The granddaddy of all festivals closes today with performances by First Aid Kit, Lord Huron, Laura Marling, Blake Miles, Field Report and more.
The 47th edition of George Wein's clambake continues today with Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Nikki Lane, Spirit Family Reunion and more.
The Scottish singer and actress turns 85 today. Hear her with vocalese masters Lambert, Hendricks & Ross at the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival.
The 57th edition of the grandaddy of all music festivals kicks off with Iron & Wine, Watkins Family Hour, Calexico and others.
The vibraphonist-composer and bandleader premieres "Flying Colors," "Bamboot," "Sara's Touch" and other tunes from his album Wanderlust.
The late pianist-educator and Art Tatum protege was born this week in 1921. Hear him stretch on "Stella by Starlight" in this '73 solo set.
The Scottish funk band performs their million-selling instrumental hit "Pick Up the Pieces" and the slow-grooving "School Boy Crush" in '78.
The post-punk art rockers perform quirky anthems like "Whip It," "Mongoloid" and "Jocko Homo" and cover the Stones' "Satisfaction."
Clarence Fountain and Jimmy Carter lead the gospel group on "Brother Moses" and other tunes from Deep River in this 1994 concert.
The Man in Black performs his signature tunes "Folsom Prison Blues" and "Ring Of Fire" at the 1995 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame show.
The pop diva sings a Motown medley, "Lady Sings the Blues," Stevie Wonder's "Ribbon in the Sky" and Michael Jackson's "Beat It."
Hear the Manhattan Transfer vocalist blend with her fellow singers on jazz gems like "Jeanine," "Birdland" and "Four Brothers" in 1983.
The guitarist formerly known as Saul Hudson turns 50 today. Hear him with Carole King in '93 and play "Red House" with Boz Scaggs in '95.
The Godfather of Funk, who turned 74 this week, leads the P-Funk All-Stars on "Cosmic Slop," "Flashlight" and "Atomic Dog" in this '95 set.
The New Orleans trumpeter, who died this week in 1995, leads the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on "Ice Cream" and other tunes in a '73 set.
The fusion guitar hero unleashes his signature speed licks on tunes from Elegant Gypsy and Casino in this '78 set
The actor, troubadour and civil rights activist died Monday at age 91. Hear him sing in Yiddish, Spanish and Ukranian at '68 Newport.
The B-52's played for their largest crowd yet at the 1980 heatwave festival, debuting some never-before-heard material.
Eddie Vedder fronts the Seattle grunge band in premiering tunes from Vitology like "Whipping" and "Satan's Bed" in this 1994 concert.
The bassist-composer leads his potent fusion group on Return To Forever's "Beyond the Seventh Galaxy" and his signature "School Days."
The Southern California retro-swing band plays Cab Calloway's "Minnie the Moocher" and their jump blues single "Go Daddy-O" in this '98 set.
See the Chicago blues icon perform his signature tunes "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Long Distance Call" and "Got My Mojo Working" in 1971.
The country rock group covers Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Green River" and the Marshall Tucker Band's "Can't You See" in this '81 set.
The heartland rockers bring their quintessentially American sound to the Hammersmith-Odeon on their 1980 Damn the Torpedoes tour.
In July of 1957, the prolific bassist-composer Charles Mingus recorded Tijuana Moods. Hear him at the 1977 Nice Jazz Festival.
The Nashville-based instrumental band led by guitarist Jeremy Fetzer and pedal steel ace Spencer Cullum Jr. blends funk, surf and country.
The Brooklyn-born cowboy performs Dylan's "Don't Think Twice It's Alright" and is joined by Bob Weir on the Dead's "Friend of the Devil."
The guitar great turns 68 today. See him as a 23-year-old wailing on super-charged versions of "Black Magic Woman" and "Soul Sacrifice."
The Haitian-American hip hop star interprets the Bee Gees' "Staying Alive," Elvis' "Jailhouse Rock" and Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart."
The country and bluegrass singer-mandolin picker turns 60 today. Hear him perform "Don't Get Above Your Raisin'" and "Low And Lonely."
The U.K. organist/fusion pioneer, who turns 76 today, plays "Freedom Jazz Dance" and "Compared to What" with his Oblivion Express.
The singer-songwriter and country star performs her hit songs "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You" in this 1977 set from the Bottom Line.
Eric Clapton leads the group on classics like "Let It Rain," "Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?" and a cover of "Little Wing" in this '70 set.
The pioneering electric guitarist, who was born this week in 1921, swings hard with his trumpet playing partner Ruby Braff in this '73 set.
The Animals bassist, who would later manage the Jimi Hendrix Experience, passed this week in 1996. Hear him on a 1983 reunion tour.
The clever songsmith plays "King Of The Road" and "England Swings" then scats a blue streak on "Dang Me" in this set from Fort Worth.
Hear the legendary saxophonist perform searing renditions of "My Favorite Things" and "Leo" at '66 Newport.
The classic lineup (Al Anderson, Terry Adams, Joey Spampinato, Tom Staley) plays "RC Cola and a Moon Pie" and Sun Ra's "Rocket Number 9."
The guitarist-composer premieres his new band featuring Lyle Mays, Mark Egan and Danny Gottlieb at this concert in Portland, Maine.
Hear the iconic singer-songwriter perform "Cat's in the Cradle," "Taxi" and "W.O.L.D." in this '77 set.
The Texas guitar slinger rocks out with his band and gets bluesy with Muddy Waters, Son Seals and B.B. King.
The Grateful Dead bassist leads a group on versions of "Box of Rain," "Sugar Magnolia" and "China Cat Sunflower" in this 2008 concert.
Hear the guitar virtuoso perform "Ice 9," "Satch Boogie" and "Surfing With the Alien" at this 1988 concert in California.
Hear the guitar god tour in support of his first major release, Texas Flood and premiere tunes from his followup, Couldn't Stand the Weather.
The swinging drummer performs "Nardis," "Very Early" and "Some Other Time" in the great pianist's trio.
London-based songwriter Alessio Natalizia performs his mesmerizing "Dear Me" and beguiling "I Don't Want To Start All Over Again."
The guitarist-singer performs tunes from his breakthrough album Strong Persuader and premieres Don't Be Afraid of the Dark in 1987.
New guitarist Vinnie Vincent convinced Gene Simmons and the boys to perform without their trademark facepaint in support of Lick It Up.