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Pearl Jam

Pearl Jam is an alternative rock band from Seattle, Washington. They gained international fame with their album "Ten" and the hit single 'Alive'. Despite the decline of the grunge scene, Pearl Jam continued to produce experimental music with a nearly unchanged lineup. They have collaborated with various drummers over the years, including Matt Cameron from Soundgarden. The band members also pursued side projects such as Brad and Mad Season. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017.

Formed from previous bands Mother Love Bone and Temple of the Dog, Pearl Jam quickly rose to stardom in the 90s. Although their popularity waned when grunge fell out of fashion, they remained dedicated to creating innovative music.

Their lineup has seen several drummers come and go, but they found stability with Matt Cameron who also plays for Soundgarden. Additionally, Pearl Jam had notable collaborations like backing Neil Young on his album "[m=38666]".


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