On the cusp of releasing its electrifying new album "Gigaton," the Seattle juggernaut became one of the first major acts to halt tour plans as the coronavirus rippled through its own community.
After more than a year without playing live, Jeff Ament, Pearl Jam’s bassist and a native of Big Sandy, is rolling out a number of projects here in his home state.
Here’s the latest round of concert announcements in the Missoula area.
Tester is an affable guy and relates a good story, whether it is the incident with the meat grinder that cost him several fingers as a child, or his experiences as a referee for small town high school basketball.
Facility upgrades brought along by UM money from a Pearl Jam concert helped bring the NWSL's OL Reign to Missoula
Pearl Jam, "Gigaton" (Monkeywrench/Republic Records)
A group of Lincoln residents are working with Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament to bring a skatepark to the area.
Inside a cozy little studio on the University of Montana campus over the past year, Justin Angle has interviewed a former U.S. Treasury Secret…
Missoula County is sending Matt Rosendale’s campaign a letter seeking reimbursement for $12,923 in costs incurred during President Donald Trum…
Missoula County is sending Matt Rosendale’s campaign a letter seeking reimbursement for $12,923 in costs incurred during President Donald Trump’s Oct. 18 rally.
It happened about a month ago. While reporter Cory Walsh and I were interviewing and photographing local rock star Jeff Ament, he stopped the …
When Pearl Jam first released the song, "Not For You," back in 1994, singer Eddie Vedder sounded downtrodden when he said, "all that's sacred …
One day before Andrea Stone planned to hit the road for Missoula to help her daughter move into a new ROAM apartment, she learned the unit wou…
MISSOULA — U.S. Sen. Jon Tester’s favorite Pearl Jam song is "Better Man," in case anyone was wondering.
While Missoula's an eight-hour drive from Seattle, the birthplace of grunge, it's never been a bad location for a Pearl Jam fan.
Jeff Ament keeps traveling a circular route, from his home state of Montana to arena-sized concerts around the world and back.
Thanks to Montana native and Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament, the world famous band has booked tour stops in Missoula since 1993.
More concerts have meant more tourists and more spending at Missoula businesses, whether they're selling hotel rooms, drinks, ice cream or brunch.
The idea of hosting concerts at Washington-Grizzly Stadium got off to an auspicious start.
The grunge goodness of Pearl Jam has graced the University of Montana many times, and UM is preparing for the band’s largest Missoula show eve…