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2 hours ago, phandango said:

Finally got in a couple min later. All the available tickets are behind the stage, with some adjacent to stage. What the hell? 

I ended getting adjacent to stage. Section 119 in  St. Louis. Never sat in side seats for a concert before. Hope I’m not staring at back of Eddie’s head all night

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43 minutes ago, [icon] said:

:lol: I hear ya. The GF is only coming to Ottawa and Quebec City on this tour. Have buddies joining for Nashville and St Louis so more guy-centric trips. My buddy joining in STL is a huge Cards fan so we may hit that 1:15 game with some cheap tix if the weather looks good. 

This tour will be shows 20/21/22/23 for me (counting 4 EV solo shows). A good assortment (10 Cities across 7 states) but these will be my first international shows. There are some fans with 5x or more as many shows as me. :eek: 

 

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Memphis '94 / Charlotte '96 / Birmingham '98 / Knoxville '98 / Memphis '00 / Nashville '00 / Nashville '03 / St. Louis '04 / Nashville Ryman N1 '09 (EV solo) / Nashville Ryman N2 '09 (EV solo) / Memphis '09 (EV solo) / New Orleans Jazzfest '10 / St Louis '10 / Memphis '12 (EV solo) / Memphis '14 / Boston Fenway N1 '16 / Boston Fenway N2 '16 / Chicago Wrigley N1 '18 / Chicago Wrigley N2 '18

 


2020 Shows: Ottawa '20 / Quebec City '20 / Nashville '20 / St Louis '20

 

 

Nice run of shows!  Did you get the poster from Knoxville?  I love that one...

 

Ive done:

1992:  Ventura Theater, Lollapalooza x2 Mtn View.  1993:  Indio, shoe throwing show.  1995:  Sacramento, SF Golden Gate Park (Neil Jam).  1996:  Seattle.  1997:  Santa Cruz (Honking Seals secret show (i was on the bands guest list, specifically under Eddies guest)  as a warm up for Rolling Stones opening slot, Oakland as an opener for Stones.  1998:  Portland, Seattle, Sacramento, LAx2, San Diego, Vegas.  1999:  Bridge School benefits x2,.   2000:  Portland, Mt View, Sacramento, San Bernadino, Fresno, San Diego, Vegas (10 year anniversary show!!  7th row center).  2001:  Mt View (Bridge School).  2003:  Santa Barbara (mini ToTD reunion), Mt View x2.  2005:  The Gorge, Vancouver BC.  2006:  The Gorge x2, SF x3, Mt View x2, 2010:  Mt View x2.  2013:  LA, Oakland, Portland.  2014:  Mt Viewx2.  2016:  MSG,

2020 upcoming:  SD, LA,LA,Oak, Oak. 

I think i am missing some as well... i thought i was in the 55 range.  10C has been very very good to me.  Although in 2000 Mt View show we pulled 1st row, which would have allowed us up to the rail, there was a row of temporary chairs set aside for superfan Kathy Davis and crew.... ugh.... 

 

My poster collection can put my kids through college..  😲

 

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58 minutes ago, Inhiding said:

Nice run of shows!  Did you get the poster from Knoxville?  I love that one...

 

Ive done:

1992:  Ventura Theater, Lollapalooza x2 Mtn View.  1993:  Indio, shoe throwing show.  1995:  Sacramento, SF Golden Gate Park (Neil Jam).  1996:  Seattle.  1997:  Santa Cruz (Honking Seals secret show (i was on the bands guest list, specifically under Eddies guest)  as a warm up for Rolling Stones opening slot, Oakland as an opener for Stones.  1998:  Portland, Seattle, Sacramento, LAx2, San Diego, Vegas.  1999:  Bridge School benefits x2,.   2000:  Portland, Mt View, Sacramento, San Bernadino, Fresno, San Diego, Vegas (10 year anniversary show!!  7th row center).  2001:  Mt View (Bridge School).  2003:  Santa Barbara (mini ToTD reunion), Mt View x2.  2005:  The Gorge, Vancouver BC.  2006:  The Gorge x2, SF x3, Mt View x2, 2010:  Mt View x2.  2013:  LA, Oakland, Portland.  2014:  Mt Viewx2.  2016:  MSG,

2020 upcoming:  SD, LA,LA,Oak, Oak. 

I think i am missing some as well... i thought i was in the 55 range.  10C has been very very good to me.  Although in 2000 Mt View show we pulled 1st row, which would have allowed us up to the rail, there was a row of temporary chairs set aside for superfan Kathy Davis and crew.... ugh.... 

 

My poster collection can put my kids through college..  😲

 

Damn man! That's insane. Some killer shows in there. Always wanted to hit a bridge school show. 

Sadly I never really got big into the posters until fairly recently. My gem is a Hatch Show Print from the EV Solo 2 Night Stand at the Ryman Theater.

Actually got it signed "To Matt: Eddie Vedder". A buddy's family helped fund the Orpheum in Memphis, where Ed was playing 2 nights after the Ryman shows. He offered to put something backstage for me. I was torn between the Hatch Print and my 1991 Let Me Sleep Vinyl. Buddy said just leave both.
 

I attached a short note to the Hatch saying  I had just caught both shows at the Ryman and was excited to see "what rabbits you pull out of your hat tonight". He personalized the poster to me which was pretty rad IMO. The LMS vinyl was nerve wracking to leave, but is now perhaps my "prize possession". 

Worst part: my buddy left a guitar backstage and Ed didn't sign it, despite signing both my items. He didn't know Ed hates signing guitars because they always end up sold. 

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2 hours ago, [icon] said:

Pearl Jam's 10 Club got access to a TON of tickets this year. At most venues it was the vast majority of the floor, much of the 100 level, and often a lot of the 200 level. This was done to appease complaints from members of the club who were frequently losers in the club lottery to get tickets. 

Ticketmaster Verified fan tickets for most shows were MOSTLY limited to behind stage (which can be great on lower level at these shows), and 200-300 level. Some scattered back floor or 100 level were available for some shows. Shows like Quebec City had tons of great seats due to lack of demand. 

If you're serious about seeing Pearl Jam, the 10 Club is about $10-15 a year and offers phenomenal access to show tickets. I'm going to 4 shows on this tour at face value. I've gotten solid seats / GA for Fenway/Wrigley shows as well as other Arena shows.. solo Eddie Shows (Ryman Theater, Orpheum Theater). Totally worth it. Joining now would make you eligible for Fall Tour tickets when announced. 

I pay $40 a year. You have a discount code?

And I didnt get tickets. 

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2 hours ago, [icon] said:

Pearl Jam's 10 Club got access to a TON of tickets this year. At most venues it was the vast majority of the floor, much of the 100 level, and often a lot of the 200 level. This was done to appease complaints from members of the club who were frequently losers in the club lottery to get tickets. 

Ticketmaster Verified fan tickets for most shows were MOSTLY limited to behind stage (which can be great on lower level at these shows), and 200-300 level. Some scattered back floor or 100 level were available for some shows. Shows like Quebec City had tons of great seats due to lack of demand. 

If you're serious about seeing Pearl Jam, the 10 Club is about $10-15 a year and offers phenomenal access to show tickets. I'm going to 4 shows on this tour at face value. I've gotten solid seats / GA for Fenway/Wrigley shows as well as other Arena shows.. solo Eddie Shows (Ryman Theater, Orpheum Theater). Totally worth it. Joining now would make you eligible for Fall Tour tickets when announced. 

Thanks, I've been a 10C member for a while. I was just checking out the presale to see if there was any chance of getting really good seats. (I was trying to get four seats together, since the 10C sale allowed two tickets max.) Good to know that the best tickets were reserved for fan club members. Already got my tix to San Diego and both Oakland shows. 👍

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42 minutes ago, [icon] said:

Damn man! That's insane. Some killer shows in there. Always wanted to hit a bridge school show. 

Sadly I never really got big into the posters until fairly recently. My gem is a Hatch Show Print from the EV Solo 2 Night Stand at the Ryman Theater.

Actually got it signed "To Matt: Eddie Vedder". A buddy's family helped fund the Orpheum in Memphis, where Ed was playing 2 nights after the Ryman shows. He offered to put something backstage for me. I was torn between the Hatch Print and my 1991 Let Me Sleep Vinyl. Buddy said just leave both.
 

I attached a short note to the Hatch saying  I had just caught both shows at the Ryman and was excited to see "what rabbits you pull out of your hat tonight". He personalized the poster to me which was pretty rad IMO. The LMS vinyl was nerve wracking to leave, but is now perhaps my "prize possession". 

Worst part: my buddy left a guitar backstage and Ed didn't sign it, despite signing both my items. He didn't know Ed hates signing guitars because they always end up sold. 

Killer!  I have all the singles as well.  I met Jeff in 1992 at Wild Planet records.  He was cruising the bootleg section and I didn't even know who it was as I was busy scanning the bootlegs as well.  I saw who it was and said that I hope you guys sound better than these ####ty bootlegs.  LOL..  we chatted a bit.  Ed has called me twice in 1996/97 thus the tickets for the secret show.  We met on AOL PJ message board.  Crazy i know...  Stone I met before a Brad show in SF.  Dave A i met with a friend at a drum clinic and they went to dinner. 

Post a pic of the LMS single! 

Also the Harmony picture from the Yield booklet is 2 mins from my house... we stopped by there just after it was released and there was 5 signatures in the dust on the sign.  I should have ran it over with my truck and stole it!

PJ Yield HARMONY pic

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Not sure if I like the new song because it is a new PJ song, or if it is just a good song..  trying to take the PJ glasses off..

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5 minutes ago, Inhiding said:

Not sure if I like the new song because it is a new PJ song, or if it is just a good song..  trying to take the PJ glasses off..

It reminds me of The Clash circa Sandinista!

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47 minutes ago, Inhiding said:

Within hours of DoTC debuting there has been at least two Learn How to Play videos, and then i found this:

A Brazilian band covering the new single.  They do a good job with it and I think it shows how well this song will come across live.

 

Black Circle covering Dance of the Clairvoyants

Holy #### that's a fantastic cover. That dude's voice is balls on analog of Ed :eek: 

 

More buzz: 

Rolling Stone:  "Seriously, You've got to hear this new Pearl Jam Song" 

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1 hour ago, AcerFC said:

I pay $40 a year. You have a discount code?

And I didnt get tickets. 

$20 Digital / $40 Analog

I think Analog included the single (ended) and the shirt. 

Sorry ya didn't get tickets, but they were just dipping their toe in the water with only 2 shows a in the Populous Northeast, so those shows were highest demand.

It goes without saying there will be several shows in that area on the fall tour, and I'm confident you'll get tickets then, GB. 

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55 minutes ago, Inhiding said:

Killer!  I have all the singles as well.  I met Jeff in 1992 at Wild Planet records.  He was cruising the bootleg section and I didn't even know who it was as I was busy scanning the bootlegs as well.  I saw who it was and said that I hope you guys sound better than these ####ty bootlegs.  LOL..  we chatted a bit.  Ed has called me twice in 1996/97 thus the tickets for the secret show.  We met on AOL PJ message board.  Crazy i know...  Stone I met before a Brad show in SF.  Dave A i met with a friend at a drum clinic and they went to dinner. 

Post a pic of the LMS single! 

Also the Harmony picture from the Yield booklet is 2 mins from my house... we stopped by there just after it was released and there was 5 signatures in the dust on the sign.  I should have ran it over with my truck and stole it!

PJ Yield HARMONY pic

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That's nuts about All the encounters. Never met any of them. Heard nothing but "good dudes" comments though.

My buddy Rodd Bland (son of Bobby Blue Bland) is buddies with Matt Cameron (Matt calls him out during his Ice bucket challenge), but I've never met Matt. 

Funny you mention AOL. I used to run a PJ 'Zine called ramblings off Prodigy in the very early 90s. Focused on bootleg trading, consolidating media coverage, guitar tabs, and had some original content. Once the quarterly issues got to 40-50 pages with circulation in the hundreds it broke my buddy's dad's copy machine and we stopped it. 

Here's the LMS single and Ryman print. Reminds me I need to order a Frame and Mat for that. Gonna do that now. 😂

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On 1/21/2020 at 11:43 AM, CGRdrJoe said:

@JZilla

Hi GB I'm going to try and get tickets for Oakland when they go on sale Friday, you around during their upcoming shows?

How did you do?  I got tix through Ten Club, just for Saturday, but haven't found out where they are yet

I just did a 10AM ticket grab myself, for Sleaford Mods 4/23 at GAMH.. join us..

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22 hours ago, Inhiding said:

Killer!  I have all the singles as well.  I met Jeff in 1992 at Wild Planet records.  He was cruising the bootleg section and I didn't even know who it was as I was busy scanning the bootlegs as well.  I saw who it was and said that I hope you guys sound better than these ####ty bootlegs.  LOL..  we chatted a bit.  Ed has called me twice in 1996/97 thus the tickets for the secret show.  We met on AOL PJ message board.  Crazy i know...  Stone I met before a Brad show in SF.  Dave A i met with a friend at a drum clinic and they went to dinner. 

Post a pic of the LMS single! 

Also the Harmony picture from the Yield booklet is 2 mins from my house... we stopped by there just after it was released and there was 5 signatures in the dust on the sign.  I should have ran it over with my truck and stole it!

PJ Yield HARMONY pic

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whoa, seriously?  Gotta hear the story here.  I remember being on the PJ boards on prodigy in late 91-92.  Was a super tight knit community.  

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Do we know if they'll still be releasing "bootlegs" for sale right/soon after every show?  Assuming yes.. hope so..

I'm not crazy about the new song but it's at least interesting. The Men have a new single too, it's a similarly unexpected style, but I like it more.  

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On 1/23/2020 at 11:27 AM, prosopis said:

Section 221 row L in Phoenix 

My wife had a change of heart and did it for me. She says there was an option to print tickets. I thought all of this was to prevent scalping? How does that work if I can print them?

I'm in 121 row H via fan verified. I also have two 10c tickets coming so may move closer. Will sell the worst pair to a friend for his group. Only my 2nd PJ show. Was also in 121 but row L in 2013. Can't wait!

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7 hours ago, cap'n grunge said:

I'm in 121 row H via fan verified. I also have two 10c tickets coming so may move closer. Will sell the worst pair to a friend for his group. Only my 2nd PJ show. Was also in 121 but row L in 2013. Can't wait!

Wow that is awesome!!!!! I am jealous, wonder how hard my wife tried now? My seats are pretty bad but at least I am in the building. 

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4 hours ago, prosopis said:

Wow that is awesome!!!!! I am jealous, wonder how hard my wife tried now? My seats are pretty bad but at least I am in the building. 

They did go pretty fast. I think I was a little lucky to get in pretty quickly, select, and checkout. I was done in like 5 minutes or so once in. There were 400 people ahead of me in the queue and that went quickly. Looks like 10club had alot of the best seats. Will be interesting to see what 10club seats I get. Only been a member for 4-5 years and seat selection (after you win the lottery for a spot) is based on seniority. If I'm in a section closer to the stage but upper level I think I'll stay where I'm at further back but lower level.

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20 hours ago, Tiger Fan said:

whoa, seriously?  Gotta hear the story here.  I remember being on the PJ boards on prodigy in late 91-92.  Was a super tight knit community.  

I never did the prodigy thing but the AOL group was probably just as super tight as you describe.  Met a lot of good people there, and some crazzzzyyy MFers as well.  One day is was cruising the messages and I saw one that caught my eye and it was in the style of how Ed speaks, and how he typed out lyrics (most like the in Vitalogy booklet).  I took a chance and reached out, we exhanged a few IM's.  I was skeptical of course, this was in 1996 afterall.  He asked to get my number and call me and initially i said Nope I don;t know who you are for sure.  Then I said for him to call my work and we can conference call and that was agreeable to him.  Hurriedly I called my manager on duty and said to CLEAR THE LINES, Eddie Vedder might be calling for me and I got the Oh Sure response and then I heard the other line ring and told her to grab it before anyone else got it.  She connected us on the conference call and all I needed to hear was the voice and sure enough it was him.  I gave him my home number at that point and he called and we talked for a few minutes.  My brother ran to an extension phone and recorded the call.  I'll need to look that up and see if i still have it!  we talked more over the course of the year.  He sent me some incomplete lyrics about chopping wood and I said that was fuel to burn.  Did that remain with him to become part of BreakerFall?  I don't know.. but I like to think so..   Then we stopped chatting as he wasn't on AOL much and they were recording Yield at the time.  Then in November, about the 5th i'd say as it was a week before the show n Santa Cruz and the opening slot for the 4 nights in Oakland for the Rolling Stones, my manager takes a phone call.  We are both at the front counter and I am selling tickets on TicketMaster and she asks who is calling and then she tells me to take the call as it is Eddie Vedder!  I tell her to put it on hold for a sec, collect my cool, and we talk some more and he says he has 13 tickets for me and 12 friends for Santa Cruz.  I told he that we surmised it was either going to be in Sacramento or Santa Cruz due to the 75 mile blackout rule that I heard about.  I quickly assign all but one of the tickets to friends and we are excited for the week coming up.  We get to the show and there is a madhouse of people.  I meet up with some early birds from my group and we just hang out.  I run around back where i find Eric Johnson the tour manager and yell at him to confirm my guest list.  My wife was VERY SKEPTICAL of this whole thing and I was going to be made a fool and be embarrassed.   He asks my name and how many and I said, Dirty Frank (that was my AOL name :cringe:  i actually gave my real name) and plus 12.  he started laughing.. HARD and says nice try.  Before he finished those words his face drops dead and says yea you are good.  How did you get this?  I told him to talk to his boy Ed.  I ended up giving that extra ticket to a local SC college kid who missed out.  he was stoked to say the least.  

that's my story and I'm sticking to it. 

 

 

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7 hours ago, cap'n grunge said:

They did go pretty fast. I think I was a little lucky to get in pretty quickly, select, and checkout. I was done in like 5 minutes or so once in. There were 400 people ahead of me in the queue and that went quickly. Looks like 10club had alot of the best seats. Will be interesting to see what 10club seats I get. Only been a member for 4-5 years and seat selection (after you win the lottery for a spot) is based on seniority. If I'm in a section closer to the stage but upper level I think I'll stay where I'm at further back but lower level.

I think my wife said there were 2000 in front of her but it moved pretty quick. If you only had 400 you did som6right.

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On 1/24/2020 at 3:50 PM, Tiger Fan said:

whoa, seriously?  Gotta hear the story here.  I remember being on the PJ boards on prodigy in late 91-92.  Was a super tight knit community.  

No ####? Yeah I don't remember my username offhand but I was really active on there. Small ### world. 

I still have A folder of stuff from the last issue I put together. Heard rumors back in the day that copies were being bootlegged and sold at some skate shop in cali :lol: 

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7 hours ago, Inhiding said:

I never did the prodigy thing but the AOL group was probably just as super tight as you describe.  Met a lot of good people there, and some crazzzzyyy MFers as well.  ....

that's my story and I'm sticking to it. 

DUDE! 🤘🏼

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On 1/24/2020 at 4:54 PM, JZilla said:

Do we know if they'll still be releasing "bootlegs" for sale right/soon after every show?  Assuming yes.. hope so..

I'm not crazy about the new song but it's at least interesting. The Men have a new single too, it's a similarly unexpected style, but I like it more.  

I see no reason they'd stop now. :) 

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3 hours ago, prosopis said:

I think my wife said there were 2000 in front of her but it moved pretty quick. If you only had 400 you did som6right.

My friend was in even quicker. He had just a hand full and was in.

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8 hours ago, cap'n grunge said:

My friend was in even quicker. He had just a hand full and was in.

I logged in at 8:30. At 10:00 when it went live tgere were 20,000 people in front of me. 

Pretty sure the two worst things about living in NY is the snow and ticketmaster odds for PJ

My last resort is waiting until the day of show and hoping stubhub prices come down. 

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23 hours ago, Inhiding said:

I never did the prodigy thing but the AOL group was probably just as super tight as you describe.  Met a lot of good people there, and some crazzzzyyy MFers as well.  One day is was cruising the messages and I saw one that caught my eye and it was in the style of how Ed speaks, and how he typed out lyrics (most like the in Vitalogy booklet).  I took a chance and reached out, we exhanged a few IM's.  I was skeptical of course, this was in 1996 afterall.  He asked to get my number and call me and initially i said Nope I don;t know who you are for sure.  Then I said for him to call my work and we can conference call and that was agreeable to him.  Hurriedly I called my manager on duty and said to CLEAR THE LINES, Eddie Vedder might be calling for me and I got the Oh Sure response and then I heard the other line ring and told her to grab it before anyone else got it.  She connected us on the conference call and all I needed to hear was the voice and sure enough it was him.  I gave him my home number at that point and he called and we talked for a few minutes.  My brother ran to an extension phone and recorded the call.  I'll need to look that up and see if i still have it!  we talked more over the course of the year.  He sent me some incomplete lyrics about chopping wood and I said that was fuel to burn.  Did that remain with him to become part of BreakerFall?  I don't know.. but I like to think so..   Then we stopped chatting as he wasn't on AOL much and they were recording Yield at the time.  Then in November, about the 5th i'd say as it was a week before the show n Santa Cruz and the opening slot for the 4 nights in Oakland for the Rolling Stones, my manager takes a phone call.  We are both at the front counter and I am selling tickets on TicketMaster and she asks who is calling and then she tells me to take the call as it is Eddie Vedder!  I tell her to put it on hold for a sec, collect my cool, and we talk some more and he says he has 13 tickets for me and 12 friends for Santa Cruz.  I told he that we surmised it was either going to be in Sacramento or Santa Cruz due to the 75 mile blackout rule that I heard about.  I quickly assign all but one of the tickets to friends and we are excited for the week coming up.  We get to the show and there is a madhouse of people.  I meet up with some early birds from my group and we just hang out.  I run around back where i find Eric Johnson the tour manager and yell at him to confirm my guest list.  My wife was VERY SKEPTICAL of this whole thing and I was going to be made a fool and be embarrassed.   He asks my name and how many and I said, Dirty Frank (that was my AOL name :cringe:  i actually gave my real name) and plus 12.  he started laughing.. HARD and says nice try.  Before he finished those words his face drops dead and says yea you are good.  How did you get this?  I told him to talk to his boy Ed.  I ended up giving that extra ticket to a local SC college kid who missed out.  he was stoked to say the least.  

that's my story and I'm sticking to it. 

 

 

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16 hours ago, [icon] said:

No ####? Yeah I don't remember my username offhand but I was really active on there. Small ### world. 

I still have A folder of stuff from the last issue I put together. Heard rumors back in the day that copies were being bootlegged and sold at some skate shop in cali :lol: 

yep, I still remember a lot

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6 hours ago, AcerFC said:

I logged in at 8:30. At 10:00 when it went live tgere were 20,000 people in front of me. 

Pretty sure the two worst things about living in NY is the snow and ticketmaster odds for PJ

My last resort is waiting until the day of show and hoping stubhub prices come down. 

Pretty confident you'll get several shows to shoot for in the fall GB. 

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Current Status: If you were confirmed for a show, Ticketstoday will email you instructions on how to view your tickets on the afternoon of Friday, January 31st.

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On 1/23/2020 at 6:56 PM, Inhiding said:

Not sure if I like the new song because it is a new PJ song, or if it is just a good song..  trying to take the PJ glasses off..

I was on the fence after first couple listens, but more and more I’m *really* digging it.  Great groove.  Clever, thoughtful lyrics, as always.

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21 minutes ago, cobalt_27 said:

I was on the fence after first couple listens, but more and more I’m *really* digging it.  Great groove.  Clever, thoughtful lyrics, as always.

Confusion is......... to commotion

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22 minutes ago, cobalt_27 said:

I was on the fence after first couple listens, but more and more I’m *really* digging it.  Great groove.  Clever, thoughtful lyrics, as always.

Agreed.  Really started to enjoy the groove.  It still doesn't "sound like" Pearl Jam to me, but that's fine.  While I wish more of their new stuff sounded like their earlier stuff, I can recognize they are growing and developing as artists, so everything won't be a grunge throwback.

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On 1/23/2020 at 2:27 PM, [icon] said:

:lol: I hear ya. The GF is only coming to Ottawa and Quebec City on this tour. Have buddies joining for Nashville and St Louis so more guy-centric trips. My buddy joining in STL is a huge Cards fan so we may hit that 1:15 game with some cheap tix if the weather looks good. 

This tour will be shows 20/21/22/23 for me (counting 4 EV solo shows). A good assortment (10 Cities across 7 states) but these will be my first international shows. There are some fans with 5x or more as many shows as me. :eek: 

 

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Memphis '94 / Charlotte '96 / Birmingham '98 / Knoxville '98 / Memphis '00 / Nashville '00 / Nashville '03 / St. Louis '04 / Nashville Ryman N1 '09 (EV solo) / Nashville Ryman N2 '09 (EV solo) / Memphis '09 (EV solo) / New Orleans Jazzfest '10 / St Louis '10 / Memphis '12 (EV solo) / Memphis '14 / Boston Fenway N1 '16 / Boston Fenway N2 '16 / Chicago Wrigley N1 '18 / Chicago Wrigley N2 '18

 


2020 Shows: Ottawa '20 / Quebec City '20 / Nashville '20 / St Louis '20

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Wrigley said:

youre my hero

:lol: naw man, the way you went to down on the um..candy... before N1 last year made you MY hero :wub: 

GF did ask if you were going to be at any of the shows this go around. You're nothing if not memorable :D 

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New song is badass 

Live take by Brazilian dudes made upside better

new video is badass too! 
 

cmon Friday... no whammies

 

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1 hour ago, [icon] said:

:lol: naw man, the way you went to down on the um..candy... before N1 last year made you MY hero :wub: 

GF did ask if you were going to be at any of the shows this go around. You're nothing if not memorable :D 

LOL

 

Still trying to talk my wife into STL

 

I'll let you know

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On 1/23/2020 at 6:23 PM, Inhiding said:

Within hours of DoTC debuting there has been at least two Learn How to Play videos, and then i found this:

A Brazilian band covering the new single.  They do a good job with it and I think it shows how well this song will come across live.

 

Black Circle covering Dance of the Clairvoyants

Mccready tweeted to these guys that their cover was impressive. 

Imagine Being a cover band and the band you cover acknowledges you in a positive way. 

Its like Steel Dragon making the cover band singer their singer. 

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1 hour ago, AcerFC said:

Mccready tweeted to these guys that their cover was impressive. 

Imagine Being a cover band and the band you cover acknowledges you in a positive way. 

Its like Steel Dragon making the cover band singer their singer. 

Then Pearl Jam re-tweeted  McCready's tweet.

They just hit the PR lottery :banned: 

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Seats are dropping now! 
 

Ottawa: GA/PIT 🤘🏼
Quebec City: 121 Row A  - (front row risers next to pit! Possibly best reserved spot in the house) 🤘🏼 
 

St Louis: GA/PIT! 🤘🏼
Nashville: FLOOR! Sec 6 Row 14
 

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Congrats on the pit.  Got 103 row N for St. Louis.  Further back than my last arena tickets, but I'll take it.

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2 minutes ago, Judge Smails said:

Never seen them. Must see? Bucket list? Coming to LA?

Yep! 2 nights in LA. Sold out already and transfer of tickets is next to impossible. 

One of the best live acts going today. Incredible energy. 3+ hour shows with completely different set-lists every night that morph with the crowds energy. Usually GREAT crowd energy/participation.  

if you've never seen them and are a fan, you need to try to find tickets. 

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I cant believe there are adults who like the pit. I will pay double to have seats and not stand the whole show AND not see anything. To each their own

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4 minutes ago, AcerFC said:

I cant believe there are adults who like the pit. I will pay double to have seats and not stand the whole show AND not see anything. To each their own

Never been in the pit, but put in for it just to try it.  I would not stand in line to get close, but having the freedom of movement near the back would have been good with me.  Main floor near the stage with seats were good seats in the old days.  I'm getting up there but typically don't sit down at all for a concert unless it is something my wife brings me to.

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I'm like to belt everything out loud, so pit it best place for me b/c I know I won't piss anyone off.  Seats would probably be ok for that too, but you never know

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36 minutes ago, Tiger Fan said:

I'm like to belt everything out loud, so pit it best place for me b/c I know I won't piss anyone off.  Seats would probably be ok for that too, but you never know

:hifive:

Same here.  I generally don't care if I'm bothering the people around me because I've lost my voice three songs in.

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1 hour ago, AcerFC said:

I cant believe there are adults who like the pit. I will pay double to have seats and not stand the whole show AND not see anything. To each their own


I guess it really depends. I'm 6' and generally wear shoes/boots with a good 1.5"  sole for shows I know I'm in GA. At that level generally have decent view.

Plus if you're down close the elevation of the stage puts them up high enough you're kinda looking up a bit vs straight. 

Finally, the only area of the pit that's jammed in is usually the front 1/2 in front of the band. If you're in the back 1/2 or off to the sides you generally have a ton of space, can come and go freely, and have unimpeded sight lines. My Gf is 5'3", doesn't like cramped quarters, and enjoyed it..  could see great too. Bonus: No need to line up early outside, either. 👍

Ill be standing/dancing all show anyway.... might as well be close! As an added bonus, there's definitely an energy in the crowd down in GA that's not USUALLY found up in reserved seatings (though I've had some good neighbors over the years). 

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Only requested two tix to Oakland N1 best available.   I got 102, row 14.  Pretty happy with that.  I'm going to stay with my friend who lives in Oakland.  I had him join 10 Club the night before they announced tour dates.  He got pit.

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SD: Sec Q R11

LA1 Sec 125 R12

LA2 Sec 112 R11

Oak1 Sec 116 R5

Oak2 Sec 127 R7

Member #71,xxx

all very similar seats to what i have had in the past. Although ToTD LA was front row..

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