Pearl Jam Discontinues Fan Club Singles Series After More Than 25 Years

After 27 years, Pearl Jam’s fan club singles series, the Ten Club, is coming to an end.

Since its inception in 1991, the fan club has sent exclusive singles to its members each December. The announcement was made via the band’s website on Thursday.

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“Beginning January 1, 2019 the Ten Club Single will be discontinued,” the message posted to the band’s website reads. “Pearl Jam and all of us at Ten Club appreciate the loyalty and dedication from our members. It has been amazing to watch the fan club evolve over the years into the tight-knit community it is today, and we’re excited to see what the future holds.”

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The most-famous Ten Club release was the B-side of Pearl Jam’s 1998 release, a cover of the 1960s song “Last Kiss”. The tune would go on to become the band’s biggest Billboard hit to date, peaking at number two on the Hot 100 chart in 1999.

Earlier this year, the band celebrated the 25th anniversary of their iconic Vs. album.

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