(photo credit: Alyssa Fried)
Jack White’s ,Third Man Record, have announced the release of a live Pearl Jam performance recorded last month in Nashville, TN. The live recording was the product of a secret show at Third Man Records’ Nashville Blue Room live venue.
With a intimate crowd of around 250 people, the Seattle rock legends, tore through 10 songs including classics like “Deep” from Ten , “Life Wasted” from their self-titled album Pearl Jam, and closed the set with “Let Me Sleep” , which was originally recorded in 1990 (and was the band’s first-ever Ten Club release). Pearl Jam also payed tribute to Pink Floyd, covering their song “Interstellar Overdrive”. Jack White himself even got in on this epic moment playing along to the song “Of The Earth” for the encore.
And all this happened two days before they were set to headline Bonnarro. Call it a warm-up or one of the most memorable and historic things to happen in seven years since the Blue Room opened its doors.
See full set list below:
01. Interstellar Overdrive (Pink Floyd cover)
04. Mind Your Manners
05. 1/2 Full
06. Life Wasted
08. Of the Earth (with Jack White)
09. Hard to Imagine
10. Let Me Sleep
The limited edition live LP through Third Man’s Vault subscription service will be available at the end of this month.
Vault Package 29 will include a black-and-gold, split-colored vinyl edition of the concert, along with a seven-inch featuring a solo Eddie Vedder acoustic song recorded at Third Man’s Voice-o-Graph recording booth.
In order to purchase the Vault package you must be a part of Third Mans Platinum subscription. Members of Pearl Jam’s own Ten Club will receive a coupon code giving them $15 off the cost of the package. The sign-up deadline for Vault Package #29 is July 31st, 2016. You can sign up here for a guarantee copy of Pearl Jam live at Third Man Record.
If you’re like almost everyone else who didn’t get a chance to see the impromptu show, luckily there are still a few dates left for the last leg of the tour. Check them out here. Pearl Jam will be playing Pemberton Music Festival, the three day extravaganza taking place July 14-17, in Pemberton, British Columbia. Read more about it here.
Also, don’t forget to check out a sneak peak clip of the live show below.
This year marked 25 years of Pearl Jam as a band. even after such an extensive career in music the band is still in the game. In a interview in March, with Popmatters, bassist for Pearl Jam Jeff Ament, discussed how the band plans to mark the occasion with the possibility of getting in the studio and “mess around a bit. With this years North American tour almost done, we might might see new music shortly.