A look at the entire display, which runs through early 2019
Love Bone Zone
Mother Love Bone fliers, gear and promotional materials – plus a hat worn by Andrew Wood.
A closer look at Woods’ statue. “Everybody liked him,” Ament says. “I never heard Kurt Cobain talk about Andy, but I would guess that there would be some kinship between those two because they were both sort of from the western side of the state. Small-town peninsula life.”
Ament’s hats from both Mother Love Bone and Pearl Jam. “I see these hats at home,” jokes Ament’s wife, Pandora. “At home, I’ve got closets of them.”
Too Much Monkey Business
Guitarist Mike McCready’s monkey toy amplifier ornaments. Also: Mirror Ball, the band’s 1995 album with Neil Young, and their 1996 American Music Award for Favorite Artist: Alternative Music
A series of original setlists, largely handwritten by Vedder.
The original letters from the Ten album cover shoot. The album went on to sell more than 10 million copies.
In the Garage
A recreation of the band’s practice space
Let’s Play Two
A sampling of the band’s massive collection of gig posters
Items from the 1993 Vs. era. They include a series of Vedder’s stage-worn jackets, a camera used by the band’s videographer Kevin Shuss to record live footage, a bass destroyed by Ament, Stone Gossard’s cow stage prop and awards including their American Music Award for “Favorite New Artist: Heavy Metal/Hard Rock.”
Instruments destroyed by Ament, McCready, Gossard and Vedder