PEARL JAM Frontman Guests On KISW's 'The BJ Shea Morning Experience': Audio Available

April 16, 2006

PEARL JAM frontman Eddie Vedder was a guest on "The BJ Shea Morning Experience" on the Seattle station 99.9 KISW on Friday, April 14. Listen to the one-hour show online at this location (Windows Media).

PEARL JAM will appear on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman" on May 4, two days after their self-titled album hits stores. The band's new single, "World Wide Suicide", is available as a call tone and ringer exclusively through Sprint. Fans who preorder "Pearl Jam" through Apple's iTunes Music Store will receive exclusive video footage of the band in the studio plus a bonus audio track of "Why Go", drawn from a December 31, 1992, show in New York. That full concert is included as a bonus CD for preorders submitted via the PEARL JAM site.

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