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On this day in 1973, The Who were in Philly on their legendary U.S. Quadrophenia tour. Relive the moment here.
A star studded cast is currently filming a movie about James Brown's rise to fame titled Get On Up. Get excited with this show from 1969.
The guitar great turns 83 today. Hear him perform tasty renditions of "Chelsea Bridge" and "With a Song in My Heart" in this '86 set.
The former lead singer of Black Sabbath turns 65 today. Hear him perform "Mr. Crowley," "Crazy Train" and "Iron Man" in this '86 concert.
Hear the Texas blues man, accompanied by Bernie Pearl, perform at Ash Grove back in 1966.
At the time of this concert, the Isley Brothers were at the top of their game. Their release 3 + 3 was blowing up and soon to go platinum.
The Jefferson Airplane guitarist returns to his folk roots in this intimate set from the tiny back room of McCabe's guitar shop in Santa Monica.
Pink Floyd's 1977 tour is widely considered to be one of the band's most memorable. The group's popularity was at an all-time peak.
The country-rock troubador performs "Christmas in Washington" and other politically-tinged tunes from his 1997 album, El Corazon.
Laurie Anderson performs spoken word material from The Ugly One With Jewels before introducing then-boyfriend Lou Reed.
On this day 40 years ago, the illustrious jazz fusion ensemble brought their seminal sound to Constitution Hall in D.C.