Pearl Jam releases over 5,000 live concert recordings


BOSTON, MA – SEPTEMBER 04: Jeff Ament, Mike McCready, Matt Cameron, Stone Gossard and Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam perform at Fenway Park on September 4, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images)


Pearl Jam just dropped a massive trove of live recordings online. The band has released a whopping 186 concerts – including over 5,000 songs – to streaming services including Spotify, Amazon, and Apple Music. The band is also releasing an online archive called ‘Deep’ with even more live material along with a Custom Setlist Generator.

What are some of your favorite live albums?  Ever attend a show that got officially released as a live album?

 

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