Hear Robin Trower veer away from his blues roots and embrace a more progressive, "dream-like" guitar style in this scorching show from '76.
Dig a playlist featuring Janis Joplin, Duane Allman, The Beach Boys, Neil Young, John Fogerty, and more sharing a stage with the Dead.
Joe Satriani's Surfing with the Alien, released in '87, charted surprisingly high for an all-instrumental album. 'Satchurate' yourself in this hometown show.
The "First Lady of Country Music" performs her hits "D-I-V-O-R-C-E," "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" and "Stand By Your Man" in 1982.
Hear 30 year old Ray Charles play a perfect set at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1960.
Louisville's annual music & bourbon blowout is right around the corner. Now fortify yourself with these CV favorites like Grace Potter & Dawes.
Robert "Kool" Bell leads his New Jersey-based funk crew on "Hollywood Swinging," "Summer Madness" and others in this set from Boston.
Surprisingly, Idol's only #1 US single was his live cover of "Mony, Mony," reaching that position this week in '87. An earlier version ends this set.
In 1984 at the age of 44, Tina Turner finally hit #1. Hear her talk about her first #1 single in this interview less than a year later.
The singer-guitarist leads her band The Nocturnals on "Paint It Black," "Cinnamon Girl," "Mystery Train" and "I Shall Be Released."
The left-handed guitar slinger and exponent of the West Side Chicago sound plays his 1958 hit "Double Trouble" in this fiery set.
Remember the late Alvin Lee as he talks with Mary Travers in 1975 about why he left Ten Years After and how his newest album was recorded.
Listen in on this 1978 recording to hear Duke's thoughts on the Dukey Stick, Sheila E., Shuggie Otis and more.
This stunning show sets the crowd ablaze through the power of rock & roll. Warning: Spontaneous air guitar may result.
The Mississippi-born boogie man performs "Backstabbers" and "Baby Lee" and is joined by boogie disciple John Hammond on "Highway 13."
The Nashville-based singer-songwriter performs his hits "Coca Cola Cowboy," "Good Woman Blues" and "I Got the Hoss" is this 1980 set.
The country-pop singer performs his '70s hits "Rub It In," "Knock Three Times" and "Fourteen Carat Mind" in this 1983 concert.
The boys are back in town! Let Thin Lizzy rock out for you in this 1977 concert.
8/14/1970: Stills busted for coke. He took his partying seriously, but the music always shone brilliantly. Enjoy this Fillmore East set two months before the bust.
J. Tillman has been around for a while now. His album Fear Fun (ranked #2 album of '12 by Paste Magazine) is his first release after leaving Fleet Foxes.
Guitar hero Carlos Santana joins the Panamanian salsa singer and his band Seis del Solar at MSG in 1986.
The legendary rocker and composer will be on a month long tour with Jeff Beck! Prepare yourself with this Beach Boys reunion show from 1980.
The Grammy-winning group performs slick vocalese renditions of Woody Herman's "Four Brothers" and Weather Report's "Birdland" in '83.
The Mississippi-born Boogie Man plays "Backstabbers," "Crawlin' Kingsnake" and is joined by disciple John Hammond on "Highway 13."
The Teens dropped by Daytrotter to spread some holiday cheer, and some boogers. Neighbor Glenn Danzig, sadly, does not appear.
When the Athens quartet played the Bridge School Benefit, gracious host Neil Young joined them for "Country Feedback."
The guitarist-singer-songwriter performs "Precious Love," Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth" and "Love the One You're With" in '79.
The Swing era star and vibraphone pioneer leads an all-star aggregation featuring trumpeter Ruby Braff at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival.
Rebirth Brass Band is a New Orleans Staple, playing and touring for 30 years and last year winning a Grammy for Best Regional Roots Music Album.
The Grammy-winning bluesman plays "Dangerous Mood," "Perpetual Blues Machine" and other tunes from Just Like You in this '97 set.
Singer Glen Phillips fronts the alt-rockers on "All I Want" from 1991's Fear and "California Wasted" from 2013's New Constellation.
Another month begins and it's time to pay the man. Hear what Vault artists Tik Tok, George Thorogood & more have to say on the matter.
Sting leads the trio on classics like "Roxane," "Message in a Bottle" and "Every Breath You Take" in this 1986 Amnesty International benefit.
Blue-eyed soul singer Jimmy Hall leads the Southern rockers on a funky "Country Side of Life," "Dixie Rock" and their hit "Keep On Smilin'."
The guitarist-singer celebrates the 25th anniversary of her best-selling album. See her premiere the title track in this 1989 concert video.
The innovative pianist is joined by three Als (bassist Hall, drummer Harewood and guitarist Casey) and special guest Illinois Jacquet in this 1973 concert.
Presented here is a previously unheard recording of Ochs performing live at the Ash Grove, shortly after his relocation to California during the Summer Of Love.
This early set closes with a lengthy version of an outtake from the sessions that yielded The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle.
Though somewhat underrated, the Youngbloods put on a great live show. Hear them close their 1970 set with their one commercial hit, "Get Together."
An amazing performance from two true folk music pioneers.
The unorthodox steel-string acoustic guitar virtuoso performs mesmerizing instrumentals at the Great American Music Hall in '76.
The Hoboken-based power popsters, led by frontman Richard Barone, was on the verge of major label exposure at the time of this 1983 set.
The Delta bluesman showcases his rough-hewn vocals and National steel guitar on "Single Man Blues," "Po' Boy" and "Shake "Em on Down."
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 Brit heavy metal band, featuring 20-year-old German guitar phenom Michael Shenker, premieres tunes from Force It in this '74 set.
Walter Becker and partner Donald Fagen lead an eight-piece group on "Do It Again," "Reelin' in the Years" and "Rikki Don't Lose That Number."
The whistler-violinist with the massive cult following performs at Central Park in NYC tonight. Hear him in this 2007 Daytrotter session.
Rod Stewart rocks London's Wembley Arena with "Hot Legs," "Maggie May" and his disco flavored hit from Blondes Have More Fun in 1980.
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