As the Stones celebrate their 50th anniversary and announce the premiere of a restored '65 tour film, hear them in top form at the Rosemont Horizon.
The Oklahoma guitarist plays "Smokin' Reefers and Sniffn' Cocaine," "The Sky Is Crying" and "Fannie Mae" in this '71 set from San Francisco.
Hear the American Troubadour play with a tight band (including string section) for a packed house at the historic Dominion Theatre in 1980.
Featuring two former members of Mitch Ryder's Detroit Wheels, The Rockets took that band's Motor City soul and revved it up for the '70s and '80s.
10cc play this fantastic set riding high on their then-recent success with hit single "I'm Not In Love."
Still going strong after a decade of rocking, the band was recorded in this concert in 1987 is during their tour in support of the #1 album Third Stage.
Recorded at historic New York club Tramps, this set captures the Dirty South duo at the time of their breakthrough.
The pianist-composer leads his 18-piece all-star band on the expansive "African Cookbook" and his popular "Hi-Fly" in this '73 set.
Chet Baker, of the West Coast school of cool jazz, parlayed his trumpeting into restrained, tortured, smooth romanticism.
Bassist-singer and prolific songwriter leads a younger generation of bluesmen on "I'm Crazy for My Baby" and "Wang Dang Doodle" in '73.
Celebrate the pioneering singer-songwriter with five hours of his most profound moments from the Vault.
Guitarist-singer Craig Finn leads the Brooklyn-based band on "Hornets! Hornets!," "Ask Her for Adderall" and other tunes from Stay Positive.
The guitarist skips the sarcasm and satire and goes straight for the jugular with his six-string fusillades in this strictly instrument playlist.
The people have spoken, and omitting Billy Cobham from our Top 10 Greatest Drummers list clearly was unpardonable. So, listen to this!
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.
The Louisiana zydeco star performs his international hit "My Toot Toot" and "Jalapeno Lena" in this 1985 concert from Hampton, Virginia.
Sure, the monster California country fest is four months away, but it's never too early to spend time with artists like Dwight Yoakam and Tanya Tucker.
These back-to-back 1984 interviews with Waters and Gilmour give insight on their respective solo careers.
The legendary guitarist unleashes his ferocious string bends as special guest with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers in this '82 concert.
The Dublin-based Celtic rock band, championed by U2, performs material from their Stateside debut, People, in this 1988 concert.
R&B legend Wilson Pickett sings his signature tunes "Mustang Sally," "In the Midnight Hour," "Funky Broadway" and "Land of 1,000 Dances."
West Louisiana fiddler and singer Doug Kershaw performs his signature "Diggy Diggy Lo" and "Cajun Joe" at Windham College in this '73 set.
Declan Patrick MacManus premieres "Shipbuilding," "Let Them All Talk," "Everyday I Write the Book" and other tunes from Punch the Clock.
The singer-songwriter performs J.J. Cale's "Thirteen Days" and his own anthemic "Free Fallin'" in this intimate acoustic set from 1994.
Hear Joe Satriani's interplanetary licks at this '88 San Diego show, including the title track of then-recently released Surfing With The Alien, and "Satch Boogie."
The iconic hard rock arrives at the Vault in a recently uploaded uncut show where he honors another legend, Arthur Lee.
From scoring Apocalypse Now to their songwriting process, Hart and Garcia discuss all things Dead.
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.
Hear great solos by such iconic drummers as Papa Jo Jones, Buddy Rich, Max Roach, Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, Gene Krupa and Billy Cobham.
The rising star guitarist showcases his stunning chops on "Shape of Jazz to Come" and "Straight No Chase" in this 1969 concert.
Hear 40 of the catchiest tunes written by such American song-crafters as John Hiatt, John Fogerty, the Boss, Warren Zevon and others.
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.
Charter members Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi lead a new lineup on "Pearly Queen" and "Dear Mr. Fantasy" at the Saugerties festival.
The neo-soul band, which entertained rabid crowds at the NFL's Super Bowl Pre-Game Tailgate Party, plays "Moneygrabber" and others.
Carrie "Big Boo" Black from Orange is the New Black swings Sondheim's "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd" and more in this 2002 Newport video.
The quintessential arena rock band performs the ultimate power ballad "Keep on Lovin' You" and their hit "Time for Me to Fly" in this 1983 set.
In 1993, Prince rocked the DNA Lounge with an intensely funky, two-set after-show jam that carried on until the wee hours of the morning.
Stevie Winwood leads the group on classics like "Dear Mr. Fantasy" and "Freedom Rider" and new tunes from Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory.
The Texas trio with the distinguishing facial hair are back with new album in September. Meantime, get revved up with this muscular concert from 1980.
Steve Earle was at the very beginning of a long and fascinating career at the time of this Bottom Line appearance.
The immortal guitarist was the finale to "3 Days of Peace & Music." Hear him play the closing tune "Villanova Junction" in this 1970 set.
The original lineup performs the revved up "Bodhisattva," the Latin-tinged "Do It Again" and the rockin' "Reeliin' In The Years" in 1974.
Reba pays tribute to Nashville legend Patsy Cline in this superb show from 1983 in Tennessee.
Three of the biggest bands of 2012 square off at the Grammys in the Best New Artist category. Hear them live, then let us know who you think should win.
You've heard their hit song "Ho Hey," check out the rest of their amazing live set from SXSW.
The Bay Area horn band, fueled by drummer Dave Garibaldi and bassist Rocco Prestia, premieres tunes from their debut album, East Bay Grease.
The folk-blues troubadour blends fingerstyle picking and passionate vocals on "Statesboro Blues" and "Dust My Broom" in this '73 solo set.
The Memphis rockabilly great was still going strong into the 80s. This show from the Cannery in Nashville has him playing and singing in full form.