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Electric Hollywood: Matt Cameron’s New Pearl Jam Drum Logo

by Jessica Letkemann on November 8, 2013

The new lightning logo on Cameron’s drum is reminiscent of the logo of vintage Hollywood studio RKO.

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After 22 years, a Long-Lored 1991 Pearl Jam Show is Confirmed

by John Reynolds on September 30, 2013

After 22 years of rumor and vague recollection, the existence of early Pearl Jam show from September 26, 1991 surfaces. Were you there?

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Decoding Mike McCready’s M I K E Guitar Picks

by Jessica Letkemann on August 21, 2013

Mike McCready’s been raining M I K & E picks on Pearl Jam crowds since 2011. Here’s a look at all 16 types and what they mean. It’s elemental.

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Fan Club Single #5: My Olympic Dream

by John Reynolds on January 5, 2012

Pearl Jam delivers the sarcastic “Olympic Dream” and endearing “Smile (Live)” almost in time for Christmas 1996.

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The Pearl Jam 20 Museum: A TFT Guided Tour

by Jessica Letkemann on October 27, 2011

Video of the Pearl Jam Museum from Eddie’s typewriter and a case full of his notebooks to Jeff’s hats and smashed Mike guitars to the actual PEARL JAM letters from the cover of Ten

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Get a look behind the scenes at the making of Pearl Jam’s first Vault release of January 17, 1992, Moore Theater, Seattle, WA

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PJ20 Soundtrack Deep Dive: Map & Timeline

by Jessica Letkemann on September 20, 2011

We’ve mapped this career-spanning collection over time and across the globe.

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Pearl Jam’s direct communication with fans through initial fan letters and promo cassettes was an integral part towards the development of their fan base in 1991

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Fan Club Single #4: Double Or Nothing (1995)

by John Reynolds on December 25, 2010

A hectic 1994 delays the Fan Club Christmas Single, and Pearl Jam makes up for it with a double-7″ gift in 1995

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Inside The Stone Gossard Summer 1990 Demos

by John Reynolds , Jessica Letkemann on October 13, 2010

Stone’s instrumental demos with Mike, Jeff & Matt yielded PJ music on five albums, hear them and read track-by-track details with the help of Stone himself.

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