The country star and Nashville Network TV personality sings "I Wonder If God Likes Country Music" at this 1984 concert with his Po' Folks Band.
Hear the '80s poster boys on the first of a four-night sold-out run at Madison Square Garden in 1984, closing with a 15-minute version of "Girls on Film."
Hear the prolific songwriter put his soulful touch on tunes by Bob Dylan, Billy Paul, Patsy Cline, Roberta Flack, The Temptations and John Lennon.
The singer covers Buddy Holly's "That'll Be The Day," "The Eagles' "Desperado" and Willie Nelson's "Crazy" in this '76 set from L.A.
Listen to John Mayall, the godfather of the British blues-rock scene, deliver a solid set of original compositions and blues classics in this show from 1977.
Blues great Johnny Winter kicks off this recording from London in 1978 with a blistering 16-minute take on the classic "Hey Joe," popularized by Jimi Hendrix.
The inventive Brooklyn-based trio of baritone sax, tenor sax and drums performs infectious, edgy dance music from 2014's This Is Cave Music.
Celebrate 4/20 Day by watching these gangsta rappers perform "I Wanna Get High," "Hits from the Bong" and other pot anthems.
Hear the Philly-based guitarist-singer-songwriter perform his paean to basketball, "Shooting Hoops," along with the bluesy 'Baby's Got Sauce."
The singer-songwriter, who has been recuperating from an illness, made a rare public appearance this week in L.A. See her in a '86 video.
The Scottish Aussie and former lead singer of Men At Work performs solo versions of "Down Under" and "Prison Time" in this 2010 set.
The son of legendary Afro-beat pioneer, Fela Kuti, follows in his father's footsteps with his own infectious brand of Nigerian dance music.
The husband-wife team of Jackie Cain and Roy Kral sing "Walk Pretty," "Mimosa and Me" and other tunes by Alec Wilder in this 1974 concert.
This 2.5 hour Rolling Thunder Revue set at Waterbury, CT is so stacked that no mere description will suffice. Just give it a spin.
The Brooklyn-born singer performs her hit single "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and covers the Beatles "Helter Skelter" in this 1981 set.
As NYC pop-rockers fun. celebrate their Best New Artist Grammy, listen to their incredible '09 session in Rock Island, Il.
The short-lived but forever-remembered Jeff Beck Group tears the roof off the venerated Fillmore West.
The fan-favorite from Everybody Loves Raymond and 'Til Death kicks off this sampler from the famed comedy club.
Have a laugh with Robin Williams performing during Bill Graham's memorial concert in Golden Gate Park from 1991.
The prolific country/pop singer-songwriter would've been 77 today. Hear him play favorites like "England Swings" and "King of the Road."
It's a short but searing performance by the blues man that coached Bonnie Raitt. Get lost under the hypnotic spell of Mississippi Fred McDowell's slide guitar.
The very erudite drummer from Yes and King Crimson talks about the heyday of the London scene and his current activities in this '84 chat.
Guitarists Peter Green and Jeremy Spencer lead the Brit band on B.B. King's "Worried Dream" and Elmore James' "Dust My Broom" in a '68 set.
The jazz piano giant performs material from his Infinity album with the Trane-inspired tenor saxophonist at '98 Newport.
The Texas singer-songwriter sheds his honky tonky image for more literate, flamenco-flavored fare from Letter to Laredo in this 1995 set.
The charmismatic, outrageous comedian-actress-singer swings this set of Broadway show tunes at the 2002 Newport Jazz Festival.
Dubbed 'the quintessential critics band,' the trio led by guitarist-singer Ira Kaplan premieres moody-edgy tunes from Electr-O-Pura.
A shockingly frank interview with Freddy Mercury, and an amazing 1977 performance including a rare fast version of "We Will Rock You."
From scoring Apocalypse Now to their songwriting process, Hart and Garcia discuss all things Dead.
The singer-songwriter performs "Heart To Heart," "Don't Fight It," "I Gotta Try" and other tunes from High Adventure in this 1982 set.
The Delta bluesman is joined by pianist Pinetop Perkins and drummer Louis Myers on "Everybody Needs a Shoulder to Cry On" in 1973.
Celebrate one of the great collections of voices popular music has ever heard with this Staple Singers' show from the 1968 Hampton Jazz Fest.
The Australian neo-psychedelic band premieres tunes from Hologram of Baal and revists tunes from 1988's Starfish in this 1998 set.
Singer John Kay leads the band named after a Herman Hesse novel on their classic road song "Born to Be Wild" and "The Pusher."
The Modern Jazz Quartet (John Lewis, Milt Jackson, Percy Heath, Connie Kay) performs an all-Gershwin program in this 1973 concert.
The adventurous British band performs "Black Star," "Fake Plastic Trees" and other tunes from their platinum-selling second album, The Bends.
Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad perform "I Sure Hope I Don't Have to Beat Your Ass This Christmas" in this 2009 Daytrotter session.
The Brooklyn-based band performs "Ask Her for Adderall," "Sequestered in Memphis" and tunes from Stay Positive in this 2009 set.
The New Orleans music ambassador radiates the 88s on classics like "Iko Iko," "Big Chief," "Tipitina's," "My Indian Red" and "Mardi Gras Day."
T Bird And The Breaks' unapologetic, sex-driven funk is the perfect segue to your weekend. Jump to 'Put It On The Spot' for some instant funkin'.
Hear the twin brother-sister team of Amelia and Pat Innit perform tunes like "Sibling Rivalry," "Dizzy" and "Spice Girls" in this 2013 set.
The southern rockers play rowdy versions of "Bounty Hunter" and other tunes from their self-titled debut in this '79 set from Cleveland.
The most recorded song in the history of popular music began a four-week stay at #1 this day in 1965. Now hear Macca reprise his original version live in 1990.
Paul Weller and Mick Talbot lead the British band on hit singles "Speak Like a Child," "Money-Go-Round" and "My Ever Changing Moods."
The Philly funk/hip hop/neo soul band performs tunes from Things Fall Apart, featuring a guest appearance from Erykah Badu.
The virtuosic tap dancer interacts with pianist Donald Smith, bassist Andy McCloud, saxophonist Joe Ford and drummer Ronnie Burrage.
The alt-bluegrass jam band releases its new album Believe today. Hear their take on Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" and "Lonesome Fiddle Blues."
The former Canned Heat guitarist explores two-handed tapping on the fusiony title track from Feel the Sound in this '75 set at Amazingrace.