Thursday, May 6, 2010

Arcata Company Lands Pearl Jam Gig

Posted By on Thu, May 6, 2010 at 11:24 AM

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StreamGuys, an Arcata-based company that provides streaming media services (like allowing you to listen to KHUM online, for example), is now fulfilling the flannel-clad dreams of diehard grungers everywhere: Earlier this week, Pearl Jam, the seminal (as in semen, to which the band's name refers) Seattle angst-rockers, launched Pearl Jam Radio, an online, 'round-the-clock feed of Pearl jams spanning the band's 20-year career. The tunes, from bootleg concert recordings and rarities to studio tracks, is streaming courtesy of the techie dudes working out of an old church in Bayside.

"As an aging '90s rocker, nothing made my year more than [getting] to support the streaming of the new Pearl Jam radio," StreamGuys Chief Operating Officer and co-owner Jonathan Speaker said this morning. 

Rock on.

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