VIP packages. Members can also find the information from the email announcement on the Ten Club Events page.

Take action, win tickets, see impact. Launch the global goals and join the movement to end extreme poverty!

Monday, July 6, 2015

Ament Honored by Blackfoot Tribe

According to the Missoulian, the Blackfoot Tribe invited Jeff Ament and John Tester to their reservation to present them with honors for their work to protect the people and culture of the Blackfeet, specifically for opposing drilling for oil and gas by the Solenex corporation and for a $250,000 skate park funded in part by Pearl Jam's Vitalogy Foundation.   Both were presented with flags of the Blackfeet Nation and Ament also found himself with an honorary Blackfoot name of "Holds Water."

Thursday, July 2, 2015

NYC? We shall see!

Sick in the Head by Judd Apatow

When Judd Apatow sat down with the band in 2013 to interview Pearl Jam leading up to the release of Lightning Bolt, he must have found a little extra time with Eddie Vedder.  Earlier this month, Apatow released his first book, Sick in the Head: Conversations About Life and Comedy, and it features a 2013 interview with Eddie Vedder.

Topics include religion, making his daughter cry with Ukulele Songs, and the bad influence of the Disney Channel.  Having not read the interview myself, I'm forced to send you to Alternative Nation for pieces of the interview.

If you want to check it out, all proceeds from book sales benefit 826 National, an organization focused on helping students, ages 6–18, with expository and creative writing. 826 National is a past beneficiary of the Vitalogy Foundation.

If you can't be bothered, check out Apatow's interview with the bad on YouTube.