"We couldn't be more excited to unveil this to you," said Vaughan in a YouTube video released April 29. "For our hometown boys, thank you for all your support of the store."
Vaughan says the shop carries Vault Edition music of the Seattle-based band, including records never seen by the public. Other swag includes t-shirts, patches, jerseys, housewares, and accessories. Vaughan also says the products are fully sanctioned by the band.
Pearl Jam officially tweeted out a picture of the new shop on Saturday morning.