On this day in 1973, The Who were in Philly on their legendary U.S. Quadrophenia tour. Relive the moment here.
Jersey soul man Southside Johnny Lyon turns 65 today. Watch him work up a sweat with his Asbury Jukes in this 1978 concert video.
A star studded cast is currently filming a movie about James Brown's rise to fame titled Get On Up. Get excited with this show from 1969.
The late guitarist-composer died on this day in 1993. Watch him perform "Easy Meat," "Yellow Snow" and others in this 1986 video.
The former lead singer of Black Sabbath turns 65 today. Hear him perform "Mr. Crowley," "Crazy Train" and "Iron Man" in this '86 concert.
At the time of this concert, the Isley Brothers were at the top of their game. Their release 3 + 3 was blowing up and soon to go platinum.
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.
Laurie Anderson performs spoken word material from The Ugly One With Jewels before introducing then-boyfriend Lou Reed.
The British punk turns 58 today. Hear him perform "White Wedding," "Eyes Without a Face," "Dancing With Myself" at this 1984 concert.
The Band's farewell concert was staged by Bill Graham and presented on Thanksgiving Day in 1976 at San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom.
Hear a playlist of groups over the years that ate their turkey backstage before going on to perform vibrant sets despite the trytophan.
It's hard to believe Scorsese left this epic jam on the cutting room floor. Watch the Band get groovy with Ringo, Clapton, Neil Young, and more.