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 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.


My PJ20: Seeing Pearl Jam For The 1st Time 8/2/92

by Jessica Letkemann on August 2, 2012

20 years ago today exactly I saw Pearl Jam live for the first time. August 2, 1992. It was Lollapalooza’s stop in Chicago with Red Hot Chili Peppers headlining — and I wasn’t even a Pearl Jam fan… until PJ played. All these years later now, I find myself, a huge fan ever since, in [...]


Rare Video of Pearl Jam, Denver Lollapalooza 1992

by John Reynolds on March 8, 2011

Jeff and Ed, 1992

Newly discovered videos of three songs “Once”, “State…” and “Even Flow” from Lollapalooza July 25, 1992: Fiddler’s Green – Greenwood Village, CO.


The TFT Interview: “Grunge is Dead” Author, Greg Prato

by Jessica Letkemann on May 19, 2009 interviews Greg Prato, author of “Grunge is Dead”, an oral history of the Seattle music scene.


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.