The Canadian chanteuse casts her spell on a Tower Theater audience with "Save Me," "Mind of Love" and "Miss Chatelaine" in this 1992 concert.
The Tulsa-born country singer (aka Carolyn Ann Blankenship) performs her hit songs "Fallen Angel," "After the Last Goodbye" and "I Pass."
The UK artist's debut album Home Again was nominated for the coveted Mercury Prize. His soulful voice is front and center in his recent Daytrotter session.
The pop-punk group's new album, Revolution Radio, hit stores this week. Hear them play "Chump," "Basket Case" and others from Dookie.
The irascible guitarist-composer-satirist discusses Alban Berg, Elliott Carter, Charles Ives, the Beatles and his Bongo Fury in a '75 interview.
Hear Withers discuss his late start in music in his down-to-earth manner and look for his 9-album box set spanning '71-'85, available now.
Celebrate Stevie Ray Vaughan's legendary sound and style with this incredible 1983 set from Ripley's Music Hall in Philly.
Bob Geldof may be best known for his humanitarian work, but there was a time when he was the snarling singer of Irish new wave band The Boomtown Rats.
The bizarre radio comedy of this trio including Peter Sellers was cited as a primary influence of both Monty Python and Firesign Theatre, heard here.
Todd Rundgren welcomes special guests Carlos Santana, Jamaaladeen Tacuma and Nona Hendryx to this Forest Hills Tennis Stadium concert.
This three song live recording captures the German metal band Scorpions live on stage in Tokyo over three decades ago.
Remember guitarist Bob Casale with this energetic performance from the groundbreaking band's heyday.
Songwriting partners David Buskin and Robin Batteau lead the band on "Take This Heart" and "Crazy 'Bout That Music" in this 1976 concert.
With guitarist Robert Fripp being the one constant, hear the different incarnations of the band from their first U.S. tour in 1969 to 1984.
The new wave band from London performs "Quick Quick Slow," "Worlds Apart" and other tunes from The Sound of Sunbathing in this 1979 set.
This is where it all began for the man and the greatest bar band in the world - Neil and the Horse at the Fillmore East.
The world's greatest rock 'n' roll band plays "Brown Sugar," "Tumblin' Dice" and a 12-minute version of "Jumpin' Jack Flash" in this 1981 set.
Fusion guitar hero Al Di Meola talks about the state of the industry and the barriers between rock and jazz in this frank 1978 interview.
The one hit wonder performs her new wave anthem "Love on the Phone" and other tunes from her self-titled debut in this 1979 set from Boston.
Freddie, Albert and B.B. King flash their respective vocal styles and guitar chops with passion in this bluesy playlist from 1967-1971.
The group was just about at its chart-topping peak when this show was recorded on New Year's Eve in 1982.
The outlaw country star (aka Bocephus) performs "Whiskey Bent and Hellbound" and honors his Daddy on "If You Don't Like Hank Williams."
The soulful singer performs "Stoned" and other tunes from her album The Way and covers Melanie's "Brand New Key" in this 2014 set.
The late Saturday Night Live comedian was born on this date in 1949. Hear him as Joliet Jake Blues in this 1978 Winterland concert.
This smoking set of electric blues by Son Seals and his band gets taken to a whole new level when Johnny Winter drops in.
The guitarist-singer, a New Orleans favorite, brings his funky brand of blues and soulful R&B ballads to this 1995 Tramps concert.
Here's the groundbreaking fusion group, featuring Larry Coryell on guitar, just months after the seminal Duster was released.
The keyboardist-singer-songwriter and former member of the Young Rascals performs his '60s hits "Groovin'" and "People Got to Be Free."
The New Orleans funkateers cover the Stones' "Honky Tonk Women" and Earl King's "Big Chief" and play their own "Fire on the Bayou."
As Lynne's solo album Armchair Theatre is reissued this week, hear him lead this first-class '76 Electric Light Orchestra performance at Winterland.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Mark Knopfler leads the band on tunes from Making Movies and Love Over Gold in this 1983 concert.
Reggie Watts' brand of comic musical performance art is in full force during this highly entertaining Daytrotter session from 2011.
Situated on the scenic central coast, the 'first' capital city of California hosts this killer indie rock carnival including Blitzen Trapper and Dr. Dog.
The Eagles founding member performs "Hotel California," "Desperado," "Life in the Fast Lane" and tunes from his The End of Innocence.
Hear the 1966 Freak Out! edition of the Frank Zappa-led group and the 1970 lineup that appeared in the movie 200 Motels.
Hear the Queens-born singer-songwriter perform tunes from One Trick Pony and Graceland along with classics with partner Art Garfunkel.
This weekend Neil Young, Dr. Dog, Stevie Wonder and more will take the stage in Golden Gate Park. We've got the playlist to get you ready.
Rush is one of those timeless groups that continue to pack arenas to this day with fans of all ages. Watch or listen to this great show from '76.
The New Orleans icon is joined by David Sanborn, Steve Gadd, Neil Larsen, Buzzy Feiten and others for this outstanding 1978 Bottom Line concert.
The jazz saxophonist and world music pioneer recently performed his 35th annual Winter Solstice concert in NYC. Hear him in a 1978 concert.
The keyboardist-composer won "Best Jazz Instrumental Album" for Trilogy. See him with his Remembering Bud Powell band at Newport '96.
The Chicago bluesman, accompanied by guitarist Ry Cooder, performs bone-chilling renditions of some of his most beloved songs in 1992.
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.
Commencing this week, MPMF has been embracing emerging artists for 11 years now. Hear dozens of this year's participants here.
The late, great piano master plays Carnegie Hall with bassist Keeter Betts and drummer Jimmy Smith in this 1978 concert.
Alvin Lee brings Woodstock to Winterland as he reprises his star-making guitar jam.
The Dead guitarist premieres his six-piece Acoustic Band in this 1987 outdoor concert on the bank of the Eel River in Piercy, California.
Reggie's loop-based electronic soul provides the backdrop to his vivid stream of consciousness verses. The man is operating on a whole different plane.