A typical Pearl Jam show is known for two things: intense marathons in which the song list varies wildly from night to night and a visual component that has long been, shall we say, minimal. The veteran rock band has a passionate, loyal following that tours when they tour, knows every song (the more obscure, the better), and doesn’t need your pyro, your revolving stages, or your holograms of dead celebrities to have a good time, thank you very much. But tastes change, expectations ...
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