Pearl Jam’s lead vocalist Eddie Vedder as soon as thought the rock band wouldn’t make it to the stage once more following the Roskilde tragedy in 2000.

In Vedder’s current Audible Authentic, “I Am Mine,” he bravely recalled the tragedy that occurred twenty years in the past. In accordance with the guitarist, he as soon as thought they need to by no means play once more after the deadly incident.

“There was at the least one individual within the band, I keep in mind, that thought that possibly we must always by no means play once more,” Vedder stated. “And if that is one thing the remainder of us did not really feel, it nonetheless was not one thing that might be simply dismissed.”

However two months after, they started touring once more and launched their US leg. Vedder and the opposite members reportedly “disappeared into Europe” after the tragedy and took his time to take Spanish guitar classes.

As a substitute of giving up, they began processing what occurred as people and helped each other be taught one thing from it.

How Pearl Jam’s First Present After Tragedy Went

Vedder additionally touched on the occasions that occurred throughout their Virginia Seashore tour in August 2000. He revealed that he and the members’ nerves “had been heightened” the evening earlier than the occasion. Once they did their soundcheck, they reportedly noticed empty seats that seemingly gave them unfavourable emotions.

“There was a lot emotion happening, I assumed, ‘I can harness this, I gotta do one thing.’ I had a small tape recorder, and that is after I recorded and discovered the tune ‘I Am Mine.’ It was all about preparing for that first present, and hoping we might all be secure the following evening,” he went on.

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The Roskilde tragedy left 9 folks – all males — useless and 26 folks injured.

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At the moment, Pearl Jam had an roughly 50,000 viewers. Thirty minutes after the live performance started, folks fell into each other as the gang made wave-like motions. Individuals additionally began to push ahead in pursuit of getting close to the stage.

Sadly, the gang led folks to overlook the opening within the venue, with a number of concertgoers falling on it.

All 9 folks died because of asphyxiation after lower than 5 minutes of lack of oxygen. The heavy rainfall additionally made the live performance floor extra slippery.

Ten years after the incident, Patti Smith held a pre-concert ceremony and paid tribute to the victims.

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