Our instincts were correct to follow the story and it took us to a historic Game 7 of the WORLD SERIES, ending a 108 year drought for the CUBS.
Amidst the Chicago Cubs' historic World Series run last summer, Pearl Jam played a pair of concerts at Wrigley Field in what would become a culmination of a decades-long love affair between the team, the city, and the band. From "Ten" to "Lightning Bolt", the feature film shuffles through the band's catalog, spanning its 25-year career. The shows were a massive success for fans and the band, and especially singer/huge Cubs fan Eddie Vedder. This fall, that journey will be explored in a new documentary concert film from director Danny Clinch, Let's Play Two. "I have learned to welcome the unexpected and it always pays off if you're ready for it".
TEN CLUB will host special members-only screenings of "Let's Play Two" at METRO in CHICAGO's WRIGLEYVILLE neighborhood on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th and THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th. Let's Play Two releases to home video on November 17th, with more details of the Blu-ray and DVD release to follow in the coming weeks. Today, Pearl Jam announced the movie has a theatrical release date of September 29, and that they will release a soundtrack album culled from the performances on CD and vinyl on the same day. The film's USA television premiere airs on FS1 on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th immediately following Game 1 of the AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES. Black 8. Corduroy 9.