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Hear intimate performances by Doc Watson, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton and a host of others in this two-hour playlist.
The rootsy Greensboro, North Carolina-based band performs tunes from 2009's So Long I Screamed and 2012's Sweat Like the Old Days.
At the time of this concert, the band was at the height of its popularity on the strength of "Money for Nothing," which reached #1 in 1985.
Harmonizing guitar solos, swinging bass lines, songs about bar fights. You better believe it's a Thin Lizzy show. Here they are in 1977.
For American cinema fans, "Layla" has conjured images of mob hits and meathooks since the film's release in September of 1990.
The great bassist-composer and former Weather Report member died on this day in 1987. Hear him lead his big band in this dynamic set.
The Canadian power trio brought their Grace Under Pressure Tour home and proceeded to set Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens ablaze.
Guitarist David Hidalgo and the band from East L.A. summon up the spirit of Jimi on "Are You Experienced" in this set from '99 Woodstock.
The Mort Sahl of the folk scene flashes his acerbic wit on a set of smart, politically-charged tunes from the Great American Music Hall in 1979.
The great alto saxophonist leads his potent quintet on classics like "Del Sasser" and "Work Song" at the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival.
The acclaimed actor (Dumb and Dumber, The Newsroom, Something Wild) is also a prolific songwriter and accomplished fingerstyle guitarist.