Pearl Jam, Neil Young Talk Tour

Grunge icons will perform for the first time since filing complaint against Ticketmaster

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Eddie Vedder and Neil Young
Eddie Vedder and Neil Young onstage together during the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles. Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc

Pearl Jam, who haven't performed publicly since filing their complaint against Ticketmaster with the Justice Department in May, are reportedly talking with Neil Young about teaming up for a string of dates in the Northwest this fall. Michael Wadleigh, who directed the original Woodstock film, is involved in planning the concerts, which will also feature several lesser-known bands. Tickets will probably be less than $20 (including service charge).

This story is from the September 22nd, 1994 issue of Rolling Stone.

From The Archives Issue 691: September 22, 1994