The Brit new wave star premieres "Fools in Love," "Is She Really Going Out With Him" and other tunes from his debut album, Look Sharp!
The soulful singer flaunts her stellar slide guitar chops on NRBQ's "Green Lights" and "About to Make Me Leave Home" in this '89 set.
The Godfather of Soul performs his classics "Soul Power," "Sex Machine," "Cold Sweat" and "Get Up Offa That Thing" in this 1977 set.
Singer-songwriter Jay Kay leads the Brit funk-acid jazz band on tunes from their Synkronized album and a cover of the Stones' "Miss You."
The prog-rock pioneers perform classics like "Nights in White Satin," "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)" and "Ride My See-Saw."
The 71-year-old funk legend was recently awarded $5 million in lost royalties by an LA jury. Hear him throwing down back in the day.
Ain't nothin' but J. Geils Band tearing the roof off of the Winterland like it's their job, because it is.
Twenty years after disbanding, the Memphis power pop band, led by singer-songwriter-guitarist Alex Chilton, reformed with a new lineup.
Travel back to 1967 for this psychedelic show. Recorded only a year after the band formed, the solid set will hypnotize you with songs like "Live For Today."
Original Red Hot Chili Peppers members Hillel Slovak and Jack Irons fuel the L.A. band on tunes from their Todd Rundgren-produced debut.
See the guitar hero perform an outrageous unaccompanied medley of "Eruption/Spanish Fly/Cathedral" in this Van Halen concert from 1995.
Hear one of Reed's most potent outfits, featuring his Strat-strangling right-hand man, in this two-hour concert from the Bottom Line.
The Texas guitar slinger unleashes his signature licks on Chuck Berry classics "Johnny B. Goode" and "Roll Over Beethoven" in this '76 set.
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 Allman Brothers Band guitarist premieres tunes from his country flavored Highway Call with fiddler Vassar Clements in this 1974 set.
The Punk Poetess performs her masterpiece "Horses" and covers Lennon's "Cold Turkey" and The Who's "My Generation" at the NYC club.
The Presidents of the United States of America perform wry, grunge ditties like "Boll Weevil," "Back Porch" and "Kitty" from their first album.
The new wave band led by singer Patty Donahue and guitarist Chris Butler get into the spirit of the season on "Christmas Wrapping" in '82.
Part of John Lennon's last public concerts, this short performance features some outstanding versions of "Come Together" and "Imagine" among others.
Hear the four brothers from Mississippi evolve from gospel-Delta blues vocal quartet in 1964 to hippie funk-rock band in 1969.
The funky rhythm guitarist joins Chic bandmate Tony Thompson on stage with the Brit group for a finale of "Girls on Film" in this '84 set.
Another shining example of why Chicago's Terry Kath belongs in the top echelon of guitar gods.
The Grateful Dead guitarist switches to pedal steel guitar on "Six Days on the Road," "Dirty Business" and "Honky Tonk Women" in this '71 set.
Gordon Gano leads the Milwaukee band on acoustic versions of "I'm Nothing," "It's Gonna Rain" and "Untrue Love" in this 2016 reunion set.
Bo Diddley pushes the sound system to it's limit in this short but raucous set from one of rock and roll's true pioneers.
This 'Holy Grail' of a show is one of the only professional recordings made on Genesis' last tour with the great Peter Gabriel.
The new wave band from London performs "Quick Quick Slow," "Worlds Apart" and other tunes from The Sound of Sunbathing in this 1979 set.
The Cars' debut album was only three months old when they brought their catchy new wave jams to New York City's Palladium in 1978.
The new wave singer-songwriter performs his "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor Doctor)" and "Cadillac Walk" in this 1979 set from Boston.
The Grand Wazoo himself shuts up and plays his guitar in this powerful all-instrumental playlist of concerts from 1970-1978.
The Canadian alt-rocker premieres "All I Really Want," "You Oughta Know" and "Hand in My Pocket" in this 1995 Tramps concert.
The organist and soulful singer commences the Midwest leg of his tour this week with his new band. Hear him tour I'm No Angel in 1987.
The L.A. band, hot off their mega-selling debut album, Get The Knack, performs "Oh Tara," "Good Girls Don't" and "My Sharona" in this '79 set.
New Orleans' first family of funk throws down in old school style on "Hey Pocky Way," "Voodoo" and "Shake Your Tambourine."
The singer-songwriter (aka Steven Krikorian) performs "H-A-T-R-E-D" and "Willie and the Pigman" from his solo debut, Life in the Foodchain.
The Brit band from Birmingham plays "Metal Gods" from British Steel and premieres new tunes from Defenders of the Faith in a '84 set.
See Aretha Franklin perform "Respect" and "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" at the Fillmore West in this 1971 concert video.
Hear ten men working hard and playing the brass-heavy blues, fronted by Neil in his 1988 reinvention as uncompromising bandleader.
Bo Diddley rocked Jamaica Pond Park in the Massachusetts with his signature sound and rectangular guitar.
David Clayton Thomas leads a powerhouse octet on expanded versions of "Lucretia MacEvil," "And When I Die" and "Spinning Wheel" in 1977.
Guest guitarist Robert Fripp delivers one of the sickest solos ever on the Kinks' "All Day And All Of The Night" in this Peter Gabriel set.
The bassist-singer-funkateer stretches out with his Rubber Band on P-Funk anthems like "One Nation Under a Groove" and "Flashlight."
The Eagles' guitarist-singer performs tunes from his solo debut No Fun Aloud and covers Marvin Gaye's soulful anthem "What's Going On."
Brothers Dave and Phil Alvin bring their 'American Music', including revved-up renditions of "This Is It" and "Marie Marie," across the pond.
As ABB kicks off its final March run at NYC's Beacon Theatre, see them in a 1979 concert video with Dickey Betts and Dan Toler on guitars.
Declan Patrick MacManus premieres "Shipbuilding," "Let Them All Talk," "Everyday I Write the Book" and other tunes from Punch the Clock.
This recording, made in 1974 for the King Biscuit Flower Hour, features many of the Canadian rockers' classic songs.
The guitar hero delivers a salsafied rendition of Hendrix's "Third Stone From the Sun" in this scintillating set from Golden Gate Park in 1991.