Mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile brought his illustrious new-grass group to Paste's Outdoor Stage on Sixth to perform for an enthusiastic crowd.
Get Up, Stand Up for this great example of why Marley's musical catalog remains one of the most exciting and influential in history.
The Maytals brought their rocksteady beat to the Winterland and transported all in attendance away to Jamaica's funky capital city.
Watch the English Beat's charismatic frontman in this intimate stripped down solo set and interview.
Watch or listen to John Fogerty and his backing band (featuring Randy Jackson & Steve Jordan) play through this classic set from '89.
Nobody before or since has been able to combine such off-the-wall lyrics and incongruously complicated melodies in a more satisfying way.
In honor of the multifaceted artist's 64th birthday, check out this short set and interview that he did for us at the Wolfgang's Vault office.
Watch legendary Bronx rapper KRS-One deliver his eye-opening verses, reminding Nelson Mandela's supporters that the struggle is ongoing.
Watch the SF Symphony, conducted by Emil de Cou, playing the American classics for Mountain View, CA on the 4th of July.
These guys are completely insane in all the right ways. Watch the rock-meets-standup spectacle complete with simulated sex acts on a stuffed hippo.
The ever-versatile Heartbreaker adds his ivory touch to Pearl Jam's acoustic version of "Black" in 1994.
Watch or listen to this great set by The Indigo Girls in 1994. Featuring a great version of their song "Welcome Me".