Saturday, August 18, 2018

Ames Bros. Pins & Notepads

I know everyone is in Chicago waiting on Pearl Jam to take the stage, but before you get sucked into another Wrigley show, check out some goodies that Ames Bros put out this week.  They've released 14 enamel pins, most of them modeled after popular Pearl Jam posters.  They are available as a 4-pack (limited to 100 of each set) for $30 or a 1-pack (limited to 250 of each pin) for $10.  Shipping and handling is extra.

They've also released some cool notepads for @20 a piece.  The notepads are 5 1/4" x 8 3/8" and contain 192 pages of FSC certified Ivory paper lined with gray ink.  None say "Pearl Jam," but you'll recognize the designs from posters.


Pearl Jam at Wrigley Field



Thursday, August 16, 2018

Wrigley Field Merch





Pearl Jam Addresses Their "Controversial" Poster

“The role of artists is to make people think and feel, and the current administration has us thinking and feeling,” Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament tells us of controversial Trump poster


No doubt many of you  have read about the growing "controversy" around a certain concert poster (seen below). Rolling Stone tweeted the above quote/photo and a link to their article which you can read in full here. One excerpt from the article states:

"The band posted the poster to its social media Tuesday with a note from Ament explaining the motivation behind it. "Y'all know the deal," he wrote under a sketch of the poster. "We're at a tipping point, and the it's time for action." He then called for Montana fans to support the reelection of Democratic Senator Jon Tester. "[He] is the real deal," Ament wrote. "Nobody cares more about our country and especially Montana.""

Whether you agree or disagree, this is no surprise. The band have never been shy about speaking out politically and they are no stranger to controversy. We'll see if this has any kind of lasting impact. But for now it's on with the show!

Pearl Jam still have upcoming, SOLD OUT, shows in Chicago and Boston.






Saturday, August 11, 2018

Friday, August 10, 2018

Vault #8: Missoula, Montana, 8/29/2005


Pearl Jam has announced their eighth volume in their Vault Series today.  Just days before revisiting Missoula, you have the chance to pre-order Pearl Jam's 2005 performance in Missoula on a 3-record, vinyl release.

Fan Club members can get the full show for $50 (+S&H?) starting later today.

Pearl Jam at Safeco Field



Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Drop in the Park Prints by Charles Peterson

Thanks to Inside the Rock Poster Frame for catching a special sale by artist 1XRUN.  For each of the seven Pearl Jam US shows, he will be releasing a limited run of prints by photographer, Charles Peterson, from the 1992 Drop in the Park concert.

The first print (above) is up for order now.

Pictures from The Museum of Popular Culture


Those of you outside of Seattle should visit the twitter account of our friend @guerrillacandy for more than 40 photographs from inside the Pearl Jam exhibit at Seattle's Museum of Popular Culture.




Live At The Orpheum Theatre Available on Vinyl


Newbury Comics has been given the opportunity to offer a limited run of the Pearl Jam's 1994 show at the Orpheum Theatre in Chicago (previously only available as part of the Vs./Vitalogy boxed set.

100 random fans will get a Fenway Colors variant with red and blue vinyl in celebration of Pearl Jam's upcoming Fenway shows.

Records are $27.99 (+$5.99 domestic S&H).  You can preorder now at Newbury Comics.

Pearl Jam at Safeco Field



Sunday, August 5, 2018

All The Seattle Merch!


Well, it's time to head down to Safeco Field and grab your merch for Pearl Jam's Home Shows!!  Pearl Jam tweeted out all of the available merch this morning.  Start planning your bank loans.








Thursday, August 2, 2018

Seattle 2018 Merch?



Here's a little something interesting... We can't confirm exactly where this came from but it looks like it could be a sneak peak at some of the exclusive merch being sold at the Home Shows in Seattle this summer.

Pear Jam's Official Site has more info.

If you have any more insight or info on this or other items, give us a heads up.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

The Home Shows Candy!


Would you like a sweet way to support Pearl Jam's effort to fight homelessness?  How about a Theo Chocolates candy bar?  They're organic, fair-trade, kosher, vegan, and soy and dairy free.  All the good stuff.  Pick one up on their website for $5 a piece and the proceeds go to the Vitalogy Foundation.

Thanks to Travis at GuerrillaCandy, who comprised a full list of all the stuff you can buy or do to support Pearl Jam's "The Home Shows" initiative.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Eddie Vedder to Play Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg


Pearl Jam has never played on the continent of Africa, but they'll get close this December when Eddie joins Beyoncé and Jay-Z for the Manela 100: Global Citizen Festival on December 2nd at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa.
This free-ticketed event will celebrate the centenary year of Nelson Mandela, honoring his legacy in the fight to end extreme poverty.

"It is such an honor to be given the chance to head to South Africa to celebrate Nelson Mandela's incomparable legacy. He showed an entire generation what it means to be a leader and make a difference for the world's poor. I'm so grateful that this event will serve as a reminder of his great work and inspire us all to carry on in his name," said Eddie.

Visit Global Citizen to view the full lineup and learn how to earn free tickets to the festival.

Pearl Jam in Barcelona