British rockers Rockpile perform Elvis Costello's "Girls Talk" at the Heatwave Festival in 1980, headlined by Costello himself.
The smooth British soul singer performs "Under Suspicion," "Pressure Drop" and "Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley" in this '79 set.
The Grammy-winning group performs slick vocalese renditions of Woody Herman's "Four Brothers" and Weather Report's "Birdland" in '83.
The Brit punk band plays snarling, revved-up, guitar-heavy anthems like "White Riot" and "London's Burning" on their Pearl Harbor '79 tour.
Though audibly uncomfortable with promoting himself, the Boss opens up for invaluable moments of candor in this chat, a must-listen for Bruce fans.
David Cohen does beautiful renditions of Beatles songs, popular standards, and notably "Sunny" by the great Bobby Hebb.
Michael Stipe leads the band on acoustic versions of "Losing My Religion," "Man on the Moon" and "Country Feedback" in 1998.
Charles Mingus lets the F word fly more than once during this exciting set in Nice, France, just one year before he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease.
This three-hour show was recorded during The Animals' second reunion tour. It features all original performers and timeless hits.
John Denver kicks off a short set from 1972 with his soon-to-be classic "Rocky Mountain High," which was recorded just weeks before this performance.
Randolph has earned his place among the all-time pedal steel greats, now hear him dive headfirst into the groove at this righteous Daytrotter session.
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.
Pete's been making the rounds in support of his new autobiography, but the press tour is nothing new to the opinionated songwriter.
The indie-folk band from Melbourne, Australia performs tunes from their debut album States in this 2014 set at Futureappletree Studio.
The country star was the hottest ticket in the Big Apple during her breakthrough three-night engagement at the Bottom Line in 1977.
The bottleneck slide guitarist performs chilling renditions of "Shake "Em On Down" and "Worried Life Blues" at the 1968 Newport Folk Festival.
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.
Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad perform "I Sure Hope I Don't Have to Beat Your Ass This Christmas" in this 2009 Daytrotter session.
Kevin Bacon and his brother Michael perform George Harrison's "If I Needed Someone" and the title track of their 36 Cents in a 2016 video.
David Byrne leads the edgy art-rock band on tunes from Fear of Music in this now-complete set previously featured only in part.
This recording marks the return of Deep Purple in the Mark IV version, including vocalist David Coverdale, guitarist Tommy Bolin & bassist Glenn Hughes.
Drummer Stanton Moore fuels the groove and vocalist Theryl DeClouet provides the soul on this 1998 set of tunes from Crazyhorse Mongoose.
The Wilson sisters' new album Fanatic drops today. Hear them blow away these Seattle Center Coliseum fanatics on New Year's Eve, 1978.
Rock like it's the "Summer of '69" and catch this hot concert at Giants Stadium in 1986.
The revival band plays jazz and ragtime tunes like "Old King Tut" and "Lena from Palasteena" at the '77 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
The pioneering comedienne is the subject of a new documentary by Whoopi Goldberg which premieres tonight on HBO. Hear her in '64.
Guitarist Leslie West leads the group on their early '70s hits "Mississippi Queen," "Nantucket Sleigh Ride" and "Theme For an Imaginary Western."
The eccentric Brit singer-songwriter performs surreal-comedic ditties like "Don't Talk To Me About Gene Hackman" and "The Cheese Alarm."
The singer performs her hits "Mis'ry River" and "Somebody's Knockin'" and delivers soulful covers of "It's All Over Now" and "What'd I Say."
Slowhand digs deep on his trusty Fender Stratocaster in this set of tunes by Willie Dixon, Big Bill Broonzy, Robert Johnson and Otis Rush.
The outlaw country star (aka Bocephus) performs "Whiskey Bent and Hellbound" and honors his Daddy on "If You Don't Like Hank Williams."
Guitarist-singer Jon Pousette-Dart leads the pop-rock group on "Long Legs," "Gotta Get Away" and other tunes from Never Enough.
Hear hookmeisters John Fogerty, John Hiatt, Warren Zevon, Bruce Springsteen, Marshall Crenshaw and others in this 3-hour playlist.
Ever wonder what a Hammond organ might sound like plugged into a pile of Marshall amps? Let The Nice enlighten you.
Athens, GA's The Whigs storm into Daytrotter to unleash a set of fuzzed-out rock & roll and prove sometimes all you need is a guitar, bass and drums.
The cornetist and trumpeter leads an all-star quintet on his "Work Song" and Billy Strayhorn's "Chelsea Bridge" at the hallowed NYC venue.
Chet Baker, of the West Coast school of cool jazz, parlayed his trumpeting into restrained, tortured, smooth romanticism.
The Tex-Mex new wave band performs "Party Doll," "Party Weekend" and the classic "96 Tears" on this Son of Stiff tour from 1980.
The classic lineup (Al Anderson, Terry Adams, Joey Spampinato, Tom Staley) plays "RC Cola and a Moon Pie" and Sun Ra's "Rocket Number 9."
This rare 1968 documentary of the group intersperses interview and studio performance footage featuring the late, great singer Janis Joplin.
The Bay Area horn band, fueled by drummer Dave Garibaldi and bassist Rocco Prestia, premieres tunes from their debut album, East Bay Grease.
Watch or listen to this set featuring the new wave hero and his original backing band rocking the Capitol Theatre in May of '78.
Over the last ten years the Walkmen have become as synonymous with NYC as the CMJ festival itself. Prep for their gig at Terminal 5 with this show from 2008.
The Mississippi blues singer and slide guitarist performs the country blues classics "Shake 'Em on Down" and "Cornfield Blues."
You can't go wrong with Gary Clark Jr., Jim James & Vintage Trouble. Check out the inaugural lineup from Atlanta's newest music event.
This set from ‘76 blends Joe’s bluesy voice and a reggae-influenced rhythm section. With Gordon Edwards & Steve Gadd behind you, anything’s possible.
Drawing on American roots music and other international influences, Fahey's music has an otherworldly effect; fall under the spell with this 1975 set.
Hear Boz back on the road in '81 with his insanely tight band, fleshing out the second half of this pristine set with Silk Degrees-era hits.