Some bands have a reputation for fantastic live sets with a second life far beyond the dates on which they initially occurred. The Grateful Dead are, arguably, the apex of this phenomenon, but they\u2019re far from alone in it. And as the internet has made archiving performances easier and easier, more and more artists are embracing online archives where dedicated fans can dive deeply into those artists\u2019 live sets. Looking for an inspirational Bruce Springsteen show, guitar heroics from Neil Young or a steady diet of Fugazi? Dedicated archives for all three have you covered.The latest group to embrace an online archive for their live recordings is Pearl Jam \u2014 who, some may recall, collaborated with Young in the bygone days of the mid-\u201990s. Billboard\u2018s Gil Kaufman has more details on the Pearl Jam archive, titled Deep. It\u2019s available to members of Pearl Jam\u2019s Ten Club, as well as via Spotify and Apple Music. \u201cThe massive drop encompasses fan-favorite bootlegs from tours in 2000, 2003, 2008 and 2013, according to a release announcing the project that ropes in 186 live shows and 5,404 individual tracks,\u201d writes Kaufman.Rolling Stone\u2018s report on the archive also notes that the archive features some pre-existing playlists, including notable covers and moments when the band addressed politics. The archive\u2019s use of vocalist Eddie Vedder\u2019s handwriting has also earned it high marks from several observers. Over the years, Pearl Jam have maintained a consistent presence of quality music \u2014 one could even call it an even flow, if one was inclined. If you\u2019re looking to immerse yourself in one band\u2019s long journey, this is a fine place to do it. More Like This Guns N\u2019 Roses, Pearl Jam, Green Day Among Bands Who Received PPP Loans Pearl Jam\u2019s Lead Guitarist Mike Cready Releases New Book of Photography 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Include Pearl Jam, Joan Baez, and Tupac Thanks for reading InsideHook. Sign up for our daily newsletter and be in the know. The post Pearl Jam Established an Online Live Show Archive appeared first on InsideHook.