Paul Weller and Mick Talbot lead the British band on hit singles "Speak Like a Child," "Money-Go-Round" and "My Ever Changing Moods."
Although best know for his work with musicians like Bob Dylan and Mike Bloomfied, Al Kooper proves in this show how powerful he can be on his own.
The country blues guitarist-singer channels his role models Robert Johnson, Blind WIllie McTell and Son House in this solo set from 1973.
The Canadian band performs acoustic versions of "Brian Wilson," "One Week" and "If I Had $1,000,000" from their 1998 breakout album Stunt.
The former founding member of The Minutemen leads his group on "Against the '70s," "Piss-Bottle Man" and "Chinese Firedrill" in a '95 set.
The avant garde pioneer and innovative bandleader performs his classics "Astro Black" and "Space Is The Place" at Carnegie Hall, 1973.
The British band led by keyboardist Rod Argent plays their classics "Hold Your Head Up" and "God Gave Rock and Roll to You" in 1973.
Bassist-singer Richard Page leads the pop group on their hit "Broken Wings" and other tunes from their album Welcome to the Real World.
Fresh off his departure from the James Gang, Joe Walsh delivers this stirring performance with Barnstorm, including his soon-to-be hit "Rocky Mountain High."
In the midst of a 1989 European tour, JC took time to talk shop with World of Rock radio host Scott Muni.
The husband-wife duo of Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley leads the Hoboken band on "Paul Is Dead" and others from Electr-O-Pura.
Rock's greatest guitarist dips into a set of stone blues numbers by the likes of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf along with his own "Red House."
The popular tenorist leads a quintet featuring Bob James, John Abercrombie, Tony Levin and Steve Gadd in this 1975 concert.
The former Television frontman performs his "Marquee Moon" and "Souvenir from a Dream" and covers Count Five's "Psychotic Reaction."
The enigmatic guitarist accompanies his eerie falsetto vocals on moody numbers like "Devil Got My Woman" and "Cherry Ball Blues" in 1968.
Hear the King & his signature Gibson ES-355 light up Long Island with his incomparable storytelling and regal string-bending.
Echo & The Bunnymen play their first UK hit "Crocodiles," which morphs into their version of the Doors' classic "Light My Fire."
The Haitian-American hip hop star interprets the Bee Gees' "Staying Alive," Elvis' "Jailhouse Rock" and Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart."
The Farfisa organ-fueled British 2-Tone ska-wave band plays infectious fare like "Rescue Me" and "Feelin' High" on the 1980 Son of Stiff tour.
The great guitarist-singer performs "Without a Song," "Skylark," "I Only Have Eyes for You" with the Count Basie Orchestra at '90 Newport.
The contemporary country duo premiere their single "Somebody Buy This Cowgirl a Beer" at the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition.
Psychedelic folk pioneers The Incredible String Band show their multi-instrumental talents in this eclectic 1968 set.
The neo-psychedelic Austin band performs echo/fuzz-laden anthems like "Black Grease" and "The Sniper at the Gates of Heaven" in 2008.
Mandolinist and guitarist blend on some high lonesome harmonies on "20-20 Vision" and other tunes from Sleep With One Eye Open in 2011.
The Alabama-born singer-songwriter performs his "Lovin' Up a Storm" and "Midnight Hauler" and covers Willie Nelson's "Night Life" in 1981.
Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe blend vocals in an Everly Brothers vein on "I Knew The Bride" and "Here Comes the Weekend" in this 1978 set.
The southern rock band, led by guitarist-songwriter Toy Caldwell, premieres their hit song "Can't You See" in this 1975 concert.
Fearlessly funky and surprisingly earnest, this reformed lineup brought the already massively popular quartet to new heights.
The controversial David Allen Coe surrounded himself with quite a roster at this Florida concert, including future Allmans-axeman Warren Haynes.
Instantly recognizable and bad as hell, this Willie Dixon tune was a classic the moment Muddy Waters recorded it. Now hear killer variations from Vault greats.
This 1977 show by The Kinks features old and new material performed during their comeback tour, one of their greatest ever.
Winwood, Wood and Capaldi have never sounded more inspired than they do right here, cementing this show as one of the greatest Traffic sets ever recorded.
See one of the earliest performances by the three virtuosos John McLaughin, Al Di Meola and Paco de Lucia from the Warfield in S.F.
The synth wiz-composer and Weather Report co-founder plays "Patriots" and "Carnavalito" with his powerhouse fusion band in '97.
Despite having all their gear stolen hours before the show, Humble Pie persevered to deliver a rocking set full of old favorites and new jams.
In this interview with Frankie Valli, he humbly speaks of his massive achievements over three generations.
The high-energy blues 'n' boogie man plays "Bo Diddley," "Spoonful" and "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" in this intimate acoustic set.
The prolific singer-songwriter and solo troubadour premieres "It's Peaceful Here" and other tunes from 2010's # Zero With a Bullet.
Michael Brecker, David Sanborn, Arturo Sandoval, Regina Carter and Diana Krall are featured at this edition of George Wein's jazzfest.
The comedian makes a special guest appearance at the 10th anniversary party for New York's Catch a Rising Star in 1982.
Kim Wilson and Jimmie Vaughan lead the Austin band on "You Ain't Nuthin' But Fine" and "Runnin' Shoes" from What's the Word.
Shortly before Joe Perry left Aerosmith in 1979, he started to work on his own project. Hear him flying solo in 1980, just after their first album was released.
The great lyricist, poet, and artist, discusses his 1988 solo record, as well what it's like to collaborate with well-known pop stars.
Today is a time to be thankful for your entire family, including everybody's Godfather of Soul. Listen to this amazing performer, better than ever.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Mark Knopfler leads the band on tunes from Making Movies and Love Over Gold in this 1983 concert.
One this day in 1975, the Thin White Duke released his hit single, co-written by John Lennon. Hear it on his Young Americans tour of '76.
The Piano Man, who plays Madison Square Garden this week, performs many of his classics and premieres tunes from River of Dreams.
UK ska band Madness blazes through this excellent set at breakneck speed, but not before delivering lively readings of hits "Our House" and "One Step Beyond."