Pearl Jam 1991 United States Tour

1991 United States Tour
Tour by Pearl Jam
Associated album Ten
Start date July 10, 1991
End date July 21, 1991
Legs 1
Shows 5 in United States
5 in total
Pearl Jam concert chronology
Mookie Blaylock 1991 United States Tour
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1991 United States Tour
(1991)
Ten Tour
(1991-1992)

The Pearl Jam 1991 United States Tour was a concert tour by the American rock band Pearl Jam. It was the band's first tour since taking the name "Pearl Jam".

History

The band embarked on this tour after finishing the mixing sessions for its debut album Ten in England. The short tour of the United States focused on the East Coast. This was the band's only tour with drummer Matt Chamberlain. Chamberlain left the band following this tour and the filming of the "Alive" video on August 3, 1991 in Seattle, Washington at RKCNDY to join the Saturday Night Live band.[1][2] For his replacement, Chamberlain suggested drummer Dave Abbruzzese, who joined the group and played the rest of Pearl Jam's live shows supporting the Ten album. Chamberlain said, "I toured in the van with them, played a bunch of clubs—I had a good time, definitely had a good time. They wanted me to join the band, but Edie Brickell & New Bohemians had just broke up, I had just got off the road after touring for four years straight—I could not imagine doing it again."[3]

Tour dates

Information taken from various sources.[4][5][6]

Date City Venue Opening acts Supporting
Warm-up show
July 4, 1991 Seattle RKCNDY
North AmericaUnited States Tour
July 10, 1991 Boston Avalon The Lemonheads, Buffalo Tom, 7 League Boots, Venus Beads, Stress
July 12, 1991 Philadelphia JC Dobbs Carnival of Souls, Mellow Vibe
July 13, 1991 New York City The Marquee Room The Reverend Horton Heat, The Afghan Whigs, Gorilla, Beasts of Bourbon, Codeine
July 17, 1991 Wetlands Preserve
July 21, 1991 Chicago Cabaret Metro Naked Raygun, Urge Overkill, Ned's Atomic Dustbin, The Jayhawks, Soul Asylum

Band members

Songs performed

Originals

References

  1. ^ Peiken, Matt (December 1993). "Dave Abbruzzese of Pearl Jam". Modern Drummer. Retrieved 2007-07-01. 
  2. ^ "Pearl Jam: Timeline". Pearljam.com. Archived from the original on 2008-01-09. Retrieved 2007-06-27. 
  3. ^ Scanlon, Tom. "Drummer to the stars calls Seattle home". The Seattle Times. July 24, 2003.
  4. ^ "Pearl Jam: Set Lists". Pearljam.com. Retrieved 2007-12-08. 
  5. ^ "The Five Horizons Concert Chronology". fivehorizons.com. Retrieved 2007-12-08. 
  6. ^ "The Pearl Jam Concert Chronology". twofeetthick.com. Retrieved 2007-12-08. 
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