Pearl Jam Perform ‘No Code’ In Its Entirety In the Quad Cities
If you were lucky enough to see Pearl Jam in the Quad Cities last night (Oct. 17), you might have experienced one of the most special concerts they’ve put on in a long, long time.
The 36-song set included the debut of the appropriately titled track, ‘Moline’ -- Moline, Ill. is part of the Quad Cities, and the concert was at the town’s I Wireless Center. With lyrics like, “Been here before / But that must have been a dream,” Eddie Vedder no doubt made some fans’ dreams come true (dreams they didn’t even realize they had). Check out the solo performance below:
And beyond that special song, Pearl Jam kicked the night off (after a performance of ‘Elderly Woman Behind the Counter In a Small Town’) with ‘Sometimes,’ followed by ‘Hail Hail,’ followed by ‘Who You Are’ ... see where this is going? They jammed all 13 songs from 1996’s ‘No Code’ -- this marked the first time on their current tour that they played ‘I’m Open.’ Watch fan-filmed footage of track No. 2, ‘Hail, Hail,' in the first video above, and 'Present Tense,' below:
There aren't many more chances to see Pearl Jam on the 'Lightning Bolt' tour (five to be exact -- two of which are sold-out); get their remaining schedule here.