Pearl Jam Touches All The Bases At Fenway Park

On Sunday night, Pearl Jam played the first of two shows at Fenway Park, “a religious shrine. People go there to worship,” according to former Red Sox pitcher (and MAGNET hero) Bill “Spaceman” Lee. It’s not surprising, then, that Eddie Vedder and Co. performed a typically god-like, 30-song set, even bringing out hometown hero Bill Janovitz of Buffalo Tom, covering Tom Petty, Neil Young and Little Steven (“I Am A Patriot”; get it?) and honoring John McCain. MAGNET photographer Wes Orshoski was there to get some religion in him—and these great photos.