Thirty Years of Pearl Jam
Thirty Years of Pearl Jam
Bleeding Ear Music presents

Thirty Years of Pearl Jam

with The Brown Study Band
Ravenswood Hotel, Ravenswood (Ravenswood, WA)
Saturday, 8 February 2020 6:00 PM
20 days away
18 Plus
Rock
Grunge
Music
Australian Artists

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The Brown Study Band celebrates thirty years of Pearl Jam at the Ravenswood Hotel, Saturday 8th February 2020.  

After the demise of Seattle groups Mother Love Bone and Shadow in 1990, Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament, Mike McCready (and Matt Cameron) sent out a five song demo to find a singer and a drummer for their new project.  Red Hot Chili Peppers founding member Jack Irons passed up joining the group on drums but sent the demo-tape on to his vocalist friend Eddie Vedder in San Diego.  Seattle local Dave Krusen became the full-time drummer replacing part-timers Matt Chamberlain, who was committed with Edie Brickell & New Bohemians and Matt Cameron who was in Sound Garden at the time.  

The band played its first official show in 1990 at the Off Ramp Café in Seattle under the name Mookie Baylock.  They supported Alice In Chains later that year under the same name before recording their debut album Ten and releasing it as - Pearl Jam.

The Brown Study Band celebrates Pearl Jam's milestone and applauds them with an evening of carefully selected hits and favourites presented with astonishing authenticity.