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Legendary rock band ‘might have one or two records’ left, frontman says



Legendary rock band ‘might have one or two records’ left, frontman says

Pearl Jam formed in Seattle, Washington way back in 1990, and now 34-years later it looks like the band might be winding down.

At least, that is, according to frontman Eddie Vedder.

Pearl Jam’s 12th album — Dark Matter — is slated to drop on April 19, and ahead of that Vedder has been doing some media. And, in a recent interview with MOJO Magazine, Vedder talked about how much longer the band might have left.

“We might have one or two (records) left,” he reportedly said.

Vedder, 59, reportedly dropped that in while discussing aging as a musician.

“The older you get the better you are at living in the present,” he said. “The understanding you have less time is the biggest number in the quotient. The goal is to keep making music.”

Pearl Jam was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017, and has reportedly sold more than 85 million albums. The band’s last album — Gigaton — was released in 2020.

Pearl Jam has an ongoing global tour that has a pair of dates — Sept. 7 and Sept. 9 — slated for Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center. It is also slated to play Sept. 12 at CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore.

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