The prog-rock band performs "Dust in the Wind," "Carry On Wayward Son" and other tunes that later appeared on 1978's Two for the Show.
This performance from the British royal's 1988 gala featured an all-star cast including Clapton, Elton John, Phil Collins and more.
Liverpool's Echo & The Bunnymen deliver over an hour of dark and moody Brit-pop in this spectacular set from 1984.
From gospel-tinged vocals to playing the piano with his cowboy boot, this clip is a perfect distillation of the Killer's audacious genius.
The twin guitars of Joan Jett and Lita Ford and the rest of the Runaways bring a little Sunset Strip glitz to the Palladium in this 1978 concert.
Mick, Keef and the boys play classics like "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and premiere "Start Me Up" in this two-hour set from their Tattoo You tour.
The soul music icon, who was born on this day in 1930, performs hits like "Hit the Road Jack" and "Mess Around" in this '89 Broadway concert.
At the time of this concert, the band was at the height of its popularity on the strength of "Money for Nothing," which reached #1 in 1985.
Blizzard of Ozz first arrived in the UK on this day in 1980. Hear the dynamic duo of Ozzy and guitar shredder Rhoads in this '81 concert.
Harmonizing guitar solos, swinging bass lines, songs about bar fights. You better believe it's a Thin Lizzy show. Here they are in 1977.
For American cinema fans, "Layla" has conjured images of mob hits and meathooks since the film's release in September of 1990.
The Canadian power trio brought their Grace Under Pressure Tour home and proceeded to set Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens ablaze.