PEARL JAM Tape 'Storytellers' Episode
Launch Radio Networks reports: PEARL JAM taped an episode of VH1's "Storytellers" on Wednesday night (May 31) at a small club in New York City, according to a press release. The band followed the program's traditional format by taking questions from the audience and telling the stories behind its songs as it performed new tracks and old hits before a packed crowd at the Avalon nightclub. "VH1 Storytellers: Pearl Jam" will premiere on VH1 on Saturday, July 1 at 10 p.m. ET.
PEARL JAM performed at the Avalon once before, in 1992, when it was known as the Limelight and the band was just beginning to take off.
The group's self-titled eighth studio album currently sits at Number 17 on the Billboard Top 200, having sold 461,000 copies since its May 2 release.
The group plays the second of two shows in East Rutherford, New Jersey tomorrow night (Saturday, June 3) as it continues its North American tour.
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