The Bay Area band performs "The Heart of Rock & Roll," "I Want a New Drug," "Bad Is Bad" and other tunes from their hit album Sports.
The Austin resident and native New Yorker performs his hit tune "Mr. Bojangles" and lesser known gem "Pissin' in the Wind" in this 1982 set.
The blues guitar elder unleashes blistering licks on "All Your Love (I Miss Loving)" and "Damn Right I've Got the Blues."
The reggae legend performs "I Shot the Sheriff," "Lively Up Yourself," "No Woman, No Cry" and other classics in this 1979 set.
New Orleans' breakout star (aka Troy Andrews) performs material from his major label debut, Backatown in this hard-hitting set from 2011.
The consummate power-pop songsmith performs tunes from Field Day and premieres tunes from Downtown in this '85 concert.
Embark on your FFF Fest experience in Austin next month with this 50+ band playlist including X, Edward Sharpe, Bob Mould, Diamond Rugs & more.
The singer-songwriter, who is still recovering from a serious illness, performs "The Three Great Stimulants" and "Hejira" in this 1986 video.
British singer and rude girl Pauline Black leads the Coventry ska revival band on "Train to Skaville," "Too Much Pressure" and "Die Happy."
Mandolinist-founder Peter Feldmann leads one of California's premier old time bluegrass bands on "Dark as a Dungeon" and "Run Mountain."
The enigmatic troubadour plays "Shine On Harvest Moon" and other jazz and blues tunes from his album Champagne Charlie in this '76 set.
The alt-bluegrass jam band releases its new album Believe today. Hear their take on Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" and "Lonesome Fiddle Blues."
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 Godfathers of Heavy Metal perform classics like "Iron Man," "War Pigs" and "Paranoid" along with new tunes from Sabotage.
Dynamic singer and frontman Ty Taylor leads the tough L.A. group on tunes from their debut album, The Bomb Shelter Sessions in Austin.
Starting acoustic before moving to electric for an epic 41-minute version of "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed," this Winterland show is beyond description.
The visionary composer-performer explores the power of the human voice in this daring 1985 show that is entirely sans instruments.
Jerry Garcia and members of the Grateful Dead join the Allman Brothers Band on "Whipping Post" in this New Year's Eve show from 1973.
Hear the bluegrass legend cover a Velvet Underground classic for the Nick Cave-penned film Lawless, then catch his Newport '68 set.
The Young Lion with the Herculean technique displays his astonishing chops on saxes and clarinet in this dynamic set from Newport.
The Bay Area blues icon releases his new Alligator album, Can't Even Do Wrong Right, today. Hear him at this Keystone Korner concert in 1971.
The Floyd plays all nine parts of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" from Wish You Were Here in this 1977 tribute to their former frontman.
The four sisters from Nashville topped the charts in the '80s. Hear them sing the Chordettes' "Mr. Sandman" and their own hits in the 1985 concert.
In this show Pete Townshend is backed by his legendary Deep End band, featuring David Gilmour on lead guitar and a 5-piece horn section.
Enjoy a playlist of witty, down-home tunes by the pianist and wry lyricist, who receives an NEA Jazz Masters Award tonight at Lincoln Center.
Theatrical frontman Fee Waybill welcomes in 1976 with the Stanford Marching Band playing "Living in the U.S.A." in this wild concert video.
The high-energy blues 'n' boogie man plays "Bo Diddley," "Spoonful" and "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" in this intimate acoustic set.
19-year-old U.K. rapper Bradley "Blizzard" Green, Manchester's answer to Eninem, delivers his rapid-fire raps at 2KHz Studios in 2013.
At this Boston club, on tour in support of You're Gonna Get It!, the Heartbreakers cover "Shout," "Route 66," "I Fought the Law" and "I'm a King Bee."
Have a laugh with Robin Williams performing during Bill Graham's memorial concert in Golden Gate Park from 1991.
The DIY ethic of artists like the Ramones, Blondie, Patti Smith, and Talking Heads makes them something like godparents to today's indie scene.
The Texas singer-songwriter performs "Mr. Bojangles," "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" and other hits from the '70s.
The Texas guitar hero speaks candidly about his upbringing and influences in this pre-rehab interview from 1985 at the Lone Star Cafe.
The Denver band plays "Dead Sea," "Stubborn Love" and their catchy single "Ho Hey" from their platinum-selling self-titled debut album.
The Loading Zone meld genres in this 1967 set where their horn section gives a funky flavor to their blues rock sound.
The long Island-based rockers play their hits "Godzilla," "Hot Rails To Hell" and "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" in this 1982 set from Worcester.
The New Orleans music ambassador flaunts his pianistic chops on Leadbelly's "Goodnight Irene" and "Shoo Fly Marches On" in this '97 set.
The trumpeter-composer explores complex time signatures and electronics with his adventurous big band at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival.
Enjoy this Elvis Costello show in honor of the release of his new album with the Roots, Wise Up Ghost.
Rapper Chuck D and hype man Flavor Flav premiere "Do You Wanna Go Our Way," "What What" and other tunes from There's a Poison Goin' On.
The Who bassist, affectionately known as "The Ox," leads his own band in this 1975 concert.
This MC5 show from 1968 captures the band in all of its crash and burn glory, several months prior to the recordings for their first album.
The metal guitar hero wails on "Spotlight Kid," "Man on the Silver Mountain" and "Smoke on the Water" in this 1981 concert.
The jazz queen continued to attract crowds well after her greatest hits had been released in the '40s, always sounding crisp and cool.
Leutonia brothers Yosh and Stan Schmenge (John Candy and Eugene Levy) play "The Cabbage Rolls and Coffee Polka" at '86 Comic Relief.
The stony duo breaks up the sets in the '78 Texxas World Music Festival with some serious comic relief hosted in the Cotton Bowl.
The original rock impresario reminisces about the Human Be-In, the beginning of the Summer of Love and the San Francisco scene.
This show not only features the return of David Clayton Thomas, but also was part of the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the epic group.