Pearl Jam will mark the 30th anniversary of their first live performance ever by streaming a show that includes their debut album, Ten, played from front-to-back.
They were called Mookie Blaylock when they took the stage for the first time at the Off Ramp in Seattle on October 22nd, 1990, and didn’t become Pearl Jam until early 1991.
On October 22nd, they’ll stream their April 29th, 2016, concert at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center via Nugs.tv. In addition to Ten, the three-hour show includes over a dozen other Pearl Jam songs as well as covers of Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” The Who’s “Baba O’Riley,” Neil Young’s “Throw Your Hatred Down” and Dead Boys’ “Sonic Reducer.” The stream will be available through October 25th.
Pearl Jam announced the show on Twitter.