All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Pearl Jam’

Pearl Jam Week on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

If you ask this girl, no one derserves a “week” on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” more than Pearl Jam. No one. They were there to prove that they are still on top of the world, and to promote their new album, “Lightning Bolt”. Here is a sample of that new album: Excited to have @PearlJam on the show!! They're …

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Pearl Jam Makes It to Number 1 For The 5th Time

Pearl Jam has many reasons to celebrate. First, band members recently shared news about the 23rd anniversary for their first gig, which is no small feat in the rock world. The band is composed of uniquely-talented musicians all hailing from different areas of the United States, and includes Eddie Vedder (born in Evanston, Illinois), Mike McCready (from Pensacola, Florida), Jeff …

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Pearl Jam Partners With Verizon On Mobile Bootlegs

Pearl Jam has partnered with Verizon Wireless to sell live songs from the band’s upcoming 12-city U.S. tour.

Three songs from each show will be available after the concert on Verizon’s V Cast service and One song will be a free mobile download and the other two will be available for purchase.

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FCC: Public Debate Keeps ISPs At Bay

Federal Communications Commissioner Michael Copps cited AT&T’s recent censorship of a Pearl Jam concert as evidence for the necessity of Network Neutrality to preserve democracy and freedom of speech.

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AT&T Admits To More Censorship

What has become the Net Neutrality proof of concept AT&T hoped wouldn’t come about – the censoring of a band with a cult following – is now no longer an isolated incident.

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Pearl Jam Accuses AT&T Of Censoring Webcast

When a "live" webcast of grunge band legend Pearl Jam’s Lollapalooza performance didn’t make it to the audience in tact, the band immediately pointed a finger at AT&T, who sponsored and monitored the event, accusing the telecommunications giant of censorship.

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