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Pearl Jam performed their 2000 album, “Binuaral”, in its entirety at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on May 10.
The first of two-night stand in the city marked the Seattle band’s third full-album set on their current North American tour following an April 16 run through of 1993’s “Vs.” in Greenville, SC and their 1991 debut, “Ten”, in Philadelphia, PA on April 29.
The group’s sixth release, “Binaural” peaked at No. 2 on the US Billboard 200 and the Canadian album charts and featured the singles “Nothing As It Seems” and “Light Years.”
In addition to “Binaural”, the 33-song show presented a wide range of material from the group’s catalogue as well as four covers including John Lennon's "Imagine", Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb", “The Real Me” by The Who and a finale of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World” – which saw former Prince guitarist Donna Grantis join in.
Pearl Jam wraps up their spring dates with a second Toronto show on May 12 – bumped from its original May 11 schedule by an NBA playoff game by the Toronto Raptors at the venue.
The group will return to live action next month at Bonnaroo before appearances at two festivals in July, which will be followed by pairs of stadium shows this summer at Boston, MA’s Fenway Park and Chicago, IL’s Wrigley Field.
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