The instrumental group led by organist Booker T. Jones reprises its 1960 hits "Green Onions" and "Time Is Tight" the Bottom Line, 1977.
Hear Meat Loaf kick off this epic 1977 show with the song that started it all.
28 years ago today, Elton John announced he was retiring from touring. Here is a great 1986 show from one of his many subsequent tours.
Ain't nothin' but J. Geils Band tearing the roof off of the Winterland like it's their job, because it is.
NIck Lowe and Dave Edmunds perform catchy power pop tunes like "So It Goes," "Crawling from the Wreakage" and "Girls Talk" in this '80 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.
Guitarist-singer Jon Pousette-Dart leads the pop-rock group on "Long Legs," "Gotta Get Away" and other tunes from Never Enough.
The post-punk group performs tunes from London Calling and Sandanista! in this legendary set from the heart of NYC's Times Square.
Before joining Jefferson Airplane, Grace Slick sang "Somebody to Love" and "White Rabbit" with this band she formed with husband Jerry Slick.
Laurie Anderson recites pieces from Stories from the Nerve Bible and Lou Reed plays tunes from The New York Album in separate solo sets.
The Animals frontman drops his album today. Click here for two Burdon sets separated by nearly three decades to hear his evolution through the years.
The L.A. roots root/cowpunk band covers Tom Petty's "Ways to be Wicked" and closes this Boston set with Lou Reed's "Sweet Jane."
The versatile singer updated a variety of tunes on his 'Serious Moonlight' tour, including "Space Oddity" and "Young Americans."
George Clinton leads the P-Funk All-Stars on anthems like "We Want the Funk" and "Mothership Connection" at the 1999 Woodstock Festival.
Reggie delivers dynamic performances of "Funeral for a Friend," "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," and "Crocodile Rock" in this 2-hour set.
The rock 'n roll pioneer sings his 1961 hit "Quarter to Three" and tunes from his Springsteen-produced Dedication in this 1981 video.
The venerable singer-songwriter just released his 36th studio album, a duets project titled Keep Me Singing. Hear him at the Fillmore in 1970.
The enigmatic Ian Anderson leads the progressive Brit rock group through "Thick as a Brick," "Aqualung," "Locomotive Breath" and others.
This Traffic show from 1970 finds the former trio expanding to a four piece, allowing Winwood and Wood to really stretch out on their newer tunes.
The multi-platinum-selling band performs tunes from their second album Yoyo and covers the Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows."
The London-based new wave diva shows her idiosyncratic style on "Too Tender to Touch" and her hit single "Lucky Number" from Stateless.
Leon Russell opens this 1976 show at the Fillmore East with a stirring rendition of Dylan's Freewheelin' classic, "Girl From The North Country."
The New Orleans party band lays down infectious parade beats on "My Feet Can't Fail Me Now" and "Snowball" in this 2003 set.
The late soulful singer performs a searing version of "With a Little Help From My Friends" in this 1970 set from the Fillmore West.
The singer-songwriter gets an assist from guest Bonnie Raitt on "World in Motion" and "Here Come Those Tears Again" in this 1992 set.
This Talking Heads set from the Heatwave Festival in Ontario marked the debut of their recently expanded lineup as well as new songs from Remain In Light.
The power pop band plays favorites "Surrender," "Need Your Love" and "I Want You To Want Me" and covers the Beatles' "Day Tripper."
Let the prince of soft rock ballads, Michael Bolton, sail you through the rest of the work week with songs like "Can't hold On, Can't Let Go" and "Fools Game."
As Joan releases Starlight and prepares for her Oceania tour, hear her ride "Tall in the Saddle" in '78 at the Hammersmith Odeon.
The Godfather of Soul gets down with his bad self on "Too Funky In Here," "Cold Sweat" and "Living in America" in this 1984 video.
The Meters bassist funks it up with his Runnin' Pardners on "Yeah, You Right," "Loose Booty" and the classic "Cissy Strut."
The brothers Kirkwood, bassist Cris and guitarist Curt, do their Grateful Dead styled neo-psychedelic shredding on tunes from No Joke!
The Bay Area horn band, fueled by drummer Dave Garibaldi and bassist Rocco Prestia, premieres tunes from their debut album, East Bay Grease.
Pink Floyd's 1977 tour is widely considered to be one of the band's most memorable. The group's popularity was at an all-time peak.
Hear Toy & Tommy Caldwell with the MTB (opening for the Allmans, whose set can also be found in the Vault) on this magical Winterland night in '73.
The visionary composer-performer explores the power of the human voice in this daring 1985 show that is entirely sans instruments.
Though commonly associated with the NY scene around CBGB, Mink DeVille started out in SF, and brought their urban cool back to the Winterland in '78.
The original 'bad girl of rock 'n' roll' and leader of the Ronettes sings "Da Doo Ron Ron" and joins Martha Reeves on "Dancing in the Streets."
Rod Stewart sings his disco flavored hit along with classics like "Maggie May" and "You Wear It Well" on his Blondes Have More Fun tour of '78.
The dynamic diva leads Ike's R&B revue on smokin' covers of "Respect," "I've Been Loving You Too Long" and "Honky Tonk Women."
Hear songs performed on Pink Floyd's first live album during a 1970 concert that also includes tracks from their follow-up, Atom Heart Mother, before its release.
The literary rocker, a follower of Dylan and contemporary of Springsteen, performs tunes from Just a Story from America in 1977.
The Godfather of Soul performs his hit single "Say It Loud, I'm Black and I'm Proud" along with classics like "Lickin' Stick" and "Try Me" in 1969.
Enjoy this uncut concert of the wonderfully raspy Bob Seger playing Boston Garden in 1980.
The New York new wave band, led by co-founders Chris Stein and Deborah Harry, performs "Heart of Glass" and tunes from Parallel Lines.
Roger McGuinn leads the Clarence White edition of the band on classics like "So You Want To Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star" and "Eight Miles High."
David Byrne leads an expanded version of the group featuring guitarist Adrian Belew on "Once in a Lifetime" and "Life During Wartime" in 1980.
The Brooklyn-born singer performs her hit single "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and covers the Beatles "Helter Skelter" in this 1981 set.
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