During the days leading up to the 20th anniversary of the release of Nirvana's landmark album "Nevermind" on Saturday and the grunge album's deluxe reissue the following Tuesday, you're going to hear a lot about how "Nevermind" changed everything:
One of the most stunning moments in Cameron Crowe's new Pearl Jam documentary comes near the end, when the band plays "Better Man" at Madison Square Garden and the audience euphorically screams along to every word.
Eddie Vedder's second solo album "Ukulele Songs" and a live concert film titled "Water on the Road" will both be released on May 31st, Vedder announced today. As the title suggests, "Ukulele Songs" will feature Vedder performing original songs and covers on his ukulele.
He pounded on the drums and she strummed the bass. NASCAR's first couple, Jimmie and Chandra Johnson, cut loose on Thursday night at a private party in a back room at Daytona's Arena Sports Café, playing the video game "Rockband." They jammed to Pearl Jam's "Alive," a song that could serve as the anthem this week for the entire Hendrick Motorsports team. Because even though the organization didn't win a restrictor-plate race last year for the first time since 2003, Hendrick appears poised to re-exert it superspeedway dominance on Sunday in the 51st running of Daytona 500. Yes, Hendrick Motorsports is very much alive.
At the age of 31, Julie Smolyansky feels like a corporate veteran. In 2002 she took over as the CEO of Lifeway Foods (lifeway.net) after her father died, and she graced our cover two years later when her company debuted at No. 38 on the FSB 100.
Some of the biggest names in rock and roll raised millions of dollars in the nation's capital on Monday with a marathon concert aimed at getting out the vote for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry.
A tour by leading artists including Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and the Dixie Chicks this October could bring in revenues of $44 million, according to a published report, with the profits going to help elect Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry.