Listen to an early influence and old friend of Bob Dylan playing a rambling set of folk & blues tunes at the Ash Grove in 1967.
The troubadour-raconteur performs orchestral versions of his "Soldier Makes It Home" and "City of New Orleans" at this 2001 concert.
Guitarist Clarence White (later of The Byrds) joins in on the lament "I'm Just A Used To Be To You" and the bluegrass breakdown "Cackling Hen."
The eclectic quintet, featuring guitarists Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, blends early British folk music with jazz, rock and blues in a 1970 set.
Guitarist Clarence White and mandolinist Roland (aka the New Kentucky Colonels) perform bluegrass favorites in this two-hour playlist.
The two kindred spirits and former lovers perform "Blowin' in the Wind" and "I Shall Be Released" on the Rolling Thunder Revue tour of 1975.
The iconoclastic singer-songwriter-guitarist-activist-poet performs tunes from Dilante and covers Prince's "When Doves Cry" in this 1996 set.
At their first public performance, the JGAB delivers a tight set of material, including both Dead rarities and traditional Americana and bluegrass.
The California band performs all-acoustic versions of "Till I'm Blue," "A Little Too Late" and "Squeaky Wheel" at the 2013 Newport Folk Festival.
The folk and gospel singer joins the Georgia Sea Island Singers on the spiritual "I Know I Got Religion" and the joyful "So Glad I'm Here."
The '60s protest singer plays politically-tinged tunes like "Draft Dodger Rag" and "I Ain't Marching Anymore" during the Summer of Love.
The Righteous Babe sat in with Daytrotter a week before the release of her 2008 album Red Letter Year.
The comedian-author picks a mean banjo in his "other job" with the Steep Canyon Rangers in this 2009 concert from Nashville.
This new Concert Vault release finds Taylor singing the early classics like "Rainy Day Man" & "Something In the Way She Moves."
The Colorado alt-bluegrass band performs the ebullient "Pockets" and the edgy "Rag Doll" in this 2012 set from Asheville, North Carolina.
The late, confessional singer-songwriter delivers emotionally-charged tunes, including the previously unreleased "Another Old Song," in this intimate '76 set.
The singer-songwriter and clawhammer banjo player performs "Shotgun Blues" with her husband, banjo ace Bela Fleck, in 2011.
This 1968 Newport performance reveals Buckley just beginning to create the new musical hybrid that would anchor his legacy.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter performs "Come to My Window" and other tunes from her 'coming out' album Yes I Am in this intimate set.
Mandolinist and guitarist blend on some high lonesome harmonies on "20-20 Vision" and other tunes from Sleep With One Eye Open in 2011.
The old-timey string band revivalists premiere tunes from their album Death on Lee Highway & Other Southern Lullabies in this 1967 set.
The Nigerian king of juju music (aka, the Minister of Enjoyment) stirs up infectious rhythms with his African Beats at this Tramps concert.
The prolific singer-songwriter and voice of the counterculture performs "Draft Dodgers Rag" and "I Ain't Marching Anymore" in this 1967 set.
An amazing performance from two true folk music pioneers.
Get your Joni Mitchell fix with this amazing collection of her guest appearances and covered originals.
The folk icon mesmerizes the crowd with his passionate renditions of "All Along the Watchtower," "Woodstock" and his signature "Freedom."
With her powerful pipes and still-relevant message, Cris Williamson's voice rings out loud and clear from this 1973 concert.
Guitar picker Clarence White (later with the Byrds) and mandolinist brother Roland blend on a rollicking set of burning instrumental and vocal numbers.
The 47th edition of George Wein's clambake continues today with Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Nikki Lane, Spirit Family Reunion and more.
The singer-songwriter performs "Mornin' Sun," "Evenin'" and "Miss Hesitation" from his album Song for Juli in this 1973 set from Maine.
The progressive bluegrass band featuring mandolinist Sam Bush and banjoist Courtney Johnson heats up this Amazing Grace crowd.
The singer-songwriter, once hailed as "the next Dylan," performs his signature "Illegal Smiles," "Souvenirs" and "Sam Stone" in this '73 set.
Clarence Fountain and Jimmy Carter lead the gospel group on "Brother Moses" and other tunes from Deep River in this 1994 concert.
The innovative banjo virtuoso melds funk, Celtic and jazzgrass in premiering material from the group's Left of Cool.
In the fall of '75, Emmylou and band hit the road in support of the two albums released earlier that year, helping to perfect the new ensemble's live sound.
The father-son guitar team performs Americana classics like "Gambler's Yodel," "Milk Cow Blues" and "House of the Rising Sun" in this 1967 set.
The foursome from Durham plays "Po' Black Sheep," "Skillet Good and Greasy" and other old-timey string band tunes in this 2011 set.
It doesn't take much coaxing from Don McLean to get this crowd at The Bottom Line to join in on the chorus to his magnum opus, "American Pie."
John Denver kicks off a short set from 1972 with his soon-to-be classic "Rocky Mountain High," which was recorded just weeks before this performance.
Hear the Canadian singer-songwriter open for Cold Blood and Canned Heat back in 1968.
Georgians Amy Ray and Emily Saliers created the duo back in their college days. Listen to them 15 years later at the Laguna Seca Raceway!
#1: Save your money while you're young, you may need it when you get old. #2: If you go out drinking, don't wake your lady when you get home.
The singer-songwriter showcases her distinctive guitar style on her signature "Freight Train" and others at the age of 84 in this '76 set.
Vocalist and co-founder Clarence Fountain leads the gospel group on "Look Where He Brought Me From" and Dylan's "I Believe in You" in '94.
Hear interpretations of classic Dylan tunes by The Byrds, Grateful Dead, Van Morrison, Patti Smith, Joan Baez, U2 and others in this playlist.
The old-timey string band from Durham, North Carolina performs "Po' Black Sheep" and "Skillet Good and Greasy" in this 2011 set.
The singer-songwriter performs "Nineteen in Naples" and the title track from the movie There's Something About Mary in this '98 concert video.
Mike Seeger leads the New York-based string band on old-timey tunes like "Hot Corn, Cold Corn" and "Wild And Western Hobo."