Pearl Jam & Kurt Cobain

Pearl Jam is an American rock band that formed in Seattle, Washington, in 1990. Since its inception, the band's line-up has included Eddie Vedder (vocals), Stone Gossard (guitar), Jeff Ament (bass), and Mike McCready (guitar). Kurt Donald Cobain (February 20, 1967 – April 5, 1994) was an American singer-songwriter, musician and artist, best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the grunge band Nirvana. 5.0/5

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Today in 1991, Kurt Cobain & hit the LA Sports Arena with Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam. Here’s the flyer pr…
"I was too *** Pearl Jam, Five Finger Death Punch is way worse" -Kurt Cobain, 2014
Nirvana's Kurt Cobain dances with Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder backstage at the MTV 1992.
There was no direct comparison in musicality in any way between Nirvana and Pearl Jam. NONE. Stone Gossard destroys Kurt Cobain.
I made this as a tribute to Kurt Cobain, one of the greatest musicians of our time. The song I used is Pearl Jam - Immortality. Although Eddie Vedder has nev...
2 tickets for Pearl Jam next year in MK! Hear they've replaced Kurt Cobain with a fella called Eddie Vedder! He'd better be good
because i forgot to post a band bio here is a more detailed one of Nirvana Nirvana was an American rock band that was formed by singer/guitarist Kurt Cobain and bassist Krist Novoselic in Aberdeen, Washington in 1987. Nirvana went through a succession of drummers, the longest-lasting being Dave Grohl, who joined the band in 1990. With the lead single "Smells Like Teen Spirit" from the band's second album Nevermind (1991), Nirvana entered into the mainstream, bringing along with it a subgenre of alternative rock called grunge. Other Seattle grunge bands such as Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden and also the San Diego based band Stone Temple Pilots had also gained popularity, and as a result, alternative rock in general became a dominant genre on radio and music television in the United States during the early-to-mid-1990s. As Nirvana's frontman, Kurt Cobain found himself referred to in the media as the "spokesman of a generation," with Nirvana the "flagship band" of Generation X. Cobain was uncom ...
Do you ever stop to think, what one event made you question the government? I mean like what was the one event that opened your eyes? I have two, the first being totally irrelevant to politics but it's the first thing that made me question things and what i was told. The first was Kurt Cobain's "suicide". When I was a teen, Cobain was a God to me. His words where legend and his death was tragic, even though he was dead long before my Nirvana faze. When I learned how to use the internet I began looking into his death, just to see why would a man on top of the world end his own life. Come to find out, after reading his journal and doing other research I found out that he hated his existence and fame was not what he was after. Even the album "Nevermind" that launched his band into super star status and helped (along with Alice In Chains,Pearl Jam and Sound Garden) changed the music scene forever, he couldn't stand and rarely would play the songs live as they sounded on the album. But even with his past suic ...
from Art Milwaukee regarding Sydney HiH letter installation "CREATIVE ARTS COUNCIL presents SAY “HI” TO “SYDNEY HIH” MILWAUKEE LANDMARK GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN FRIDAY * JANUARY 18 * 2:00pm Media Opportunity Sydney Hih meant a lot of different things to a lot of different people before it was torn down last year. Built in 1876, it was actually the first brick commercial building in the city. Over the course of 135 years, it housed an experimental plastic surgeon’s office, a punk rock club, a *** nightclub, a bank vault, a secret passage to the Pabst Brewery. And that is just the basement. The corner of Old World Third and Juneau served as the epicenter of bohemian culture for four decades. Milwaukee’s own little Haight & Ashbury. It evolved with the nation’s music taste and ultimately with the city. Imagine the lucky 100 people or so who got to see Nivana or Pearl Jam play live before Kurt Cobain and Eddie Vedder were household names and eventually legends whose lyrics shaped a generation. Ind ...
Neil Young:...Godfather of Grunge,,,salute jamz with Grunge,,greatests ...Pearl Jam,,Kurt Cobain,, The Boss and more.. here’s an ache and an angst in Young’s voice that resonates, and his guitar playing feels bare, matter of fact, and honest. Neil Young is often referred to as “The Godfather of Grunge” for the impact and influence he had on the grunge scene– Eddie Vedder and Kurt Cobain in particular. Cobain even went as far to quote Neil Young in his suicide note– using the line “It’s better to burn out, than to fade away” from Young’s song “My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)”.
The Seattle grunge scene that transformed rock in the '90s produced four great voices, but the most distinct among them belonged to Alice In Chains' Layne Staley. Nirvana's Kurt Cobain deeply understood musical dynamics and could simultaneously scream and sing a melody in a way that few others could—think of John Lennon's searing lead vocal performance on "Twist and Shout." Soundgarden's Chris Cornell wailed and hit high notes, putting him at times in Robert Plant or Freddie Mercury territory. Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder combined a Jim Morrison-style natural baritone range with other punk and rock influences. But Staley sounded like no one else. His ability to project power and vulnerability in his vocals, as well as the unique and complementary harmonies he created when singing with Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell, made for a style that would get copied for years after Alice In Chains became a household name.
There is something that lately I've found a LOT more annoying than metal elitists. Classic rock elitists. It's the people that WORSHIP John Lennon and Kurt Cobain (classic rock?). And you HAVE to love EVERY "important" (aka popular and influential) classic rock band, as well as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, RHCP, Sublime, and White Stripes (for whatever reason) as well, or your taste in music is terrible. The only heavy metal bands on the planet are Sabbath, Metallica and Iron Maiden if you are lucky. John Petrucci is a mindless shredder, Slash and Angus Young are the deities of guitar. If it ain't 3 chord 4/4 Rock N' Roll, it ain't good unless it's Pink Floyd. Rush is too artsy, and for some reason "Somebody that I Used to Know" has to be the one pop song I like just to show I'm not a hipster dinosaur. Shinedown is the one good modern rock band, and Def Leppard are still an AMAZING live band, and Aerosmith playing on Billboard 200 is an EXTREME disappointment. Sorry, I feel like the only person that h ...
I just got tix to the Tuesday Feb 12 Soundgarden show. If anyone else is going let me know, let's meet up and have a few. This show will complete the Seattle big four of Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and Nirvana. I am thankful I saw Layne Staley and Kurt Cobain.
Just listened to some of the new Soundgarden album coming out. Impressed.. *** ive missed these guys. Ive got an idea.i know we've had THE BIG FOUR TOUR(Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax) how bout the THE GRUNGE FOUR TOUR(Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and Nirvana)..before you say NO WAY.here me out...I know Kurt Cobain and Layne Staley have left us..but could you imagine Eddie Vedder singin Heart Shaped Box or Lithium...How about Chris Cornell singin Man in the Box or Rooster..Im gettin chills just thinkin about it..Plus we would have a reunion of Temple of the Dog.Please will the Gods of Rock here my plea...GET THIS DONE.
"There are so many people who hate my guts because I put down Pearl Jam. But what value do these people have in my life?" -Kurt Cobain
20 years later I still can't make out everything that Eddie Vedder and Kurt Cobain are saying, but Pearl Jam and Nirvana are still two of my all time faves! Is that weird?
As American alternative bands like Sonic Youth, which had grown out of the No Wave scene, and Boston's Pixies started to gain larger audiences, major labels sought to capitalize on the underground market that had been sustained by hardcore punk for years. In 1991, Nirvana emerged from Washington State's grunge scene, achieving huge commercial success with its second album, Nevermind. The band's members cited punk rock as a key influence on their style. "Punk is musical freedom", wrote singer Kurt Cobain. "It’s saying, doing, and playing what you want." Nirvana's success opened the door to mainstream popularity for a wide range of other "left-of-the-dial" acts, such as Pearl Jam and Red Hot Chili Peppers, and fueled the alternative rock boom of the early and mid-1990s
Soundgarden is putting out a new album, Alice In Chains is still together, Pearl Jam still puts out music. Can we get a Kurt Cobain hologram pls?
Our man in Nirvana rages on and on about stardom, fatherhood, his feud with Pearl Jam, the death of grunge, and why he's never been happier in his life
"Pearl Jam? Oh yeah they're really great dudes. But I've always hated their band" - Kurt Cobain
I'm so tired of this generation entirely, people believe whatever they hear, they're all dumb, when people say what's wrong with this generation, they're not doing it because they're old and miss their own, they're doing it because they weren't dumb enough to wrap belts around their necks, drink ac fluid, do bath salts, and all that other dumb crap just to get high, the '90's generation were better than ours entirely, our generation listens to Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Drake, and all those rappers who people say are incredibly 'deep'. They had Nirvana,Stone Temple Pilots, System of a Down, Queens of the Stone Age, Pearl Jam and Seether. Any one of those bands are deeper and more meaningful than any rapper you hear today. Also, people had artistic ability, they drew or painted things and wrote stuff, they had such a better generation than ours, I would give almost anything to go back and see Nirvana. They are one of the greatest bands to exist. Their lead singer, Kurt Cobain, died though, which is bad luck f ...
i played guitar because of my Oboh and Kurt Cobain. I extend my whole playing by playing Mike McCready of Pearl Jam. Challenge myself by playing Vai's tunes. These guys were the greatest people in my life. d^_^b
Pearl Jam is now doing commercials for Target. That goes together like Kurt Cobain and the National Rifle Association.
DEDICATED TO KURT COBAIN. Eddie Vedder and Neil Young talk about Kurt. The greatest moment of all time! Kurt Cobain and Edd...
12 LITTLE KNOWN FACTS ABOUT Neil Young 1.American guitarist and singer for rock group Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Neil Percival Kenneth Robert Ragland Young was born in Toronto, Canada, on November 12, 1945. 2.In his 1995 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction speech, Neil Young thanked Kurt Cobain for inspiring him to renew his dedication to making music. 3.Raised in Canada, Neil Young first became well-known as a guitarist and occasional vocalist for the band Buffalo Springfield. 4.One of the most respected and prolific rock/folk guitarists of the late 20th century, Neil Young has spent more than 30 years performing with the super-group Crosby Stills Nash & Young, as well as with the band Crazy Horse. He also recorded an album with the grunge band Pearl Jam in 1995. 5.Neil Young’s guitar is his Les Paul Gibson "Old Black." 6.With two sons with cerebral palsy: Zeke, born by a relationship with actress Carrie Snodgress, and Ben, born 1978, (with Pegi Young née Morton)., Neil Young also has a daughter nam ...
Grunge boys: Chris Cornell (Soundgarden), Kurt Cobain (Nirvana), Layne Staley (Alice In Chains), Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam). RIP Staley and Cobain. Keep it up ...
There's no denying Pearl Jam is one of the great modern rock bands. They managed to weather the storm of grunge by diversifying their sound. They kept up their biblically epic live shows and fought against Ticketmaster. They stopped wearing such incredibly stupid hats. But while Kurt Cobain's untime...
My epic fail of the night instead of typing Kurt I put curt for Kurt Cobain. Oh well really not a big fan, im more of a soundgarden or Pearl jam fan.
April 16, 1994: Pearl Jam perform on Saturday Night Live. At the end of the show Eddie pays tribute to Kurt Cobain
April 9, 1994 - Pearl Jam are invited to the White House, and discuss Kurt Cobain's passing with the President.
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