When Pearl Jam first began performing as Mookie Blaylock (the name of a basketball player for the New Jersey Nets) in 1990, it was not a foregone conclusion that more than a quarter century later they'd still be selling out venues as large as Madison Square Garden, Fenway Park, and Wrigley Field—on multiple nights, no less. But something clicked when a San Diego surfer named Eddie Vedder added his lyrics to Seattle musicians Stone Goddard's...Continue Reading