Pearl Jam Performs ‘Binaural’ In Its Entirety For The First Time Ever

first_imgGuitarist Mike McCready promised Pearl Jam fans that more full-album shows were on the horizon, and he didn’t disappoint. For the third time on this tour, Pearl Jam played one of their classic albums in its entirety, as they launched into a complete working of Binaural (2000) at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON last night.The band has been rocking the full albums on this tour, beginning on April 16th, when the band surprised South Carolina fans with a complete performance of Vs. Then, on April 29th, Pearl Jam celebrated their tenth sold-out performance in Philadelphia, PA with a live version of the full Ten album. Considering the band has ten albums, it will be exciting to see if they play any more of them!The show last night started with a handful of classics, including “Go,” “Do The Evolution” and “Mind Your Manners,” before launching into the 13 tracks of Binaural in order. You can watch a couple of highlights from the album, which was only greeted with incredible enthusiasm from the Canadian audience.BreakerfallGod’s DiceEvacuationNothing As It SeemsSleight Of HandThe rest of the show was full of the band’s hits and choice covers, like “Better Man,” “Porch,” John Lennon’s “Imagine,” Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb,” and so many more. The band also welcomed a couple of special guests towards the end of the show, including Mike Dzamia for “Even Flow” and 3rdEyeGirl guitarist Donna Grantis for a cover of Neil Young’s “Rockin’ In The Free World.” Watch the latter below:Pearl Jam is set to do it all again in Toronto tomorrow night, but it’s sure going to be hard to top this performance! Check the setlist below:Edit this setlist | More Pearl Jam setlistslast_img

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