These guys are completely insane. Watch the rock-meets-stand-up spectacle complete with simulated sex acts on a stuffed hippo.
Sarah Vaughan's set at Newport in '64 is typically elegant, as she performed with the nuance & hipness that put her in the top tier of female jazz singers.
The baritone sax ace leads his 19-piece Age of Steam on "K4 Pacific," "One to Ten in Ohio" and a beautiful rendition of "Waltzing Matilda."
After the Bay Area suffered the '89 Earthquake, Bill Graham reached out to a comedy legend to tell jokes and raise money.
The proto-punk poet laureate performs tunes from The Blue Mask and Legendary Hearts in this set featuring guitarist Robert Quine.
Hear Midnight Oil, Men At Work, The Little River Band, Crowded House, The Bee Gees, AC/DC and other bands from Australia in this playlist.
In anticipation of Rod's upcoming autobiography, we've created a career-spanning playlist, from scorching rock to tender ballads.
Lighthearted melodies and vulnerable lyrics are this band's strong suit. Get to know them in this stirring Daytrotter session.
George Clinton leads the P-Funk All-Stars on anthems like "We Want the Funk" and "Mothership Connection" at the 1999 Woodstock Festival.
Ozzy Osbourne leads the heavy metal pioneers on "Paranoid," "Iron Man" and a cover of "Blue Suede Shoes" in this 1970 set from Germany.
Hear the New Jersey-based band in this 1984 concert in Philadelphia when they were still relatively unknown, just weeks after the release of their debut album.
Share Easton's well-informed perspective on rock music and embrace the urge to buy a ramshackle conversion van and tour the USA.
The daring singer interprets Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage," Van Morrison's "Moondance" and Wynton Marsalis' "Hesitation" in 1982.
Singer Pauline Black leads the U.K. ska revival band through an energized set featuring "Train to Skaville" and "Three Minute Hero."
Gregg Allman, currently on tour in support of his new live album, Back to Macon, GA, performs alongside brother Duane in this 1970 video.
In this 1988 interview, guitar god Carlos Santana reflects on his influences, Woodstock, and other highlights from the first two decades of his life's work.
Ray Benson leads the Austin-based band on "Route 66," Louis Jordan's "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie" and "San Antonio Rose" in this '96 set.
Hear Pete Townshend, Leon Russell and Terry Reid perform Screaming Jay's classic cult song from 1956, "I Put a Spell on You."
Learn a thing or two from the crowned Queen of Rock with this personal interview, only a year after her hit "What's Love Got to Do With It?"
Jefferson Airplane bandmates Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady play tunes by Robert Johnson, Rev. Gary Davis and Jimmy Reed in 1998.
Hear the King & his signature Gibson ES-355 light up Long Island with his incomparable storytelling and regal string-bending.
Guitarist Leslie West leads the heavy-duty rock band on "Mississippi Queen," "Nantucket Sleigh Ride" and "Theme For an Imaginary Western."
On 8/14/08, Browne sued John McCain for the use of the song "Running On Empty" in an attack ad against Obama. Hear the controversial track live in '79.
The guit-steel picker and country singer plays "My Wife Thinks You're Dead" and "My Baby Don't Dance to Nuthin' But Ernest Tubb" in 1992.
The folklorist performs songs about American history, including "Damn Yankee Lad" and Woody Guthrie's "Talking Dust Bowl Blues."
The husband-wife duo of Ira Kaplan and Georgia Hubley leads the Hoboken band on "Paul Is Dead" and others from Electr-O-Pura.
Despite having all their gear stolen hours before the show, Humble Pie persevered to deliver a rocking set full of old favorites and new jams.
The outlaw country figurehead performs his classic tunes (sans drums) like "Whiskey River" and "On the Road Again" in this intimate set.
The literary rocker, a follower of Dylan and contemporary of Springsteen, performs tunes from Just a Story from America in 1977.
Duane and Gregg Allman lead the band on classics like "One Way Out" and "Whipping Post" on the last night of the NYC rock palace in 1971.
The saxophonist and Ornette Coleman sideman leads a quintet featuring violinist Leroy Jenkins on tunes from The Ear of the Behearer.
Celebrate the 102nd anniversary of the Piedmont blues harpist by listening to some of his finest moments with partner Brownie McGhee.
See an eclectic lineup including Dianne Reeves, Femi Kuti, John Zorn's Masada, Celia Cruz and Fourplay at George Wein's annual clambake.
The blues scholar and solo troubadour performs classics like "Steady Rollin' Man," "Boogie Chillen" and "Spoonful" in this 1970 set.
The consummate power-pop songsmith performs tunes from Field Day and premieres tunes from Downtown in this '85 concert.
In this '77 interview, Richard Starkey (aka Ringo Starr) guides us through his history, both as a Beatle and a solo artist.
It was 50 years ago today that Pete Townshend and the boys made their first TV appearance in the UK Hear them at the Fillmore East in 1968.
The hippy-dippy duo smokes up and recreates their Sister Mary Elephant routine before a rowdy Daytona Beach crowd in 1977.
The Mississippi-born boogie man performs "Backstabbers" and "Baby Lee" and is joined by boogie disciple John Hammond on "Highway 13."
Currently on their 50th anniversary tour, the classic Brit rock band performs tunes from Tommy and Quadrophenia in this 1973 set.
The soulful R&B singer, who was paralyzed in a 1982 car crash, performs "Love TKO" and "Wake Up Everybody" in this 2002 concert.
Justin Vernon & Bon Iver just earned "Best New Artist" honors at the Grammys; they recorded a chillingly beautiful Daytrotter session 4 years ago.
The traditional Irish singer from Galway performs a cappella versions of "The Rocks of Bawn," "Red Is the Rose" and "Gaelic Song" in this '83 set.
With marching-band-metal drumming and psychedelic-folk-acoustic strumming, The Dodos make propulsive, unique, and fantastic music.
The new wave singer-songwriter performs his hit single "Is She Really Going Out With Him?" and tunes from his album I'm The Man in 1980.
The Grateful Dead bassist plays a Beatles medley and the Allman Brothers' "Blue Sky" with guitarists Steve Kimock and Warren Haynes.
The San Francisco band performs "Lay Down Your Weapons," "Ghetto Ways" and other tunes from Underhanded Romance in this 2007 set.
The Austin-based guitar slinger showcases his distortion-laced chops on "When My Train Pulls In" and "Don't Owe You a Thing" in 2012.
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