Pearl Jam

Pearl Jam, Lin-Manuel Miranda Join Forces to Get Out Latino Vote for Georgia Runoffs

Georgia is now ground zero in the battle for the balance of power in Washington, D.C., as control of the U.S. Senate now hinges on the outcome of the two Senate runoff races in the Peach State. With the Senate majority leadership within his reach, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) recently declared, “Now we take Georgia, and then we change America.”

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Pearl Jam Registers as a Political Advertiser on Facebook to Push Joe Biden

Rock band Pearl Jam has registered as a political advertiser on Facebook, spending more than $17,000 on Facebook ads as part of a get out the vote campaign for the upcoming presidential election, The New York Times revealed. The move comes as Pearl Jam members, including frontman Eddie Vedder, help promote the Biden campaign and efforts to push vote by mail.

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Pearl Jam Musicians Team Up with Biden Campaign to Push Voter Turnout

Pearl Jam musicians, including frontman Eddie Vedder, teamed up with the Biden-Harris campaign on Thursday to push voter participation and vote by mail, all in a bid to propel Joe Biden into the White House. During the virtual event, the anti-Trump Vedder weighed in on the likelihood of mass voter fraud, saying that chances were “miniscule.”

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Pearl Jam Cancels North Carolina Concert Over Bathroom Privacy Law ‘Discrimination’

Pearl Jam has cancelled a concert in North Carolina in opposition of the state’s newly passed Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act — which requires individuals to use the public restroom that corresponds with their biological gender. In a statement announcing the cancellation of an April 20 show in Raleigh, the band described the new legislation as “despicable.”

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - JANUARY 17: Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam performs live for fans during the 2014 Big Day Out Festival at Western Springs on January 17, 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Jason Oxenham/Getty Images)