The irascible satirist, social commentator and prolific songwriter performs a series of mind-blowing solos on these instrumental tunes.
One of the founding fathers of rock 'n roll performs his classics "Lucille," "Good Golly Miss Molly" and "Tutti Frutti" in this 1970 set.
This incredible sold-out show was recorded on the heels of Iggy Pop's best selling album of all time, Blah Blah Blah.
The folk-blues-reggae singer-songwriter performs his pro-weed anthem "Burn One Down" with the Innocent Criminals in this 2008 set.
The Canadian singer-songwriter performs "The Trouble with Normal" and his chilling reflection on war-torn "Nicaragua" in this '84 set.
Gruff-voiced Omar Dykes fronts the tough Texas blues-rockers on "Mississippi Hoodoo Man" and "You Ain't Foolin' Nobody" in '87.
The Texas singer-songwriter performs "Honky Tonk Heroes" and "I'm Just An Ol' Chunk Of Coal (But I'm Gonna Be a Diamond Someday)."
Stomp and clap along to acoustic finger-picking maestro Charlie Parr as he delivers a killer set of country-tinged blues for Daytrotter.
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 singer-songwriter and founding member of Velvet Underground performs his "Falklands Suite" and "Child's Christmas in Wales."
The former William Broad, part of the MTV-driven "Second British Invasion" of the early '80s, performs his hit song "Dancing With Myself."
The '60s British Invasion band performs their classics "Tell Her No," "Time of the Season" and "She's Not There" at the annual Austin bash.
The famed prog-rock band features its most potent lineup of Robert Fripp, Bill Bruford, Adrian Belew, and Tony Levin in this memorable 1984 concert.
The Austin-based guitarist-singer-songwriter, whose album The Story of Sonny Boy Slim drops on 9/11, unleashes at Good Danny's in 2012.
Warren Zevon performs his monster classic, "Werewolves of London," at the annual Bridge School Benefit concert in 1993.
The Grammy-winning Beninese singer-songwriter performs vibrant tunes from Logozo and a searing cover of Hendrix's "Voodoo Child."
The fingerstyle guitarist performs "Here, There And Everywhere" and "My Guitar Gently Weeps" and several rags in this 1976 solo set.
The fusion guitar trailblazer premieres his powerhouse group featuring drummer Alphonse Mouzon at the 1974 Newport Jazz Festival in New York.
Fresh off his departure from the James Gang, Joe Walsh delivers this stirring performance with Barnstorm, including his soon-to-be hit "Rocky Mountain High."
The Texas singer-songwriter performs "Narcotic Prayer," "Can't Get Off," and other dark, Hendrix-tinged tunes from Din of Ecstasy.
The duo of Joy Williams and John Paul White interpret Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" and premiere tunes from Barton Hollow at SXSW 2011.
The country group with gospel roots and pop appeal performs their hits "Elvira" and "Bobbie Sue" in this 1984 concert at Harrah's.
Hear the original BBB lineup in '66 - featuring Elvin Bishop & Howlin' Wolf's rhythm section - establishing influence over the San Francisco sound.
Continuing our Winter at Winterland series is blues icon B.B. King, captured here in '67 in full command of his considerable performance abilities.
Hear legendary tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins' uncommonly expressive ballad playing on "These Foolish Things" in this all-star jam.
The guitarist-composer performs tunes from '76's Bright Size Life and premieres tunes from '78's Pat Metheny Group in this set from Portland.
This set from early in the Dead's career is full of youthful exuberance and sunshiny soundscapes.
Listen to the indie legends in this monstrous 1984 performance, before they broke it big.
Bob's band, featuring guitarists Larry Campbell and Charlie Sexton, performs his classics and new tunes in this '99 Tramps set.
A new edition of the famed N'awlins group plays "Cissy Strut" and "Jungle Man" along with Hendrix's "Voodoo Child" in this 1998 concert.
The former Police man, who takes over the lead tonight in his B'Way play The Last Ship, covers "Purple Haze" and "Penny Lane" in 1993.
The raspy-voiced Grammy-winner covers The Stones' "Under My Thumb" and sings her big hit "Bette Davis Eyes" on her 1981 tour.
The Brooklyn-based exotic party band performs infectious North Indian funk tunes like "Chaal Baby" and "Shruggy Ji" at the annual Austin bash.
The gifted organist-singer-songwriter performs Sam Cooke's "A Change is Gonna Come" along with his many '70s hits in this '96 set.
Well known for being a huge part of the British Invasion of the '60s, the Animals took the Mid Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie by storm.
Backed by Steve Miller's band, the seminal rock 'n' roller performs his classics like "Memphis, Tennessee," "Around and Around" and "Nadine."
The Nashville-based band, by way of N'awlins, performs their catchy tunes "Katie Queen of Tennessee," "Stay Naive" and "Cornerstone."
Listen in on this 1978 recording to hear Duke's thoughts on the Dukey Stick, Sheila E., Shuggie Otis and more.
See the revved up New Wave group featuring lead singer Deborah Harry premiere "Hanging on the Telephone" and "Heart of Glass" in 1979
The Teens dropped by Daytrotter to spread some holiday cheer, and some boogers. Neighbor Glenn Danzig, sadly, does not appear.
The tough St. Louis band blends riffs, hooks and humor on "1000 Dollar Car," "Nancy Sinatra" and a raw cover of Neil Young's "Cortez the Killer."
The singer-songwriter-guitarist performs "Foolish Games," "You Were Meant for Me" and other tunes from her debut album, Pieces of You.
The Monkees first single, "Last Train To Clarksville" was released 46 years ago today. Hear them play it at their historic 2001 reunion show.
The rock 'n soul twosome covers the Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" and sings tunes from Private Eyes in this '83 set.
The west coast counterpart to the Modern Jazz Quartet, The Mastersounds' cool sound combines the shimmer of vibraphone with piano, bass, and drums.
The Brit boogie band featuring guitarist Peter Haycock kills on Willie Dixon's "Seventh Son" and Jimmy Reed's "Going to New York."
Frontman Craig Finn leads the Brooklyn-based alt-rock band on tunes from Boys and Girls in America and Stay Positive in this 2009 set.
The pianist was 94 years old at the time of this 1977 set from New Orleans. Hear him play his "Charleston Rag" and "Memories of You."
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