Ed Sheeran's passionate songwriting and soulful vocals truly shine in this Daytrotter session that includes his Grammy-nominated song "The A Team."
The psychedelic group from Athens, Georgia, led by audacious singer-songwriter and theatrical frontman Kevin Barnes, is heard in three sets.
Check out King Crimson on the final night of their first-ever US tour. Though the lineup has changed over the years, this show features the original quartet.
Listen to Bowie's 1980 hit, "Ashes To Ashes" performed live in Montreal.
Son House delivers as raw and unselfconscious a performance as you are ever likely to hear.
Get your face rocked off by a group who make edgy, aggressive music with orchestral instrumentation.
See Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band perform compelling versions of "Born to Run" and "10th Avenue Freeze Out" in this '78 concert video.
The late Queen of the Blues performs her 1965 hit "Wang Dang Doodle" and "Don't Mess With Mother Nature" at this '98 Tramps set.
The folk humorist covers Lieber & Stoller's "Smokey Joe's Cafe" and performs his sardonic ditties "Rufus Is a Tit Man" and "Golfin' Blues."
Get into the Halloween spirit with Evangelicals' ghoulish Daytrotter session including 'Halloween Song' and 'Skeleton Man.'
The drummer, who doubles on piano here, premieres material from Cosmic Chicken with John Abercrombie, Mike Richmond and Alex Foster.
The soulful singer-songwriter performs "Lido Shuffle," "Lowdown" and other tunes from the platinum-selling Silk Degrees in this '81 concert.
Saxophonist and piano trio, who join forces on their upcoming recording and world tour, perform separately at the Newport festival.
Singer Robert Lamm asks the musical question, "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" and guitarist Terry Kath explores on "Poem 58."
Pat Monahan and crew performed last night on The Voice, but once they were just CA boys with a crush on Virginia. Watch this show from their breakout period.
One of the leaders of the 2-Tone movement in the U.K. fuses ska, punk rock, reggae and new wave in their Stateside debut.
Bocephus brings this 1981 concert to a rollicking crescendo with "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)," a No. 1 hit for his dad in 1952.
The mellow-voiced baritone sings his hit song "Kiss An Angel Good Morning" and covers the Ray Price classic "For the Good Times."
The Metallica bassist discusses the making of the Jaco Pastorius documentary he produced and financed over the course of six years.
While Slowhand prepares his new release, Old Sock, remind yourself of how he captivated you in the first place.
The parodist-accordianist takes on Michael Jackson ("Eat It"), Jim Croce ("If I Could Make Love to a Bottle") and others in this '84 concert.
Pops Staples and his daughters, including the great lead singer Mavis, perform Buffalo Springfield's "For What It's Worth" in this '68 set.
"Gatemouth" Brown exercises his astounding versatility with a pickup band he'd barely met in Nice, France. Listen in to see if they can keep up.
It was 33 years ago this week that the Dan Aykroyd-John Belushi movie opened in theaters across America. Hear the band in a 1978 concert.
The Santa Cruz new wave band fronted by singer-guitarist Michael Been performs "I Still Believe" and "Everywhere I Go" from Reconciled.
Listen to the Bronx-born star rip through a set of classics for a hometown crowd at Yankee Stadium.
The original lineup featuring Gene Simmons, Ace Frehly, Paul Stanley and Peter Criss performs tunes from their platinum-selling Destroyer.
This incredible recording from Asbury Park in 1975 catches Black Sabbath at the peak of its power - heavy as a locomotive and louder than hell.
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.
The multi-faceted new vaudevillians from Santa Cruz perform their death-defying (and hilarious) juggling routines in this 1981 set.
Mandolin virtuoso Thile, whose Bass and Mandolin was just released, performs with guitarist-singer Daves at the Paste offices in Georgia.
The powerful, Memphis-born saxophonist blows with robust tones and ferocious abandon on this superb septet performance from 1976 at Carnegie Hall.
Dickey Betts joins fellow guitarist Warren Haynes and the rest on ABB classics like "Blue Sky," "Midnight Rider" and "Whipping Post."
This show by country rock pioneers Poco was recorded on the last night of a 3-night run at the Fillmore, and marks the first performance with Paul Cotton.
The versatile group mixes cumbias, polkas, zydeco and roots rock with covers of Traffic's "Dear Mr. Fantasy" and Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl."
The classy cool singer interprets the Great American Songbook, BS&T's "Spinning Wheel" and Carole King's "I Feel the Earth Move" in this 1976 concert.
At the time of this scorching '74 set, Winter was transitioning from his popular riff-centric rock to more traditional blues: listen to the best of both worlds.
In a 1975 interview, Jerry Garcia talks about Bill Graham, the Acid Tests, 'old-time lunacy' in Haight-Ashbury and the world community of freaks.
The Scottish funk and soul band led by Alan Gorrie and Stuart Hamish performs their hits "Person to Person" and "Work To Do."
Dave Edmunds of Rockpile struck gold with his version of Smiley Lewis' 1955 hit. Hear Edmunds' version live in '78.
The funky "Jazz Man" is joined by members of the Yellowjackets along with surprise guests Jaco Pastorius and Richard Tee in this 1978 concert.
The Virginia Beach singer-songwriter conjures up melancholic moods on "Empty As A Plate" and "Nothing to Say" in a 2012 Daytrotter set.
This week the Scottish rock band releases its first album in five years, Big Music. Hear them on their Once Upon a Time tour from 1984.
Canadian band the Sheepdogs release their self-titled album today. Hear their 2010 Daytrotter session, before they won a spot on Rolling Stone's cover.
The singer and slap bass innovator leads his Graham Central Station on an hour-long Sly & The Family Stone medley in this '92 Tramps set.
The Borscht Belt veteran and Ed Sullivan Show regular moderates a panel with fellow comics Tim Conway, Paul Rodriguez and Buddy Hackett.
The neo-psychedelic Austin band performs echo/fuzz-laden anthems like "Black Grease" and "The Sniper at the Gates of Heaven" in 2008.
This Date in Vault History (8/13/77): Commander Cody brought his boogie-woogie country-rock to New York in support of his Midnight Man album.
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