Pearl Jam Brings Youk, Gammons, Arroyo, and Deep Cuts to Rock Fenway 8-5-16
I had the experience of a lifetime at Pearl Jam's show last night at Fenway Park in Boston. I scored second row tickets, Turf A4, row 2, from Pearl Jam's 10 Club. I've been a proud member for many years, and I finally hit the lottery!
The first thing we did was purchase one of the four original posters that they made up for the two night Fenway stand.
The view was incredible as we entered Green Heaven, it truly took my breath away.
What an unbelievable location to see a concert huh? Well, we made our way to the front of the stage, dead-center, to our seats.
The band took the stage at 7:40PM. I know that from the time stamp on my photo!
Pearl Jam then proceeded to melt my brother Steve and I's faces for the next two hours and fifty minutes. They led things off with Release, followed by Long Road, Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town, Low Light, All Those Yesterdays, Given to Fly, Mind Your Manners, Why Go, Daughter, WMA, Another Brick in the Wall Pt.2, Even Flow, Faithful, Grievance, I Am Mine, Down, Black, Do the Evolution, Masters of War, I Am A Patriot, Porch, Strangest Tribe, Society, Just Breathe, Sleeping By Myself, Life Wasted, State of Love and Trust, Comfortably Numb, Corduroy, Draw the Line, Alive, I've Got a Feeling, and finally....Baba O'Riley.
Oh, and along the way, Kevin Youklis brought out Eddie's Ukulele, Bronson Arroyo played rhythm guitar and sang on Black, Peter Gammons came out onstage and waved to the crowd, and I got to sip Eddie Vedder's wine.
Thank you over and over again 10 Club.
Here's a few more photo of the most amazing night of my life