The southern rock band performs their hits "So Into You" and "Back Up Against the Wall" and encores with Little Richard's "Long Tall Sally."
An all-star revue led by Paul Shaffer salutes the songwriter with "Be My Baby," "Chapel of Love," "Leader of the Pack" and others.
Booker T. & The MG's play the hell out of the rock standard - popularized by Hendrix in '66 - before Albert King ignites the second half of the set.
Leutonia brothers Yosh and Stan Schmenge (John Candy and Eugene Levy) play "The Cabbage Rolls and Coffee Polka" at '86 Comic Relief.
Hear hookmeisters John Fogerty, John Hiatt, Warren Zevon, Bruce Springsteen, Marshall Crenshaw and others in this 3-hour playlist.
Joe Pass, one of the best jazz guitarists ever, also had a colorful way with language. Listen for a few four letter words during this amazing '76 show.
Guitarist Leslie West leads the heavy-duty rock band on "Mississippi Queen," "Nantucket Sleigh Ride" and "Theme For an Imaginary Western."
Didn't make it to Chicago for Lollapalooza this year? We got you covered with a playlist featuring Lolla 2012 artists who have also graced the Daytrotter studios.
The Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame duo performs their blue-eyed soul hits "Rich Girl," "She's Gone" and "Sara Smile" in this 1977 concert.
The singer-songwriter and social activist performs "Forty Acres and a Mule," Miles Davis' "All Blues" and the anti-war song "Muffled Dreams."
Taped in front of a small audience, this show contains four classics—"Black Sabbath," "Blue Suede Shoes," "Paranoid" and "Iron Man."
Siblings Natalie and Elliott Bergman perform reggae flavored originals "Keep You" and "Love Like This" in this set from the Hollywood Hills.
The Teens dropped by Daytrotter to spread some holiday cheer, and some boogers. Neighbor Glenn Danzig, sadly, does not appear.
Scott and Seth Avett lead the North Carolina-based alt-bluegrass band on "Laundry Room" and "Paranoia in B Major" in this 2009 set.
British rock stars from Peter Gabriel, Eric Clapton and Pete Townshend to Annie Lennox and Elton John gather for this gala at Royal Albert Hall.
Chaz Bundick (a.k.a. Toro y Moi) has been on a globetrotting synthpop tear, now promoting Anything in Return. Hear this early '12 Austin session.
The Texas singer-songwriter performs "Mr. Bojangles," "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" and other hits from the '70s.
This show from 1990 features the renowned metal group thrashing through their set, closing with AC/DC's "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap."
The singer-songwriter and son of alt-country artist Steve Earle performs tunes from Midnight at the Movies and Harlem River Blues.
In this 47-minute interview with Bob Seger, he opens up about his youth and inspiration behind his successful career.
The funky "Jazz Man" is joined by members of the Yellowjackets along with surprise guests Jaco Pastorius and Richard Tee in this 1978 concert.
These 10 soulful blues tracks are were streamed more than any other over the course of 2012. Being down never felt so good!
The Detroit native sang blues and jazz early in her career, transitioning to protest-minded folk music by the time this '67 show was recorded.
Echo & The Bunnymen play their first UK hit "Crocodiles," which morphs into their version of the Doors' classic "Light My Fire."
The late, Brooklyn-born country star performs his hits "I Love a Rainy Night" and "Kentucky Rain" in New York in 1981.
"Fatha" and friends surely kept the audience on their toes with this short and sweet set from 1967.
The Athens, Georgia jam band plays old favorites like "Rebirtha" and "Space Wrangler" and premieres "Little Kin" from Ain't Life Grand.
Vega has rerecorded her back catalogue (the final installment in the Close-Up series arrives this week) including many songs heard in this heartfelt '87 set.
Detroit's favorite son covers Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son" and performs his signature "My Name Is Rock" in this '99 set.
The British group, featuring guitar great Peter Haycock, plays Mose Allison's "Seventh Son" and Otis Rush's "So Many Roads" in this '74 set.
Annabelle Lwin squeals over the churning burundi beats of "C30 C60 C90 Go!," "Giant Size Baby Thing" and a remake of "I Want Candy."
Bassist-singer and ultra-funkateer Bootsy Collins leads his Rubber Band on "One Nation Under a Groove" and "Stretchin' Out" in this '94 set.
Bassist-singer Mark King leads the UK funk band on hits "Something About You" and "The Chinese Way" and tunes from World Machine.
The blues guitar hero has his distortion pedal set on stun for scorching renditions of "I'm Going Down," "Five Long Years" and "Mustang Sally."
The British singer's ethereal vocals and poetic imagery can be heard on her tunes "View of My Sanity" and "Miss Audrie" in this 2013 concert.
Big Al Anderson, Joey Spampinato, Terry Adams and Tom Ardolino are rockin' on "Green Lights," "Wacky Tobacky" and others from the '70s.
The long-time bluesman opened opened for Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, inviting Johnny Winter to come up and help close his set.
The guitarist from Rangoon, Burma was best known for his work with the great French violinist. Hear them together in a 1976 concert.
Drumming legends Elvin Jones, Mel Lewis, Freddie Waits and elder statesman Papa Jo Jones each strut their stuff in this summit meeting.
The original lineup plays classics like "The Weight," "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" and "Up On Cripple Creek" in this 1976 set.
Hear the Who, Jerry Lee Lewis, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band and others perform holiday classics.
The parades are already rolling down in N'awlins in this Mardi Gras season leading up to Fat Tuesday. Let the good times roll with the Indians.
The neo-Delta blues star performs tunes from his Grammy-winning second album, Just Like You, in this 1997 Tramps set.
Pete's been making the rounds in support of his new autobiography, but the press tour is nothing new to the opinionated songwriter.
Well known for being a huge part of the British Invasion of the '60s, the Animals took the Mid Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie by storm.
The former MC5 guitarist performs hard-edged tunes from his albums Dangerous Madness and Citizen Wayne in this 2004 Baked Potato set.
Hear where some of your favorite comics got their start in this hilarious playlist.
The four musical partners create their magical vocal blend on "Our House," "Teach Your Children" and others in this 1974 concert.