Pearl Jam & Pink Floyd
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). Pink Floyd were an English rock band that achieved international success with their progressive and psychedelic rock music marked by the use of philosophical lyrics, sonic experimentation, and elaborate live shows. /5
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November 18th Birthdays: Herman Rarebell-former drummer Scorpions born in 1949 Hank Ballard born in 1936 2003: Composer Michael Kamen, who worked with such artists as Bryan Adams, Eric Clapton, Def Leppard, Metallica, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, Queen, Queensryche, Rush & Sting died of a heart attack in London. He was 55 years old. 2001: R.E.M. made a guest appearance on The Simpsons performing “It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)” in Homer Simpson’s garage. 1994: The Rolling Stones became the first major band to have a segment of a concert broadcast live on the internet with 20 minutes of their concert at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas being broadcast. 1993: Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder was arrested in New Orleans for public drunkenness & disturbing the peace at a bar after a fight with a waiter. Chicago White Sox pitcher Jack McDowell who was with Vedder was knocked unconscious. 1993: Nirvana taped their appearance for MTV Unplugged at Sony Music Studios in New York City. It aired t ...
I've been challenged to list the 10 most influential albums in my life by Carolina Chacon. My take is to look at the ones I've probably listened to most and that represent why I started liking certain kinds of music. Most of these go back to when I first received a cd player for Christmas and hooked up a record player and started playing some of my mom and dad's vinyl. These are the top 10 in no particular order. (oh, and I cheated by including more than 1 album for a few select artists) 1. Pink Floyd – (The Wall, Division Bell, Dark Side of the Moon) 2. The Beatles – (Rubber Soul, Revolver, Abbey Road, Sgt Peppers and The White Album) 3. Neil Young – Harvest 4. Nirvana – (Unplugged in New York, Nevermind) 5. Metallica – Black 6. Pearl Jam – Ten 7. Dr Dre – The Chronic (the original Nine Deuce) 8. Simon & Garfunkel - Collected Works 9. Frank Sinatra – Nothing but the Best 10. Red Hot Chile Peppers – Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Anyone out there know where I can go see bands that play covers of the following. Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Pearl Jam, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Bob Seger, Nirvana, pumpkins, Foo Fighters, CCR, chisel, cat, soundgarden... suppose I could keep on going :) ha ha ha
Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Iron and Wine, Led Zeppelin, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Nirvana are the only bands I will never of sick of.
Here are bands that I think are the great bands... the ones that were innovative.. looked outside of the "norm" and didn't follow nothing but their inspiration and vision. these are the artists that Influence me. not in any specific order. Tool, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, System of a Down, The Glitch Mob, The Doors, ELP, Depeche Mode, Robin Trower, SRV, "Early Metallica", Creedence Clear Water, Rob Zombie, Rush, Outkast, The Gorillaz, Nirvana, Pearl Jam... Feel free to Add your list in the comments below!
Members Of Pearl Jam, R.E.M., Pink Floyd & More Enter The Fight For Net Neutrality. A letter to the FCC has been...
Dinner music...? According to Adam "Pearl Jam sounds like a great idea." Since the womb, my kids have been bathed in Vedder, Marley, Ozzy, Dave Matthews, Pink Floyd, Willie Nelson, Jim, Jimi, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Nirvana and tons more. They know their music. And they'll probably kick you if you put on "Kidz Bop" This satisfies me. :)
Gotta love when studying for your Final Exam consists of listening to Chuck Berry, Beatles, Motown, Beach Boys, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Ramones, Nirvana, Pearl Jam and of course old school MTV and the 80s: Michael Jackson, Madonna and Bruce Springsteen. Pretty sure I'm gonna have some weird dreams tonight after all these videos and lyrics swirling in my head.
New Arrivals: Radiohead, Pink Floyd, John Coltrane, Beastie Boys, Pearl Jam, Amadou & Mariam, Modest Mouse, The Beach Boys, Cradle of Filth, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Vitamin String Quartet and plenty more that we're still going through. Open tonight until 7pm.
Lately I've been stewing over a series of "Desert Island" lists. Part of the trouble of making a "Top" list is that, in order to maintain credence or any type of scholarly composure, one must rank that which is deemed significant. I say for these lists we abandon that idea and simply go with what our gut tells us we couldn't live without. It wasn't as easy at I thought it would be. After much blood sweat and tears here is a list of twenty-five albums that I simply couldn't live without. I'm anxious to see your results. Happy listening! 1. "Achtung Baby;" U2 (1991) 2. "OK Computer;" Radiohead (1997) 3. "Violator;" Depeche Mode (1990) 4. "Born To Run;" Bruce Springsteen (1975) 5. "The Wall;" Pink Floyd (1979) 6. "Game Theory;" The Roots (2006) 7. "AEnima;" Tool (1996) 8. "Purple Rain;" Prince & The Revolution (1984) 9. "Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven;" Godspeed! You Black Emperor (2000) 10. "Stankonia;" Outkast (2000) 11. "2112;" Rush (1976) 12. "Ten;" Pearl Jam (1991) 13. "Operation: Mindcr ...
RULES: In your statusupdate, list 12 albums that have stayed with you over the year's in some way. Don't take too long on this just a minuete or so. They don't have to be great records, or critical darlings, just ones that mean something to you personally. Then tag 10 or more of your friends including, me so I can see your choices too. My 12 in no particular order. The Rolling Stones - Let it Bleed. Taste - Taste. Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin 2. Free - Fire and Water. Sandy Denny - The North Star Grassman and The Ravens. Lou Reed - New York. Niel Young & Pearl Jam - Mirror Ball. Yes - Close to the Edge. Echoes - Pink Floyd. Heroes - Bowie. Gorilla - The Bonzo's. The Least We Can Do Is Wave To Each Other - Van Der Graff Generator. Ridiculous Bohemia Tiny Tin Lady.
A few new releases in stock/back in stock: Arctic Monkeys "AM", Lorde "Pure Heroine", Andrew Bird "Pulaski", Broken Bells "After the Disco" and Lawrence Arms "Metropole". Also some LPs back in stock that have become Rediscover staples, Neutral Milk Hotel "Aeroplane", Pearl Jam "Ten", Pink Floyd "Wish You Were Here", Bon Iver "Emma", Radiohead "The Bends" and "OK Computer"
MY top ten best guitar solo's of all time. 1. Alive (Mike McCready from Pearl Jam) 2. Cemetery Gates ( Dimebag Darrell from Pantera) 3. Fade To Black (Kirk Hammett from Metallica) 4. Hotel California (Don Felder, Joe Walsh from the Eagles) 5. Love Bites (Phil Collen, Rick Savage from Def Leppard) 6. Headed for a Heartbreak (Reb Beach from Winger) 7. Comfortably Numb (David Gilmour from Pink Floyd) 8. Surfing with the alien (Joe Satriani) 9. Crazy Train (Randy Rhodes) 10. Eruption (Eddie Van Halen from Van Halen) sorry, no stairway.
Anyone that knows me, knows I'm weird, out of control most of the time and borderline insane. Absolutely random and totally unrealized until listening to the new Kings of Leon whilst cheffing spaghetto for din din tonight, my music selections today were crazy!! In chronological order...Abigail Williams, Benny Bennasi, Easy E, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd then Kings of Leon...crazy right!!??
Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin, & Third Eye Blind. Are my top 5 favorites, each of them have changed my life
15 Albums The rules: Don't take too long to think about it. Fifteen albums you've heard that will always stick with you. List the first fifteen you can recall in no more than fifteen minutes. Tag fifteen friends, including me,because I'm interested in seeing what albums my friends choose. (To do this, go to your Notes tab on your profile page, paste rules in a new note, cast your fifteen picks, and tag people in the note.) 1. Antichrist Superstar - Marilyn Manson 2. Ænima - Tool 3. In Utero - Nirvana 4. Invisible Touch - Genesis 5. The Bridge - Billy Joel 6. The Wall - Pink Floyd (of course!) 7. Grave Dancers Union - Soul Asylum 8. Yellow - Days of the New 9. Back In Black - AC/DC 10. Stranger Than Fiction - Bad Religion 11. Blood Sugar Sex Magik - Red Hot Chili Peppers 12. Mer de Noms - A Perfect Circle 13. Jar of Flies - Alice In Chains 14. Empire - Queensrÿche 15. Ten - Pearl Jam
I'm raising my children (if I have any) on Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Pink Floyd. No questions asked.
12 Extremely Disappointing Facts About Popular Music 1. Creed has sold more records in the US than Jimi Hendrix. 2. Led Zeppelin, REM, and Depeche Mode have never had a number one single, Rihanna has 10. Same with The Carpenters, Tina Turner, and Radiohead. 3. Ke$ha’s “Tik-Tok” sold more copies than ANY Beatles single Also more than anything by Adele or Nirvana. 4. Flo Rida’s “Low” has sold 8 million copies – the same as The Beatles’ “Hey Jude”. 5. The Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling” is more popular than any Elvis or Simon & Garfunkel song. 6. Celine Dion’s “Falling Into You” sold more copies than any Queen, Nirvana, or Bruce Springsteen record. 7. Same with Shania Twain’s “Come On Over”. Also more than any studio album by Whitney Houston or Pink Floyd. 8. Katy Perry holds the same record as Michael Jackson for most number one singles from an album. 9. Barbra Streisand has sold more records (140 million) than Pearl Jam, Johnny Cash, and Tom Petty combined. 10. Peop ...
Hey ALL; Eclipse Rock Band here.. We WILL be at the Port Of Blarney in Antioch, Ill Saturday, May 25th..Please come out and see the New show.A little Comedy and a lot of Classic Rock from The Beatles to Led Zeppelin, Bad company, AC/DC , Thin Lizzy, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pearl Jam, Alice Cooper, The Moody Blues, The Outlaws, Pat Benatar, Guns and Roses, STP, Blondie, Pink Floyd , Van Halen, Badfinger, Maybe a couple of Blues and some originals as well!!! We CAN'T Rock without you, We'll we could, but we would look really stupid !Help us keep the Classic Rock Banner flying high.No Cover charge so come out and play with us.Well not exactly with us, but you know what I mean..lol...The Shenanigans start at 9;00pm so grab your partner by the hand and take them out to see the band..Eclipse band that is, swimming pools , Movie stars. Ya all come out now ,Ya hear...!!!
Eddie Vedder says Pearl Jam's new album is going to have a U2 and Pink Floyd feel. Yes!
This is a warning: I'm playing at the Punch and Judy on St Stephen's Street, Tonbridge tomorrow from 6pm til 8pm. If you DON'T like acoustic music, good beer, wine, cider, spirits and mixers and excellent people then DON'T come down. I will be playing on my lonesome as Spud Presnell gets his annual drug and prostitute quota in Amsterdam, so if you were hoping to admire his hairy chest or magnificent cajon banging abilities- STAY AWAY. If, however, you enjoy PJ Harvey, Pearl Jam, The Stones, Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen (you get the idea) and extending your sociable Sunday then please.come. I'm pretty different solo.
What's some other bands besides Green Day that you like? Some of mine are Rise Against, Queen, Weezer, Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Led Zep, Metallica, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Pink Floyd, Sum 41, Switchfoot, and a million more. What about you Nimnuts? ~Scattered
Bust out your snow CHOOS and dig your way outta the house tonight because THE CHOOS' return to the Acoustic Brew stage (Saturday) at 9PM: Phil Adams and Brett Boardman return for yet another night of acoustic madness, as only they can do it! An early Brew favorite, this ultra talented acoustic duo will jam out music from all eras.Harry Belafonte, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead, Paul Simon, Jim Croce, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Alice in Chains, Duran Duran and so much more. With exceptional guitar skills, wild antics and killer vocal harmonies, this is one acoustic act you do not want to miss! Join us and have a complete blast with the Choos!!!
Before I loved Pearl Jam and Pink Floyd, I was totally obsessed with.Janet Jackson. What were some of your artist obsessions over the years?
Opinions that you might dislike: Pink Floyd was better without Syd - I do like their music with him alot, it just isn't enough Led Zeppelin I is not the bands greatest album. Nevermind by Nirvana *** The best Beatles album is Sgt. Peppers. I don't believe that Led Zeppelin is Classic Rock. Black Sabbath sucked after Master of Reality. The new Smashing Pumpkins are better than the original lineup. The best song off of Dark Side of The Moon is Brain Damage. Soundgarden really only interests me with Superunknown. Pearl Jam should have never fired Dave as their drummer. RUSH's best album is Hemispheres These are MY OPINIONS, not YOURS. In the title I said "opinions that you might dislike" feel free to say your opinions along the lines of mine.
As posted back on Dec. 22 a friend of mine and I charged each other with the task of compiling your personal list of your top 100 rock n roll tunes all time. Again, this list is personal, not sales based, not necessarily popularity based (although some are). There are so many reasons why some songs are on and others are not it's impossible to explain but here is the list that has taken ages to put together. I'd love to know yours. And now we move on to the next challenge: The Top 50 Albums All Time. Top 100 songs 100 Maggie's Farm - Bob Dylan 99 I Can't Quit You Baby - Willie Dixon 98 Mary Jane's Last Dance - Tom Petty 97 Asylum - Supertramp 96 Rusty Cage - Soundgarden 95 Stone Cold Crazy - Queen 94 Middle Of The Road - The Pretenders 93 Time - Pink Floyd 92 Here Comes The Flood - Peter Gabriel 91 Alive - Pearl Jam 90 Shattered - The Rolling Stones 89 Cinnamon Girl - Neil Young 88 Subterranean Homesick Alien - Radiohead 87 Lip Service - Max Webster 86 And She Was - Talking Heads 85 Hangin' Round - Lou Ree ...
Happy December 23rd! Here's what happened on this day in history: 1957: Tom and Jerry (Simon and Garfunkel) release their first single, “Hey Schoolgirl.” 1969: Elton John and Bernie Taupin begin writing songs together. 1970: Joni Mitchell earns her first gold record for Ladies of the Canyon. 1977: Cat Stevens converts to Islam and changes his name to Yusef Islam. 1987: After years of dissent over use of the name Pink Floyd, Roger Waters and David Gilmour of the group sign an agreement allowing Gilmour to perform under the name. Born: Rev. James Cleveland, 1932; Little Esther Phillips, 1935; Jorma Kaukonen of the Jefferson Airplane, and Hot Tuna, 1940; Dave Murray of Iron Maiden, 1958; Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam, 1964 Died: Eddie Hazel of Parliament / Funkadelic, 1992
Billboard has revealed its Top 25 Tours list for 2012 and Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band had the most lucrative trek of any rock act. The Boss and his group finished at on the tally after raking in $199,371,791. Right behind the New Jersey rockers was Roger Waters at The ex-Pink Floyd mastermind's The Wall Live Tour earned $186,466,703. Other veteran rock artists appearing on the tally included Van Halen, who finished in eighth place $54,425,548; Red Hot Chili Peppers at with $33,911,873; Elton John at with $32,920,986; Rod Stewart at with $30,158,491; and Pearl Jam at with $27,363,430. The most successful 2012 trek of all was Madonna's MDNA tour, which brought in an impressive $228,406,085 in gross earnings and sold out all 72 of its dates. Billboard's top tours list was put together from Billboard Boxscore figures compiled from November 9, 2011, to November 13, 2012.
Pink Floyd meets Pearl Jam! Roger Waters and Eddie Vedder getting Comfortably Numb in NYC last night:
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 ...
John Lester Friday, December 07 7:00PM Bassist/vocalist John Lester’s latest release “Jazz?” sets ten modern rock songs into a late 1950’s jazz context and brings together John’s love for both great contemporary songwriting and the open improvisation of a jazz quartet. Released on October 2nd, the new album has steadily climbed the JazzWeek charts, recently entering the Top 100 on the JazzWeek charts and reaching on the Roots Music Report jazz chart. w/ Jarrett Cherner – piano Peter Sparacino – sax Tim Bulkley - drums “Jazz?” redefines songs such as Mr. Jones (Counting Crows), Money (Pink Floyd), and Typical Situation (Dave Matthews Band), setting them into relaxed straight ahead grooves and opening up the tunes for the players. John stays true to the original vocal melodies with his smoky baritone and lays down steady walking bass lines reminiscent of the Cool Jazz period. His quartet tackles Tori Amos’ “God” as a quadruple time up tempo swing and “Evenflow” by Pearl Jam, is d ...
Last night was a great time with Jenny Brooks -- took in a tribute band concert n Hermosa Beach at Saint Rocke. Saw Nearvana, The Neil Deal, and Vitology, impersonating Nirvana, Neil Young, and Pearl Jam, respectively. Place was packed, and the band's all rocked. It was nice to see Denny Gerard again (you still rock really hard, and are even better!) and it was awesome to be standing right against the stage where all the die-hards were. Vitology were amazing. The lead singer, Aaron, sounds JUST like Eddie Vedder. And for a treat they covered Pink Floyd's "Mother" and The Who's "Baba O'Reilly," which were both too cool. Best songs of the night: "Southern Man" and "Once."
Vocalist Basti Artadi (born Sebastian Artadi) and drummer Wolf Gemora (born Leslie Gemora) started in other local bands, while guitarist Manuel Legarda returned to the Philippines from living abroad in Spain. The three were inspired to form a band upon frequenting shows of another famous Filipino group, Razorback. They adopted the name for the band, "Wolfgang", upon the suggestion of David Aguirre, one of the guitarists of Razorback.  As much as music in the Philippines was and is greatly influenced by western artists, Wolfgang took their cue from Metallica, Soundgarden, Carlos Santana, Pearl Jam, The Doors, Black Sabbath, Sepultura, and their heroes Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Aerosmith, among others. They began to play live gigs at the former Atrium and the defunct Kalye in Makati City. Bass players came and went until the arrival of Mon Legaspi (born Ramon Legaspi), which finally cemented the band's line-up. Their first big break came playing on Channel 29's RJ Junior Jam.
Here's some potential songs for our show on Saturday. If you have anything you would really desire to hear us play/cover than comment and let us know then maybe who knows we might play it for ya! :) 1) Bob Dylan "Knocking on heavens door" 2) Jon D "By my side" 3) Hootie "Let her cry" 4) Pink Floyd "Wish you were here" 5) Jon D "One last kiss" 6) bill withers "Ain't no sunshine" 7) Pearl Jam "Black" 8) River of deceit 9) Foster the people "Pumped up kicks" 10) Jon D "Thinking of you" 11) Eric Clapton "Wonderful tonight" 12) Jon D "make you mine" 13) Jon D "Save me" 14) Jon D "Breathe" 15) Fleetwood Mack "Landslide" 16) Smashing Pumpkins "1979" 17) Lynnrd Skynnrd "Simple man" 18) Staind "So far away" 19) RHCP "Breaking the girl" 20) Tom Petty "Free fallin" 21) Pearl Jam "Elderly woman" 22) APC "3 Libras" 23) Shawn MacDonald "Rise" 24) Mumford "Awake my soul" 25) Mumford " White Blank Page" 26) Garth Brooks "friends in low places" 27) Tracy Chapman"gimme one reason" 28) Evanessence "my immortal" 29) Adele "s ...
After an invigorating opening performance from Glen Hansard (The Swell Season, the movie Once), Eddie Vedder walks on The Pearl stage and, with his acoustic guitar, launched right into his band Pearl Jam's 1993 hit, "Elderly Woman Behind the Counter In a Small Town." From the very first verse, the sold-out crowd sings every word along with him, both performer and audience full-throated and not missing a beat. OK, he gets a hit out of the way, what now? Then, he takes an electric guitar and played Pink Floyd's "Brain Damage." Wait, no ukulele? Isn't this a ukulele show? Then, Vedder picked up the ukulele (finally!) and energetically strums out ... Cat Stevens' "Trouble." Hmm. A hit and two covers. Is Vedder attempting the rock version of the Garth Brooks Wynn residency show? Then, five songs in a row from his recent Ukulele Songs album, received well by a crowd that clearly heard the album, or just likes campfire-type songs, or, shockingly, knows how to behave at a quiet show headlined by a contemplative s ...
Got myself alot of stuff at West Edmonton Mall yesterday. Such as a Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, and a godzilla t shirt. Also some CD's (The Door's, Foreigner, and Alice In Chain's). Went to Hooter's, got a Wayne's World hat, some Hockey Card's and to top it all off I got a brand new Oiler's jersey with Piaarjvi on the back. Yep just regular stuff from West Edmonton Mall.
Want to learn how to play the guitar next year. I have a list of songs I need to learn in this life.She Talks to Angels, Black Crowes. Little Wing, Jimi. Wish you Were Here, Pink Floyd. Yellow Ledbetter, Pearl Jam and Dreams, Jewel
well, i guess it's time to think about starting a tribute group...out of Denver there is a Sublime, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Rage Against the Machine, Nine Inch Nails, Parliament Funkadelic, James Brown, Grateful Dead, Phish, Pink Floyd, Rolling Stones, Neil Diamond, and Led Zeppelin tributes... Ive always wanted to start a Bob Segar group and call it Bob Cigar, but I have a feeling that one will be safe for awhile. I'm thinking a Pearl Jam or Soundgarden group could be perfect...
I feel like im the only girl that listens to Pink Floyd, Led Zepplin , Doors , and Pearl Jam like all the time.
Pearl Jam. Nirvana. David Bowie. Jane's Addiction. Shinedown. Pink Floyd. Bon Jovi. These are just some of the artists we will be covering as Psycho Jane Restrained returns to Mac's from 8 p.m. to midnight tonight with our acoustic guitars. Love it.
I was asked recently who my favorite groups of all time are. I noticed today that when I am youtubing, I always have to hear some Pearl Jam, some Nirvana, some Pink Floyd and some Zeppelin. All this time I thought it was Aerosmith and Metallica.
We have had guest DJ spots at VENOM in the past from members of KORN and HED P.E. - Now we got the crew from the mighty IMPENDING DOOM heading to Venom to spin off their favourite tracks and take down a drink or dozen! Don't miss out! In the live level of the club we have yet another Monster bill! Headlining are Newcastle's SABRETUNG, along with HEAD IN A JAR and GOOD WILL HUNTING! Also a last minute addition are some fine late night sets by SAVE THE CLOCKTOWER and BELLE HAVEN. Top Floor Playing: Pantera, Metallica, Steel Panther, Slipknot, Parkway Drive, Machine Head, Korn, The Amity Affliction, Killswitch Engage, Avenged Sevenfold, Bring Me The Horizon, Disturbed, Marilyn Manson, Deftones, Slayer and loads more of the big hits!~ Middle Floor Playing: Down, Katatonia, Faith No More, Dropkick Murphies, Pink Floyd, Nirvana, Ozzy Osbourne, Mastodon, Scorpions, Van Halen, Opeth, Porcupine Tree, Aerosmith, Motorhead, Led Zeppelin, Skid Row, Pearl Jam... to name a few... Album Giveaways on the night! PIERCE TH ...
Havent had any repsonses.but here is the emaail I sent out trying to book some cover gigs. Ill be home in December if anyone wants to hire my sexy wedding singer services. Greetings! My name is Jeff and I have just relocated to the Colorado Summit area. What a beautiful part of the world this is! I am on a three month holiday while I write and record my newest solo album and these Rocky Mountains are the perfect landscape for the process. To keep me afloat and kill the monotony, I'm hoping to book some cover shows around the area over the next few months. Consider it a "Piano Man" style lounge concert. A good portion of the music I play is low-key, great for easy-listening. Nevertheless the musical variety I play attracts all walks of life, young and old, looking for a pleasant and melodic environment to spend time in. My playlist includes The Beatles, Coldplay, Radiohead, Otis Redding, Frank Sinatra, Stone Temple Pilots, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty ...
Isn't it about time we got something new in the music realm? Where is this generations Pink Floyd, U2, Pearl Jam, REM or Rick Astley? ;)
Nirvana! when Pink Floyd and Pearl Jam are into your ears.
was just told by Charley Tichenor IV everything I listened to from ages 8-15 defines who I am ... let's see: Phantom of the Opera, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Boys II Men, Pink Floyd, 2Pac, Busta Rhymes, A Tribe Called Quest, Soundgarden, Nirvana, AIC, Pearl Jam, Dave Navarro in general, Primus, Rage, Tool, Outkast ...8-15, sounds about right.
I love the Pearl Jam channel on XM radio, but with all the time I spent listening to them in the car since September, I've heard every song 100 times or more. As of today I'm moving to the new Pink Floyd channel. All Floyd all the time. XM 43.
The food was killer at Owens Fish Camp in Sarasota. The music a real kick, too - a shuffle that shuffled too often - from Pearl Jam to Woodie Guthrie, to Steely Dan and then Skynard. Rickie Lee Jones, a little Kenny Loggins, some Pink Floyd - it was all over the board. Way cool. Best other part, as Jimmy Barron noted: was nice to eat in a cool restaurant where we weren't the youngest there by a long shot.
are there any plans to make Pink Floyd channel permanent? If Bruce, Buffett, Pearl Jam & Dead get own channels, Floyd should too.
notes that some seriously influencial music folks have gone to "the great gig in the sky" here of late...Robin Gibb, Donna Summer, Adam Yauch, *** Clark, Doug Dillard, Chuck Brown, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Everett Lilly, Michael Burks, Lloyd Brevett...to name a few! I was thinking on the drive in...what musician/group would you/I have liked to work with in the studio? I'm going to list my top 10 at this moment in time (in no particular order): 1) Pink Floyd 2) Queen 3) The Beatles 4) U2 5) Red Hot Chili Peppers (Mother's Milk/Blood,Sugar, Sex Magic) 6) Prince 7) Queens of the Stone Age (Songs For The Deaf) 8) The Who 9) Pearl Jam (Ten) 10) Elvis Presley
Christ it must be bad, your ears have my sympathy. May I recommend some Pink Floyd or Pearl Jam, or Air or Zero7, or Weezer?
Okay so Sirius/XM has an Elvis channel, a Bruce Springsteen channel, a Pearl Jam channel, a Grateful Dead channel, a B.B. King channel, a Bob Dylan channel and a Neil Diamond channel (yup...crazy i know). I thought they had a Beatles channel but apparently not. my question to Sirius is, where the *** is a Pink Floyd channel? I DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO SATELLITE RADIO NOW WILL I EVER. I'd happily work for them though. : )
Playlist at the coffee shop in Portland today? Stone Temple Pilots, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Sublime, Smashing Pumpkins ...
Ten form Pearl Jam,Nevermind form Nirvana,The Black Album from Metallica,Dark Side of the moon,Pink Floyd
When I'm down, I go back to my middle school music; Metallica, Pearl Jam, Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Nirvana, Audioslave, and Jimi Hendrix.
Spendin the day chillin to some music. Just drug out some of my cds. Foo Fighters, Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon, Pearl Jam-10, and a bunch of others. Gonna be a good day!!!
This new playlist is by far my favourite. Rage, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Carrie Underwood, South Park, Reel Big Fish, O.A.R and more
Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, and Black Sabbeth is my dream concert. My first concert was M Crüe
Pearl Jam performs the Pink Floyd classic song, "Mother."
Pearl jam is pretty good, what's grunge bands? Even though I'm more of a hip hop person I love Pink Floyd & The Doors:D
Pearl Jam doing a cover of Pink Floyd's "Mother" and a new "Ew!" tonight on
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