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Pearl Jam’s “Alive” Comes Full Circle

Eddie Vedder finds closure on his latest solo album Earthling, with some help from his biological father and the main influence of one of Pearl Jam’s biggest hits.

Photo credit Michael Ryan Kravetsky

“Son,” she said, “have I got a little story for you
What you thought was your daddy…

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Rob Janicke

Rob Janicke

Ran an indie record label, now running a new multimedia site called Generation Riff. More info on Twitter @robjanicke & @generationriff linktr.ee/RobJanicke

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