Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder is among the artists who will be performing as part of the Tibet House US virtual benefit concert on February 17. The event, which is being curated by composer and artistic director Philip Glass, will stream via Mandolin and it will also feature: Phoebe Bridgers, Brittany Howard, Valerie June, Angélique Kidjo, Laurie Anderson, Tenzin Choegyal, Rubin Kodheli, and more. Tickets can be found HERE.
Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) has announced that he will be releasing a new EP titled “Matter Of Time” tomorrow (December 25). The effort will feature the following tracks:
01. “Matter Of Time”
02. “Say Hi”
03. “Just Breathe” (acoustic at home for Amazon)
04. “Future Days” (acoustic at home for 2020 Game Awards)
05. “Growin’ Up” (Bruce Springsteen cover) (acoustic at home)
06. “Porch” (acoustic at home for Amazon)
Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) has shared an animated video for his new song “Matter Of Time” and a live video for an updated version of “Say Hi.” You can check those out below. Vedder recently performed both tracks during the EB Research Partnership’s virtual “Venture Into Cures” event.
EB Research Partnership (EBRP), the organization co-founded by Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) and his wife Jill, have announced a special “Venture Into Cures” virtual event. The show will take place on November 18, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET and it “will feature uplifting stories about individuals and families living with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) alongside appearances and performances from celebrity friends to educate viewers about EB and raise critical funds for research toward a cure for EB and other rare diseases.” Notably, Eddie Vedder will also debut two new tracks, “Matter Of Time” and a new version of “Say Hi,” during the event. Jill Vedder commented:
“Ed and I are incredibly grateful to everyone joining us for Venture Into Cures. Every day kids with EB and their families face astonishing challenges. This event will give people a glimpse into their world. EBRP’s mission is to find a cure for EB, and this event will help bring us one step closer to making that mission a reality by adding momentum to the work being done.”
It looks like fans who buy tickets to the Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds game on July 6 at Wrigley Field will get a special 7 inch vinyl from Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder. The effort is being released through Jack White’s Third Man Records and it will feature “All The Way,” which Vedder wrote about the Cubs, as well as a 1984 performance of Steve Goodman’s”Go, Cubs, Go.”