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Started by waxy, Aug 24, 2005, 11:30 AM

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PeArl jam will be playing some one day festival in Atlanta right after DeLuna. Southern tour??
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Quote from: e_wind on Apr 19, 2012, 11:58 AM
PeArl jam will be playing some one day festival in Atlanta right after DeLuna. Southern tour??

I'm pretty sure PJ hates the south.
The wind blew me back, via Chicago, in the middle of the night.


Quote from: YouAre_GivenToFly on Apr 19, 2012, 12:11 PM
Quote from: e_wind on Apr 19, 2012, 11:58 AM
PeArl jam will be playing some one day festival in Atlanta right after DeLuna. Southern tour??

I'm pretty sure PJ hates the south.


I know, that's why two back to back southern dates are crazy, though they aren't single shows. One can hope.
don't rock bottom, just listen just slow down...


Quote from: e_wind on Apr 17, 2012, 10:11 PM
i hear rumors of Pearl Jam touring this fall with Gaslight Anthem opening...

Where did you hear that??  That would be great.

The recent Ten Club email stated an upcoming announcement  I have a feeling it will be for the Midtown Music fest in Atlanta in September.  I think they would have to wait a while before announcing their own shows especially since their email referred to some "embargoes" regarding DeLuna.  They might not even do any other shows.  In 2007, they only did Lolla in the U.S.

Copied and pasted from the email:

As a head's up to Ten Club members -- we expect to make an additional concert announcement in the next week. Due to embargoes, we can't say much more just yet.


do any of you folks have unofficial Pj20 boots from alpine valley? i cant seem to locate mine
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They're playing music midtown in Atlanta sept 22
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Just got my Amsterdam II boot in the mail last week.  So great to relive that amazing night. Highly recommend picking this one up.


I'll have to check that one put. Thanks for mentioning it!


The Sirius XM Pearl Jam station has been playing some of the summer European tour. Does sound pretty awesome.
The fact that my heart's beating is all the proof you need.


I'm on my way to ATL right now to see em tomorrow
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Have fun, ewind. There's nothing quite like seeing Pearl Jam.


Quote from: e_wind on Sep 21, 2012, 10:39 AM
I'm on my way to ATL right now to see em tomorrow
I'm seriously considering making a last minute decision and making the drive tomorrow.


Gazziza My Dillsnufus

Jon T.

My buddies are killing me with texts from Pearl Jam playing in my hometown while I'm stick in Disneyland (alone) for the 6th straight night. This is torturous on so many levels.

Jon T.

But if you have any banking regulation questions, I'll know the answers until the regs change again in a month. So I've got that.  :undecided:



Pearl Jam:
Music Midtown Festival
Atlanta, GA
Sept. 22, 2012
Set List

01. Why Go (Stone's guitar rig fails for most of the song.)
02. Save You
03. Animal

(Ed says it is a great night to be in Atlanta and he has never seen the city from this perspective, referring to the location where the festival is being held. He also goes to comment on how great Florence And The Machine were and how great Florence and audience crowd sang. He invites the crowd to sing as much as they can tonight.)

04. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In a Small Town
05. Corduroy
06. Got Some

(Ed decides he will take a moment and describe what the next song is about. He talks about the various kinds of love, like first love and the love in the early part of relationship and love that lasts for years. He also says that the band has deep and long lasting love and that yes, men can love men. He says this next song is about the kind of love that is "ocean deep, long lasting love that surrounds you.")

07. Amongst The Waves
08. Wishlist
09. Better Man/Save It For Later-(Charley, Cox, Morton, Steele, Wakeling)
10. Do The Evolution
11. Even Flow

(Ed reminds the audience that it is an election year and encourages everyone to vote and make sure they have the proper ID because some states have new voter ID laws. He also lists the kind of ID that will and won't work. When he gets to gun registration ID working while student ID's won't the crowd cheers a little and some boos are heard as well. Ed says that "in Florida that comment got a much bigger reception. Florida and Arizona seem to be in some sort of bizarre arms race with each other." He then tells the audience that voting is your right.)

12. Know Your Rights-(Jones, Strummer)
13. Nothingman
14. Supersonic
15. Jeremy
16. Porch

(During Porch Ed goes down into the pit and runs along the front and up the center barricades)

Encore Break 1

(Ed says they are going to play as long as they will let them. He thanks Gus for putting on the festival and is happy that back after not being around for a few years.)

17. Crazy Mary-(Williams)

(During Crazy Mary Ed goes down by the barricade again. He also playfully messes with one of the video screen cameramen)

18. Given To Fly-(dedicated to a friend of Mike McCready's named Steve Gleason)

(Ed mentions that "many of the songs we wrote and recorded were done right here in Atlanta with local hero Brendan O'Brien who is here tonight and is a great friend. This is what we secretly call him behind his back. The Fixer")

19. The Fixer
20. Rearviewmirror

Encore Break 2

(Ed thanks the audience for behaving so well. He points out a young boy that is down in front and comments that if kids and small women can be down in front and be okay it says a lot about the audience taking care of each other. He then, jokingly, asks the boy if he would like some wine, Ed goes onto to thank all of the friends they have acquired over the years the band has been together. He also thanks the local crew that worked the festival and the bands long time touring crew. He says the band has been together for a long time and it speaks to their friendship that have never broken up or had really hateful arguments. He introduces the band and says he hates to repeat a story but he wants to tell the story about watching PJ20 with a friend who commented that "Jeff Ament is such a bad ass" and Ed couldn't agree more.)

21. Unthought Known
22. Black
23. Alive
(Ed says. "they tell us we only have two minutes left so we are going to play this as fast as we can.)
24. Rockin' In The Free World-(Young)

This was a good show, though it totally felt like a festival show. Looking forward to a full tour hopefully next year. Highlights were Crazy Mary and Know Your Rights. I was really hoping he would bring Florence out for Crazy Mary. I know this was a very run of the mill set, but that doesn't matter to me, since its all new. I've been waiting for 10+ years to see PJ, and it never worked out since I was old enough to travel for shows. It was a fantastic night, but all it really did is make the hunger for a "real" PJ show grow.

As far as Midtown Music:
Civil Twilight wasn't bad. Garbage was so bad. So, so bad. Ludacris... Uhhhhhh. Florence was more boring than I thought it would be, but I can't deny their talent. As someone who didn't know any of their music, it just all seeme to run together to me. The Avett Brothers were good. I enjoy them live quite a bit. But, even live couldn't make me not despise the song "Winter in my Heart". Even typing that made me hate the lyrics more than I did already.
don't rock bottom, just listen just slow down...


Steve Gleason is a former NFL player who in his 30s was diagnosed with ALS.  He's doing a lot of work in the NOLA area for ALS patients.  ALS is a muthafucker.
Don't you ever turn it off


Quote from: waxy on Aug 24, 2005, 11:30 AM
Anyone going to any of the upcomming Canadian shows?  How about The Gorge, Montana, Atlantic City, or Philly?

I'll be at the Philly show for sure, got my tickets...still working on Borgota tickets, though *keeping fingers crossed*

Is everyone pumped for the new album?  Should be an early 2006 release, really looking forward to it...but first looking forward to the show in October.  

Share your Pearl Jam love in this thread!

its amazing how far back this thread goes.  The AC 2 show was my first show followed by Philly...17 shows later PJ has become a religious experience for me similar to MMJ


Did anyone enter the lottery for Wriggly? I'll be there one way or another...
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