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Happy birthday, Pearl Jam; The Points break up; Local singer Danni Rosner lands TV spot

ralph stanleyHappy birthday, Peejays. (Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

By Chris Richards

- Happy rock news: Pearl Jam celebrates 20 years of bandhood today. The grunge survivors are marking the occasion by launching a Sirius XM radio station dedicated to their sprawling catalog of live and studio performances. If you like Mike McCready solos, you're already tuned in.

- Bumming rock news: Washington City Paper reports that local garage rock barnstormers the Points have broken up.

- Conan O'Brien returns to our television sets on Nov. 8 and his first music guest will be Jack White.

- Arlington singer Danni Rosner's tune "In the City" can be heard on tonight's episode of the new Tony Danza series "Teach." It airs at 10 p.m on A&E and Sarah Godfrey at TBD has the full story about how the placement came to be.

By Chris Richards  | October 22, 2010; 11:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Danni Rosner, Jack White, Pearl Jam, The Points  
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