March 2009

Baltimore-land of Ace of Cakes, John Waters, Tori Amos and…Ed Ved live June 15th??

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‘Grunge Is Dead’ Bits….

by Jessica Letkemann on March 30, 2009

So “Grunge Is Dead,” Greg Prato’s doorstopper of an oral history of Seattle music, just landed here at TFT. All 478 pages of it. You’ll have to try hard to keep your head from actually exploding — almost every single page is at least tangentially related to PJ. Even a quick skim comes up with [...]

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“Dave A. has learned the Youtubes”

by John Reynolds on March 29, 2009

It appears that former PJ Drummer Dave Abbruzzese has dipped into his own stash of PJ home videos and learned the art of VHS -> USB -> YouTube.  So far he has uploaded 6 videos to YouTube. He is posting the videos under Free Ass(ociated) Records. Here’s a cool one, with maybe the best view [...]

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Ed Vedder and Jeff Ament are amongst the interviewees in this book about Seattle rock music

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David Wolinsky at A.V. Club brilliantly reviews “Ten” after avoiding it for 18 years

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This fun little Ten Re-Issue promo features a “Six Degrees of Separation from Pearl Jam” game

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MTV.com has 23 (!) videos celebrating PJ -tributes, interviews and more…

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Mike McCready, Duff McKagan and pals get together for a CCFA Benefit May 2nd at the Showbox

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David Lynch’s www.DLF.TV to show a backstage webcast the night of the benefit concert

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The Seattle Weekly talked on the phone briefly to Mike McCready about the Ten Reissue

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