How far should a musician go to defend themselves on stage before being held responsible for the injury of a fan? This is of course the question now being asked by Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe, who on manslaughter charges in the Czech Republic. Blythe is accused of throwing a fan from the stage, causing brain… Read More
The solo tour that Eddie Vedder was set to kick off in Las Vegas on April 10th has been put on hold. Due to temporary nerve damage in Vedder’s right arm, all of his upcoming tour dates have been postponed.
An official statement from Pearl Jam manager Kelly Curtis was released saying that Vedder had “worked aggressively with doctors and physical therapists for the last eight weeks to repair the damage.” He added,… Read More
Man, oh man. What have we got here? Looks like the full list of Record Store Day releases has just hit the interwebs. Consider this the ultimate shopping list.
Feel free to peruse the list over at but I’d like to point out some of the hot items… Read More
Even though the buzz is that Pearl Jam will release a new album this year, frontman Eddie Vedder still plans on celebrating his debut solo album, 2011′s Ukelele Songs, with another solo tour this coming Spring.
Vedder’s tour kicks off on April 11th in Las Vegas and will feature thirteen shows including a stop… Read More
Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder is hitting the road solo style this summer as he plans on entertaining audiences armed with his ukelele, his flannel shirts and his still very 90′s hair.
Vedder is touring the U.S. from June 15th with a show in Providence, Rhode Island until July 15th with a final performance in Seattle. The tour will be in support of his forthcoming solo album, Ukelele Songs, which is out May 31st but you… Read More
I’m so happy R.E.M. are back. Their first song that they released last week, “Discoverer,” from their forthcoming album Collapse Into Now is a solid listen. Now, by clicking play down below, you’ll hear their first official single, “It Happened Today,” featuring the one and only Eddie Vedder. It’s safe to say that Michael Stipe and crew are two for two on new music.