pearljam1 Pearl Jam Has Officially Gone In Hiding

[lastfm]Pearl Jam [/lastfm]frontman [lastfm]Eddie Vedder [/lastfm]dropped the bomb when he announced band was going on haitus during their last show in Portugal.

Pearl Jam said goodbye, for now, at the final night of their tour on Saturday in Oeiras, Portugal. Take a look at the final set list and details of their farewell performance after the jump…

[pullquote quote=”Thank you for coming to our last show. Not our last ever, but our last in a long time.” credit=”Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder”]

The band that formed in Seattle in 1990, has been on an exhaustive run ever since. With the exception of drummer Matt Cameron, founding members Eddie Vedder (vocals), Jeff Ament (bass), Stone Gossard (rhythm guitar) and Mike McCready (lead guitar) have been there from the beginning. Matt Cameron is currently the only Pearl Jam band member not scheduled to retreat from the music world–rumored to be returning to his previous band [lastfm]Soundgarden[/lastfm].

Eddie Vedder shocked the crowd when he  announced: “Thank you for coming to our last show. Not our last ever, but our last in a long time.

Vedder followed the crushing announcement of the bands scheduled hiatus with,”Have fun tonight because we don’t know when else we will have fun.” Basically sealing the deal for a tearful lighter filled, double encore farewell. Here’s to hoping Pearl Jam only takes a short break from the scene, after all these years, what will we do without them?

Here is the final Pearl Jam set list:

Set 1

  • “Release” (from Ten, 1991)
  • “Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town” (from Verses, 1993)
  • “Animal” (from Verses, 1993)
  • “Given To Fly” (from Yield, 1998)
  • “In Hiding” (from Yield, 1998)
  • “Unthought Known” (from Backspacer, 2009)
  • “Nothingman” (from Vitalogy, 1994)
  • “Daughter / Blitzkrieg Bop” (from Verses, 1993/Ramones cover)
  • “Even Flow” (from Ten, 1991)
  • “Just Breathe” (from Backspacer, 2009)
  • “Wishlist” (from Yield, 1998)
  • “Black” (from Ten, 1991)
  • “Glorified G” (from Verses, 1993)
  • “Why Go” (from Ten, 1991)

Encore 1

  • “The End” (from Backspacer, 2009)
  • “Improv” (Portugal, Portugal)
  • “Public Image”
  • “The Fixer” (from Backspacer, 2009)
  • “Wasted Reprise” (from Pearl Jam, 2006)
  • “Better Man” (from Vitalogy, 1994)

Encore 2

  • “Smile” (from No Code, 1996)
  • “Once” (from Ten, 1991)
  • “Alive” (from Ten, 1991)
  • “Yellow Ledbetter”

To hold yourself over check out their music video for “Alive”:

[Source:  Music-News]

Comments (2)
  1. Twitface says:

    You’re a moron. This isn’t even close to the truth. Check your facts before posting such nonsense.

  2. Um…even PJ’s publicist has said far too much is being made of Eddie’s random remark.

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