Yes, they sang “Hunger Strike.” And it was awesome.
Paul Points Out That He’s Not Really Dead, Led Zeppelin II, Pearl Jam’s First Show: This Day In Classic Rock [Video]
Super rare film of the Who in their mod-scene element when they were The High Numbers…Pearl Jam’s first-ever show in Seattle when they were Mookie Blaylock…and Paul McCartney tells David Letterman what it’s like to be dead….
The song was written about the area in which they performed that night.
While Pearl Jam played a show in Detroit on Thursday night (Oct. 16), singer Eddie Vedder took a moment to dedicate a thought and a song to Isaiah “Ikey” Owens.
Eddie Vedder doesn’t break promises.
Gibson Makes Guitars, Eleanor Rigby Found In Liverpool, Ringo Cracks The Ton: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Oooh! Check out Ringo’s new MOTOR! Led Zeppelin live in the Kingdome circa 1977, Black Sabbath live in Paris circa 1970, tours of The Gibson Guitar plant and Bonham’s grave, and some quality time with Diamond Dave on his birthday…
Washington almost had an official State Rock Song thanks to Almost Live host Ross Shafer…but another state did get one! Tour Haight-Ashbury with pinched-cheek media members, and see The Dead’s pad! Plus live Genesis, Pink Floyd, and The Police!
Eddie Vedder is using music for the greater good.
The King Snubs The Queen, Jimi Hits London, Nirvana Kill “Butt Rock” Dead: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
The King’s manager blows his chance to go to England….The Beatles talk about finally meeting him…Paul and Linda McCartney play Seattle’s Kingdome..see the Pearl Jam video that made a Moses Lake kid go nuts…and Pearl Jam stop making videos…and meet the baby on NIrvana’s record,he’s 23 now.
The Strange Death Of Gram Parsons, Simon And Garfunkel Reunite, Pearl Jam Set Sales Record: This Day In Classic Rock [Videos]
Live CCR, Pearl Jam, and the shagadelic Runaways…The strange stories of Gram Parsons and Brian Epstein, and a gaggle of Stones videos from the early 80’s…