Pearl Jam providing earplugs to fans

March 13, 2016

Pearl Jam has teamed up with MusiCares and are going to offer fans earplugs at all of their upcoming shows.


The band will be offering earplugs in a custom Pearl Jam case to all concert goers in exchange for a small donation to the charity.

Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament said: “Don’t be careless and lazy at loud rock shows or cranking tunes through an old Walkman like I was thirty years ago, (but boy did it all sound good).”

He continued: “Wear hearing protection or you’ll end up with a 1.5k ring in both ears every night when you go to bed or worse when you are trying to enjoy the serene quiet of an empty desert or forest, again like me.”

PHILADELPHIA, PA - SEPTEMBER 02:  Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam  performs during Budweiser Made In America Festival Benefiting The United Way - Day 2 at Benjamin Franklin Parkway on September 2, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

Earlier this year, Pearl Jam donated $125,000 to the Flint Water Crisis. The city’s drinking water supply was found to have contained lead since it switched its water supply from Detroit’s water system to its own Flint River supply in 2014.


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