If you haven't seen Pearl Jam Twenty, you can now watch it online between May 21- June 20 courtesy of PBS.org and American Masters.
Pearl Jam Twenty (PJ20) is a video portrait of the band directed by Academy Award-winning director Cameron Crowe. Carved from over 1,200 hours of rarely and never-before-seen footage, this documentary covers 20 years of Pearl Jam.
Personally I like the interviews with Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and I found the piece on Ticketmaster very interesting. You also have to witness the footage of Eddie Vedder swinging high above the concert crowds from the ceilings and light trusses; it's frickin' crazy!
Watch it at Video.PBS.org
or on THIRTEEN WNET New York Public Media - www.thirteen.org
I tried finding it on our local Eight, Arizona PBS but had no such luck. You are welcome to play the "I can't find a damn thing I'm looking for on the azpbs.org website" - If and/or when you discover the show you are welcome to email me the link. No prize, but plenty of frustration.
Consider donating money or buying another Dr. Wayne Dyer video from our local PBS so something can be done to improve thier internal web searches.
If you haven't heard, Pearl Jam frontman, Eddie Vedder will be performing live at Comerica Theatre on Sunday, November 4th. It's part of the KDKB Bud Light Concert Series and details are on the KDKB Concert Page. Tickets are on sale now at Livenation.com, the box office, or call 1.800.745.3000.
Eddie will be armed with a ukulele and maybe a typewriter, but I don't think the performance will be underwater. If you want to hear some of the ukulele fun then check out the video below.