Jamily Matters

Jamily Matters

Two music industry veterans team up to delve into one of the most influential bands of all time. Join Roche (of rock radio station, DC101) and Billie Jean Sarullo (of The Orchard, a division of Sony Music Entertainment) on an exploration of the music, performances, and culture of Pearl Jam.... Show More

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January 5, 2020 57 min

Is Vs. the most important Pearl Jam album? You can make a strong case that it is and on this episode of Jamily Matters, Roche and Billie Jean discuss why (12:22) then give their rankings of the album that solidified the band's place in rock music.  

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December 22, 2019 55 min

After a string of solid but unspectacular efforts, Backspacer showed the world that Pearl Jam still had "it." On this episode of Jamily Matters, Roche and Billie Jean discuss the band's ninth studio album and its importance to the PJ catalog (5:36) before ranking the songs on this underrated album.

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December 6, 2019 19 min

Passion has to start somewhere and in this episode of Jamily Matters, Billie Jean and Roche share the origins of their passion for Pearl Jam. They'll also break down what you can expect from the podcast and what the first series of episodes will be about. 



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