Mike Bloomfield was one of the most underrated and influential blues musicians of his time. Hear him tear the house down in this superb 1974 recording.
The soulful singer and real-deal guitar slinger digs in on "Just Won't Burn" and the gospel-tinged "The Feeling Music Brings" in 2007.
Reba pays tribute to Nashville legend Patsy Cline in this superb show from 1983 in Tennessee.
The rebellious proto-punk band performs angry anthems like "Kick Out the Jams" and "I'm Mad Like Elridge Cleaver" in this 1968 concert.
Whether you're a lifelong fan, or just know Evans' piano prowess from Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue, check out this great concert from '67.
The retro rockabilly singer performs 1957 hits "Twenty Flight Rock," "Red Hot" and "Flying Saucer Rock 'n' Roll" in this '87 set from Boston.
The Toronto-based band celebrated the anniversary of 1988's The Trinity Sessions album with this performance at 2008 Newport.
The late Texas guitar hero unleashes his fabled chops on "Say What!" and other tunes from Soul to Soul in this 1985 concert video.
The multi-faceted new vaudevillians from Santa Cruz perform their death-defying (and hilarious) juggling routines in this 1981 set.
Frontman Craig Finn leads the Brooklyn-based alt-rock band on tunes from Boys and Girls in America and Stay Positive in this 2009 set.
Guitarist Warren Haynes leads the jam band on "Grinning' in Your Face" from their self-titled debut and a raunchy cover of "Young Man Blues."
The great fiddler squares off with the mandolin maestro on "Please Release Me," "Take the A Train" and "Orange Blossom Special" in this uncut '73 set.
The Texas guitar slinger plays with typical intensity on "Say What!," "Couldn't Stand the Weather" and "Texas Flood" in this '84 set.
Hear the original jam band premiere tunes from Terrapin Station and cover the Young Rascals' "Good Lovin'" at the Capitol Theater.
The Brit new wave band, led by guitarist-singer Jimmie O'Neill, plays "Criminal Love" and "Bulletproof Love" from Distinguishing Marks.
Still going strong after a decade of rocking, the band was recorded in this concert in 1987 is during their tour in support of the #1 album Third Stage.
In this 1975 interview with Mary Travers, Jerry discusses making a Grateful Dead film, Kesey's Acid Tests and developing band chemistry.
San Diego duo of guitarist-frontman Anthony "Tone" Catalano and drummer Celeste "C.C." Spina plays "Superblues" and others at SXSW.
The big band juggernaut, a modern jazz institution, performs in its earliest incarnation at the 1966 Newport Jazz Festival.
Billy Gibbons leads the bearded power trio on "Cheap Sunglasses," "La Grange," "Tush" and a cover of "Jailhouse Rock" in this 1980 set.
Brian Wilson and crew join the Dead on "Riot In Cell Block #9," "Okie From Muskogee" and "Johnny B. Goode" in this '71 Fillmore East set.
With his white pompadour and powerhouse 12-piece band, the White Knight of Soul covers Sam & Dave, Otis Redding and Wilson Pickett at this 1971 concert.
Miller's band backs Berry on classics like "School Days," "Sweet Little Sixteen," "Reelin' and "Rockin'" and "My Ding-a-Ling" in this '67 set.
The two Grateful Dead frontmen are joined by Neil Young on harmonica on "Wang Dang Doodle" and also play "Ripple" in this '88 acoustic set.
Celebrate the blues harp ace with a playlist comprised of performances from 1968 and 1978 featuring Wells and longtime partner, guitarist Buddy Guy.
Barney Kessel joins Great Guitars partner Herb Ellis on "Crazy Rhythm," "Broadway" and Charlie Christian's "Seven Come Eleven" in this '75 set.
The standup (and voice of Rabbi Hyman Krustofski in "The Simpsons") skewers politics, Jewish-Gentile differences and more in this '91 concert.
Adam Stephens and Tyson Vogel are back on the road behind a new album, hear 4 new tracks from their recent Daytrotter session here.
With their expansive, anthemic sound perfected on 1987's The Joshua Tree, U2 was poised to conquer the world, stadium by stadium.
The elegant and swinging vocalist, affectionately known as "Sassy" or "The Divine One," casts her spell at the 1964 Newport Jazz Festival.
Brian May recently dispelled rumors of Sascha Baron Cohen starring as the late Queen frontman in an upcoming bio pic. Hear them in 1977.
Hear the guitar god stretch on an 18-minute version of "Are You Experienced?" and a 13-minute version of his slow blues "Red House."
Former 'Til Tuesday singer performs "31 Today," "Freeway" and other confessional tunes from her album @#%&*! Smilers in this 2008 set.
The pianist and prolific composer introduces "Blowin' the Blues Away" and "Cookin' at the Continental" at the 1959 Newport Jazz Festival.
The Minneapolis funk band, portrayed as Prince's rivals in the film Purple Rain, perform "The Walk" and "The Bird" in this 1983 concert.
With a few concrete examples and some face-melting guitar-work, Albert King gives a synopsis of the blues in the days before Powerpoint.
The fan-favorite from Everybody Loves Raymond and 'Til Death kicks off this sampler from the famed comedy club.
Remember the late Alvin Lee as he talks with Mary Travers in 1975 about why he left Ten Years After and how his newest album was recorded.
Though their holiday hit "Merry Xmas Everybody" had yet to be released, there's still plenty of festive cheer during this 1973 concert.
Rod Argent, keyboardist and founder of the British Invasion band, joins singer Colin Blunstone on "Time of the Season" and "She's Not There."
The iconic singer-songwriter and recent Nobel Prize winner performs solo versions of "Just Like a Woman" and "Girl From the North Country."
The Delta bluesman, a peer of pioneers Charley Patton and Blind Lemon Jefferson, delivers with raw, emotional intensity in a '68 Ash Grove set.
Hear Umphrey's McGee, rulers of the jamband circuit, abandon their lengthy improvisations in favor of songcraft in their debut Daytrotter session from 2012.
Learn a thing or two from the crowned Queen of Rock with this personal interview, only a year after her hit "What's Love Got to Do With It?"
The Brit art rock band just released its ninth studio album, A Moon Shaped Pool. Hear them premiere The Bends in this '85 Tramps set.
The Atlanta-based band plays "March of the Gringo" and other tunes from 2008's All Y'all and 2011's Count Yer Lucky Stars in this playlist.
The core four performs folksy tunes with clawhammer banjo player Abigail Washburn and guitarist-singer Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes.
The British big bandleader, who was knighted in 2006, makes his first appearance in the United States at the 1959 Newport Jazz Festival.