Thanks to some recently surfaced audio and video recordings, we’re pleased add three setlists from over 20 years ago to the Pearl Jam Concert Chronology! Setlists, notes and Video are below.


Concert Chronology updates for 1990 -> 1992

by John Reynolds on September 9, 2012

Pearl Jam Concert Chronology updates for shows from 1990 to 1992


My PJ20: Seeing Pearl Jam For The 1st Time 8/12/92

by John Reynolds on August 13, 2012

Lollapalooza Ticket Stub, 8/14/92

TwoFeetThick.com co-editor John Reynolds “reviews” his first Pearl Jam show, Lollapalooza 20 years ago, Aug. 12th and 14th. 1992. Second in a three-part series.


Amazing Pearl Jam Photos Surface from Amsterdam 1992

by John Reynolds on August 18, 2010

67 Amazing black-and-white photos from Photographer Mike Leach


Lollapalooza ’92 Retrospective

by Kathy Davis , John Reynolds , Jessica Letkemann on July 30, 2007

Hit the historical road with us as we re-visit some “outstanding examples” of the mayhem, silliness and intensity of Lollapalooza ’92. Pearl Jam’s daily 45 minutes of intense, unbridled musical passion? Extraordinarily impressive.


Saturday Night Live, 1992

by John Reynolds , Brian Hyland , Kathy Davis , Jessica Letkemann on May 2, 2006

Pearl Jam explodes on stage in this early live TV appearance


Fan Club Single #2: Sorry Rudolph

by Jessica Letkemann , John Reynolds on December 15, 2005

By the time Pearl Jam turned two at the end of 1992, turntables were well on their way to being only the domain of audiophiles, DJs, and old-schoolers and band fan clubs were mostly nostalgia. But the young band had other ideas. They’d sent their fan club the same holiday gift in 1991 that the Beatles had back in the day: an exclusive 45rpm single with their greetings on the b-side. 1992 would be no different.


Easy Rider: PJ’s tour time must-haves, circa 1992

by Jessica Letkemann on June 10, 2005

(Click to enlarge the scan above) It was the spring of 1992 and PJ was on the road. As Ten went gold, PJ did what all new headliners do, they put together a rider: a note explaining all the goodies a concert promoter or venue is obligated to provide for the band at each show. [...]