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Topic - Eddie Vedder
Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder isn't singing Republican Mitt Romney's praises.
Pearl Jam has closed the two-day Budweiser Made In America Festival, but not before the man who put it all together joined the band on stage.
Jimmy Buffett will replace Pearl Jam singer and guitarist Eddie Vedder in the May 3 lineup at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam has postponed his 15-city U.S. solo tour because of nerve damage in his right arm.
Their faces hidden, many hockey goalies distinguish themselves with the elaborate designs painted on their masks.
Rock these days is mostly relevant as self-parody. Or at least, it's hard to escape that conclusion after watching Cameron Crowe's "Pearl Jam 20." The film is much like the music of the band it documents - lumbering, shapeless and irritatingly reminiscent of many other things you didn't like all that much.
Three men convicted in the nightmarish slayings of three Cub Scouts went free Friday, nearly two decades after they were sent to prison in a case so gruesome it raised suspicions the children had been sacrificed in a Satanic ritual.
Vedder said in an interview with The Associated Press last year.
There's nothing to do but cover your eyes in horror as frontman Eddie Vedder explains, without a hint of irony, that he writes dark songs because "my emotions are like a quarter flipped in the air."