Robert "Kool" Bell leads his New Jersey-based funk crew on "Hollywood Swinging," "Summer Madness" and others in this set from Boston.
We're featuring a different classic concert from the Winterland Ballroom every day through New Year's, kicking off suitably with the 'house band' in finest form.
Jerry Garcia and members of the Grateful Dead join the Allman Brothers Band on "Whipping Post" in this New Year's Eve show from 1973.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra released their aptly titled sophomore record II this week to rave reviews. Listen to their weird blend of psychedelic pop here.
Dubbed 'the quintessential critics band,' the trio led by guitarist-singer Ira Kaplan premieres moody-edgy tunes from Electr-O-Pura.
Hear hookmeisters John Fogerty, John Hiatt, Warren Zevon, Bruce Springsteen, Marshall Crenshaw and others in this 3-hour playlist.
With Michael on tenor sax and Randy on trumpet, the brothers unleash their innovative brand of funk-fusion at this smoking City Center concert.
The late, great guitar slinger showcases his unparalleled chops on his "Five String Blues" and "The Messiah Will Come Again" in this '73 set.
While Santana has explored many styles of music and played with countless musicians, the one constant remains his incomparable guitar.
See rare footage of the prolific singer-songwriter in his skinny, nerdy, angry young man phase, performing tunes from This Year's Model.
The Jamaican reggae band performs "Don't Cry On The Railroad Track," "Brand New Beggar" and other tunes from their '76 self-titled debut.
See the band perform acoustic versions of "Losing My Religion" and "Man on the Moon," and be joined by Neil Young on "Country Feedback."
In this 1989 interview with the legendary WNEW DJ, Reed discusses his current album New York and his songwriting process.
The venerable drummer-composer performs with Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard and leads his own group, Cosmic Chicken, in this playlist.
The singer-songwriter and son of alt-country artist Steve Earle performs tunes from Midnight at the Movies and Harlem River Blues.
The hippy-dippy duo smokes up and recreates their Sister Mary Elephant routine before a rowdy Daytona Beach crowd in 1977.
The SRV-inspired guitarist performs tunes from Trouble Is... and concludes his '98 set with a fiery version of Hendrix's "Voodoo Child."
Laurie Anderson performs spoken word material from The Ugly One With Jewels before introducing then-boyfriend Lou Reed.
Watch or listen to this set featuring the new wave hero and his original backing band rocking the Capitol Theatre in May of '78.
The Texas singer-songwriter and blues harpist performs his "Two More Bottles of Wine" and "Givin' It Up for You Love" in this '95 Tramps set.
Taj Mahal joins forces with guitarist Ry Cooder in The Rising Sons, a Los Angeles-based blues band that frequented the Ash Grove in 1965.
The alto sax great delivers scorching licks and witty repartee with his quintet in separate concerts from 1960 and 1975.
Gruff-voiced Omar Dykes fronts the tough Texas blues-rockers on "Mississippi Hoodoo Man" and "You Ain't Foolin' Nobody" in '87.
Canadian quartet BTO called it quits August 13, 1977. Hear them take care of business in this '74 Chicago set.
Mandolinist-founder Peter Feldmann leads one of California's premier old time bluegrass bands on "Dark as a Dungeon" and "Run Mountain."
The Jones Boys, best known as country legend George Jones' backing band, step into the spotlight with a six-song set of their own.
See Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band perform compelling versions of "Born to Run" and "10th Avenue Freeze Out" in this '78 concert video.
The prolific songwriter sings some of his biggest hits, including "Me and Bobby McGee" and "For the Good Times," in this '82 concert.
In this revealing chat, Bowie talks about the characters he invented, the burgeoning punk movement and the merits of shock value.
The country crossover artist just released her masterpiece, The River & The Thread. Hear her sing "Seven Year Ache" 30 years ago.
Before the 1974 reunion tour of Crosby, Still, Nash and Young, Stephen Stills hit the road with one of the hardest rocking bands he ever assembled.
The guitarist-singer performs "Smoking Gun" and "Right Next Door" from his breakthrough album, Strong Persuader, in this 1987 concert.
He may have been 90, but Eubie Blake's fingers bounced across the piano with ease during this 1973 performance at Carnegie Hall.
As NYC pop-rockers fun. celebrate their Best New Artist Grammy, listen to their incredible '09 session in Rock Island, Il.
The late, pioneering female comedian burns through a rapid-fire string of putdowns about her mother-in-law while opening for Chet Baker in '75.
Billy Joel rocks the U.S.S.R. in '87 as it hadn't been for the longest time.
Enjoy this great session with the fiery British singer-songwriter captured at our home-base two years ago.
Banjo ace Bela Fleck joins mandolinist Sam Bush and the members of this bluegrass superband in a 1985 set from Vanderbilt University.
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.
The Brit heavy metal band, featuring 20-year-old German guitar phenom Michael Shenker, premieres tunes from Force It in this '74 set.
Enjoy this uncut concert of the wonderfully raspy Bob Seger playing Boston Garden in 1980.
The funkiest Brit in New Orleans channels his inner Dr. John on funky renditions of "I Want a Little Girl" and "People Say" in this 1999 set.
Brit glam-rockers Slade took nothing seriously, creating ridiculously catchy, phonetically-titled shout-along anthems for football hooligans everywhere!
Rockin' pianist and singer Adam Weiner leads the Philly-based band on raucous tracks like "The Cat & the Cream" and "Rio" in this 2012 set.
The bizarre radio comedy of this trio including Peter Sellers was cited as a primary influence of both Monty Python and Firesign Theatre, heard here.
The comedian/filmmaker discusses his early standup influences and talks about his upcoming film Annie Hall in this hour-long interview.
Brothers Clarence and Roland White lead the group on "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down," "Uncle Pen" and other tunes from Appalachian Swing!
The remarkable ragtime piano master performs ebullient ditties like "Troublesome Ivories," "Chevy Chase" and "Charleston Rag" at age 94.
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