The two Byrds frontmen blend tight harmony vocals and jangling guitar lines in this acoustic reunion concert at the Bottom Line in 1978.
Charley Pride, the greatest selling performer on RCA since Elvis, makes adoring fans swoon at this 1985 show in West Virginia.
The Austin singer-songwriter performs his "Viper of Melody," "Fair Weather Blues" and "Thunderstorms and Neon Signs" in this playlist.
Roger McGuinn and bandmates excel at the iconic LA nightclub in 1970 with their constantly evolving brand of country rock & bluegrass.
The country star won "Best Country Song" for his bittersweet "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" about his struggle with Alzheimer's. Hear him in 1985.
The matriarch of the famous Carter family performs solo renditions of "Lulu Wall" and "Single Girl, Married Girl" in this 1963 Ash Grove set.
The country star performs her hit "Delta Dawn" and tunes from Tear Me Apart in this 1980 concert from Olympic Village Theater in Lake Placid.
The prolific singer-songwriter performs "Whiskey River," "Crazy," "On the Road Again" and many others in this intimate two-hour set.
The Canadian country singer performs "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" and "Don't Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)" on her '99 Come On Over tour.
The legendary singer performs his hits "The Race Is On," "White Lightning" and his poignant "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" in 1985.
As songwriting legend Kris Kristofferson readies his new record, Feeling Mortal, for release next week, listen to his powerful Daytrotter session from '09.
Stomp and clap along to acoustic finger-picking maestro Charlie Parr as he delivers a killer set of country-tinged blues for Daytrotter.
The rocker ("All I Wanna Do," "Everyday Is a Winding Road") premieres tunes from her album Feels Like Home in this 2013 Daytrotter session.
Hear the outlaw country rocker play his oft-covered "Mr. Bojangles" and a dozen others at NYC's Bottom Line in 1978.
The country superstar performs "The Gambler," "Coward of the County," "She Believes in Me" and "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" in 1980.
The legendary guitarist performs "Ready for the Times to Get Better," Don McLean's "Vincent" and George Benson's "Sunrise" in this '85 set.
The Ragin' Cajun alternates between guitar and violin while singing in English and French patois in these 1973 concerts.
The country music matriarch performs classics like "Wildwood Flower," "Lulu Wall" and "Single Girl, Married Girl" in this solo set from 1963.
The singer-songwriter performs his "Take This Job And Shove It," "Long Haired Redneck" and "Jack Daniels, If You Please" in 1984.
The country crossover artist just released her masterpiece, The River & The Thread. Hear her sing "Seven Year Ache" 30 years ago.
With the most wins of any female vocalist in Academy of Country Music Awards history, Reba McEntire shows us why she's taken home so many statues.
Bobby Bare opens this set from Nashville in 1980 with his "personal favorite," a cover of Billy Joe Shaver's "Ride Me Down Easy."
The prolific singer/songwriter performs "Me and Bobbie McGee," "Help Me Make It Through the Night" and "Why Me" in this 1982 set.
Listen to Billy Craddock play Tony Orlando's infections country pop hit, "Knock Three Times."
Larry Gatlin leads the countrypolitan band on "Houston (Means I'm One Day Closer To You)" and "Sweet Becky Walker" in a '84 set from Austin.
40 years ago, the frantic "Dueling Banjos" became one of the few instrumentals to go gold. Hear Hee Haw star Roy Clark's rendition in '82.
Steve Earle was at the very beginning of a long and fascinating career at the time of this Bottom Line appearance.
The former member of The Outlaws fronts his own country-rock band on tunes from their debut album Grey Ghost in this '79 set from Boston.
The singer-songwriter performs "Heart to Heart," "I Think I Love Him" and more from her semi-autobiographical The Ballad of Sally Rose.
From 1980 to 1987, Alabama made 21 singles that topped the country charts - this 1981 show has all the early hits as well as some great country-rock covers.
One of the greatest voices in country music performs his "Ragged But Right," "The Race Is On" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today" in Boston.
The soulful singer-songwriter salutes country greats Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings on "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes."
The crossover country star and co-host of Hee Haw flaunts pyrotechnic banjo chops and some serious guitar picking in this smoking 1982 set.
The singer-songwriter and wicked guit-picker plays "My Wife Thinks Your Dead," "Hillbilly Hula Gal" and "Sugarfoot Rag" in this '92 set.
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)."
The contemporary country duo premiere their single "Somebody Buy This Cowgirl a Beer" at the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition.
In honor of Owsley "Bear" Stanley, the extended Grateful Dead family gathers this weekend in Laurelton, PA. Enjoy this 1971 NRPS concert to get ready.
Austin,TX, honkey-tonkers Crooks know a few things about heartbreak, and their remedy is more whiskey. Listen to their great Daytrotter session from 2011 here.
The fiddler-guitarist-singer leads his band on "The Legend of Wooley Swamp," "Damn Good Cowboy" and "The Devil Went Down to Georgia."
Hear DAC lead the band in this wide-ranging set, from original tunes to Eagles covers to Dylan. Warren Haynes and Peter Rowan join in the fun.
This awesome long set was recorded in Nashville as part of Daniels' jumbo package show and features more than a handful of great special guests.
Hear this '84 CDB performance from Nashville's Municipal Auditorium, and catch the band this weekend a few miles away at the famed Ryman Auditorium.
Guitarist-singer Ray Benson leads the Austin-based band on "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie," "Ghost Dancer" and "Cajun Stripper" in this 1977 set.
The crossover singer ("The Gambler," "She Believes in Me," "Coward of the County") is inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame tonight.
He won an Academy Award for "The Weary Kind," theme song from Crazy Heart. Check out his Daytrotter session to hear more.
Country-rock superstars Alabama were at the peak of their success when they recorded this show in 1983 in front of a deafening hometown crowd.
The singer-songwriter performs tunes from her Grammy-winning album Wrecking Ball and delivers a rousing "Indian Red" in this '96 set.
The Columbus, Ohio-based country-rock band plays their hit "Making a Living's Been Killing Me" and other tunes from Let The Hard Times Roll