Country star Reba McIntire sings a medley of tunes made famous by the Country Music Hall of Famer in this 1983 set from the Appalachian Fair.
The acoustic guitar virtuoso plays tunes from Regards From Chuck Pink along with a jaw-dropping slide medley featuring "San Antonio Rose."
Front-woman Luisa Black fronts the Jesus and Mary Chain-inspired trio on raw, distortion-laced tunes from Tiger Songs and Nom de Guerre.
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.
August 17th 1998, Carlos Santana gets a star on Hollywood's Walk Of Fame. Check out the man at work 20 years earlier in 1978.
The Mississippi blues man showcases his slide guitar and rough-hewn vocals in this 1968 Newport Folk Festival set.
The comedian makes a special guest appearance at the 10th anniversary party for New York's Catch a Rising Star in 1982.
The prolific singer-songwriter performs "Whiskey River," "Crazy," "On the Road Again" and many others in this intimate two-hour set.
Hear the New Riders just as they were shifting from a Dead side project to a fully realized band with their own following and fan base.
The Nashville band led by Andrew Nelson and Blount Floyd performs country-tinged folk-rock tunes like "Summer Song" and "Tennessee."
After the Bay Area suffered the '89 Earthquake, Bill Graham reached out to a comedy legend to tell jokes and raise money.
The smoothness of his piano and the roughness of his voice make Leon Russell performances memorable like no other.
Carlos conjures the spirit of Jimi Hendrix on a searing, salsafied rendition of "Third Stone from the Sun" in this Bill Graham tribute.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter performs his '80s anthem "The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em)" and other tunes from Rockihnroll.
The dynamic Godfather of Soul ignites the stage with funk classics like "Sex Machine," "Cold Sweat" and "Soul Power" in a '77 set from Boston.
Michael and Kevin Bacon cover the Beatles' "If I Needed Someone" and play their own tunes "36 Cents," "Bus" and "Driver" in this 2016 video.
This playlist culled from classic Newport Jazz Festival concerts is guaranteed to please hard bop aficionados.
Get comfortable, 'cuz all the stories are true - the E Street Band came to play, and they're not gonna stop until the roof caves in!
Recorded the second night of their premiere run at the illustrious venue, this concert captures the band's legendary energy and intensity.
Here are our favorite twisted tales of jealousy, betrayal, and murder, conveyed in the great folk tradition by Joan Baez, Jerry Garcia, Taj Mahal and more.
The whimsical art-rockers explored their fusion fancy at the Boston Garden, but the climax of the show was a loose and raw "Roundabout."
Watch a gorgeous cover of the Smashing Pumpkins tune recorded at the 2011 SXSW Festival.
Known for backing Graham Parker, the English journeymen also gave a modern twist to the sounds of country royalty, June Carter's daughter Carlene.
Ramblin' Jack Elliott taught Bob Dylan how to flat pick, and even loaned Dylan his harmonica holder, which he never got back.
In 1984 at the age of 44, Tina Turner finally hit #1. Hear her talk about her first #1 single in this interview less than a year later.
Wish you were there? See what it would have been like with the 2nd set of this concert from the 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason' tour.
This So-Cal crew is one of the best-selling Latin hip hop groups of all time. It's also possible that they may occasionally smoke marijuana.
The guitarist from Rangoon, Burma was best known for his work with the great French violinist. Hear them together in a 1976 concert.
The gangly Philly funkateer rips it up with his raw, rockin' trio in this concert video from the 1999 Woodstock Festival.
Guitarist-singer Brittany Howard leads the Athens, Alabama-based band on a set of tunes from 2012's Grammy-nominated Boys & Girls.
From gospel-tinged vocals to playing the piano with his cowboy boot, this clip is a perfect distillation of the Killer's audacious genius.
The comedy legend recalls some of his favorite childhood anecdotes including his first love and his namesake.
Back in August of '75 the screamin' demon and his band headed to New York to play this rocking set.
The young blues scholar plays Memphis Minnie's "Bumble Bee Blues," Skip James' "Hard Time Killing Floor" and other Delta numbers in 1998.
The Loading Zone meld genres in this 1967 set where their horn section gives a funky flavor to their blues rock sound.
The 71-year-old funk legend was recently awarded $5 million in lost royalties by an LA jury. Hear him throwing down back in the day.
Guitarist Steve (T. Blade) Berkowitz (now A&R/blues archivist at Sony/Legacy) leads the Boston band on a set of jump blues in 1981.
The instrumental group led by organist Booker T. Jones reprises its 1960 hits "Green Onions" and "Time Is Tight" the Bottom Line, 1977.
This concert from Return To Forever, the reigning fusion juggernaut of its day, marks their first performance with the fiery young guitarist Al Di Meola.
As ski resorts open this weekend from Lake Tahoe to Maine, who better to trumpet the arrival of fresh snow than Ozzy?
The theatrical rocker kicks off his 2014 summer tour this week. See him perform "No More Mr. Nice Guy" and "School's Out" in this 1981 video.
The bassist-composer leads his potent large ensemble on "Monterey Suite," "Last Minute Man" and other tunes from Overtime in 2005.
The irascible guitarist-composer-satirist discusses Alban Berg, Elliott Carter, Charles Ives, the Beatles and his Bongo Fury in a '75 interview.
Listen in on this 1978 recording to hear Duke's thoughts on the Dukey Stick, Sheila E., Shuggie Otis and more.
Boz Scaggs and Quicksilver Messenger Service guitarist John Cipollina sit in with the Dead on Robert Johnson's "Walkin' Blues" in this 1982 set.
The great guitarist-singer performs "Without a Song," "Skylark," "I Only Have Eyes for You" with the Count Basie Orchestra at '90 Newport.
This star studded playlist of Electric Lady artists commemorates the opening of Hendrix's famed studio, 42 years ago.
Singer Willy DeVille leads one of the original CBGB house bands through "Venue of Avenue D" and "Gunslinger" in this 1979 set.