Listen in on this 1978 recording to hear Duke's thoughts on the Dukey Stick, Sheila E., Shuggie Otis and more.
Norton Buffalo was the real deal, and nobody complimented him like Steve Miller. Hear this pristine '99 Steve Miller Band set with all the go-to greats.
Reggie Watts' brand of comic musical performance art is in full force during this highly entertaining Daytrotter session from 2011.
The Canadian turntablist has his way with Henry Mancini's "Moon River" while flashing dexterity on "Spanky Panky" in this 2011 Daytrotter set.
Jeff Tweedy leads the band on "I Got You (At the End of the Century)" and other tunes from their breakthrough second album, Being There.
The Colorado-based progressive bluegrass group performs "Pockets," "Rag Doll" and "Straight Line" in this 2012 set from North Carolina.
The Teens dropped by Daytrotter to spread some holiday cheer, and some boogers. Neighbor Glenn Danzig, sadly, does not appear.
The East Bay horn-driven funk band was right in the pocket with Lenny Williams leading the charge at Winterland on New Year's Eve '74/'75.
The singer-songwriter exposes you to the awe, uncertainty and bewilderment of young love in this Daytrotter set.
Making a last round after the release of the aptly titled Goodbye, the original power trio is at their best in this raw and unadulterated performance.
Our countdown picks up steam with this Tattoo You-era Rolling Stones concert from their marathon 1981 tour at #3.
Todd Rundgren welcomes special guests Carlos Santana, Jamaaladeen Tacuma and Nona Hendryx to this Forest Hills Tennis Stadium concert.
The Harlem Renaissance poet, playwright and social activist emcees an afternoon program of blues masters at the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival.
The American original plays downhome ditties like "Hillbilly Hula Gal" and "My Baby Don't Dance to Nothin' But Ernest Tubb" in this '92 set.
The singer-songwriter performs "Drunken Angel," "Lake Charles" and other tunes from her Grammy-winning Car Wheels on a Gravel Road.
The singer-songwriter performs his "Take This Job And Shove It," "Long Haired Redneck" and "Jack Daniels, If You Please" in this '84 set.
Recorded a month before the premiere of his leading role in Easy Money, this '83 set finds Rodney at his peak, still getting no respect.
The singer-songwriter gets an assist from guest Bonnie Raitt on "World in Motion" and "Here Come Those Tears Again" in this 1992 set.
The one-time gospel group gets psychedelic on a stretched-out rendition of their crossover hit "Time Has Come Today" in this '68 set.
The baritone sax ace joins the great pianist's trio on "Out Of Nowhere," "Indian Song" and "Things Ain't What They Used To Be" at Newport '69.
The perennial poll-winning guitarist performs this week at Birdland in NYC. See him play "Little Walk" and other tunes from Meant to Be.
The improvising jam band performs tunes from their End of the World Party (Just In Case) along with a Charles Mingus/Sun Ra medley.
The Atlanta-based garage punk band performs "Dumpster Diving" and other tunes from their sixth album Arabia Mountain in this playlist.
Just three months before they released their fourth LP Eat To The Beat in '79, Blondie delivered a set of their New Wave hits to an adoring Dallas crowd.
Hear songs and artists featured in Cameron Crowe's rock masterpiece Almost Famous, which premiered 12 years ago.
Mandolinist-founder Peter Feldmann leads one of California's premier old time bluegrass bands on "Dark as a Dungeon" and "Run Mountain."
The steel string acoustic guitar virtuoso plays "Redwood Ramble," "Orphan's Lament" and premieres his "Green River Suite" in this solo set.
The boys are back in town! Let Thin Lizzy rock out for you in this 1977 concert.
The 62nd edition of the jazzfest concludes today in Rhode Island. See Eddie Palmieri, Pat Metheny and Terence Blanchard at the 52nd edition.
Hear very different renditions of John D. Loudermilk's "Tobacco Road" by Lou Rawls, Edgar Winter, Eric Burdon and the Jefferson Airplane.
The legendary Blues harpist plays a killer one man show of guitar, harmonica, and vocals at Shoreline in 1998.
19-year-old U.K. rapper Bradley "Blizzard" Green, Manchester's answer to Eninem, delivers his rapid-fire raps at 2KHz Studios in 2013.
The Brooklyn-born singer performs her hit single "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and covers the Beatles "Helter Skelter" in this 1981 set.
As SXSW starts to heat up in Austin, give a listen to Texas-bred blues slinger Gary Clark Jr. as he tears into tracks from his debut album Blak And Blu.
The prolific power pop singer-songwriter performs signature tunes "Someday, Someway" and "There She Goes Again" at the Stone Pony.
Singer-songwriter Jeff Tweedy leads the group, featuring axe strangler Nels Cline, on tunes from The Whole Love at the Wilco Loft in Chicago.
The bassist-singer-funkateer stretches out with his Rubber Band on P-Funk anthems like "One Nation Under a Groove" and "Flashlight."
The soulful singer leads the News on their hit song from Sports and covers of "Lets Go Get Stoned" and "Working In a Coal Mine" in 1989.
The incomparable singer serenades her adoring fans at the Great American Music Hall with exquisite interpretations of jazz standards and popular tunes.
The Stones guitarist and the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer join forces on "Road Runner," "Hey Mona" and "I'm a Man" in this Ritz concert.
The singer-songwriter leads The Heartbreakers on "Refugee," "Don't Do Me Like That" and other new tunes from Damn the Torpedoes in 1979.
Clint Eastwood's "Jersey Boys" opens in theaters today. Hear the lead singer of the popular vocal group reminisce about those halcyon days.
The iconic gritty-voiced singer performs "Whiter Shade of Pale," "Inner City Blues" and "The Letter" in this concert from St. Goarshausen.
The unorthodox trio led by singer-songwriter Annie Lynch performs "Like a Dog" and "Dirty Laundry" in this 2010 set from Decatur.
Sarah Vaughan and tenor sax great Stan Getz soar over the conductor's lush and inventive orchestral arrangements in this superb 1973 concert.
Get your '80s new wave pop fill with this classic Cyndi Lauper show. Recorded for MTV in 1983, this short set is not to be missed.
The bluesman leads a seven-piece horn band through "Think," "Mr. Pitiful" and "Further on Down the Road" in this set from Switzerland.
In anticipation of Rod's upcoming autobiography, we've created a career-spanning playlist, from scorching rock to tender ballads.
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