Sixteen Pearl Jam tunes to be used in US television drama

The veteran rockers gear up for debut album re-release

Sixteen Pearl Jam  tunes to be used in US television drama
Sixteen Pearl Jam songs are set to be featured in the season finale of the US television crime drama series 'Cold Case' in May.

This is the first time the band have allowed a television programme to use songs from their entire catalogue. Several songs featured in the show will be from Pearl Jam's 1991 debut album 'Ten', which is being reissued in the US on March 24.

The two-part season finale will air on CBS television on two consecutive Sundays, May 3 and May 10.

Meanwhile, Pearl Jam have announced the dates of a brief European tour this summer, as previously reported.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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