Live Pearl Jam 'Touring Band 2000' DVD Delayed

Seattle band's three-hour DVD, out May 1, will feature 28 live performances.

Pearl Jam fans looking forward to the band's first concert DVD are going to have to wait a little longer. Epic Records has bumped back the release date for "Pearl Jam: Touring Band 2000" from April 10 to May 1.

As was the case for the band's much-ballyhooed "bootleg" series, though, members of Pearl Jam's Ten Club fan organization will get first crack at the disc, which will be available to them beginning April 17, according to Epic. The three-hour DVD will feature 28 live performances as well as videos for "Oceans" and "Do the Evolution" — the latter directed by "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane.

The footage, lensed by Pearl Jam crew members, also includes three songs filmed in "Matt-cam," with a mix emphasizing drummer Matt Cameron's stick work.

The band recently released the last chunk of "bootlegs," live recordings of every show of its 2000 tour of Europe and North America. The November 6 Seattle, Washington, show, a three-disc affair, entered the Billboard 200 albums chart last week at #98.