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  1. Groucho Marx Reminisces Comedy Groucho Marx Reminisces The comedy legend tells tales about brothers Harpo, Chico and Gummo and sings humorous Tin Pan Alley ditties at age 82 in this 1972 concert. Groucho Marx Reminisces Masonic Auditorium Aug 11, 1972
  2. Roger McGuinn Unplugged Folk & Bluegrass Roger McGuinn Unplugged The guitarist-singer and Byrds co-founder turns 72 today. Hear him play Dylan's "My Back Pages" and "Mr. Tambourine Man" in this solo set. Roger McGuinn Unplugged Mahopac Mar 17, 1984
  3. Dolly Parton's New York City Debut Country Dolly Parton's New York Ci… The country star performs "Jolene," "Coat of Many Colors" and her signature tune "I Will Always Love You" in this 1977 Bottom Line show. Dolly Parton's New York City Debut Bottom Line May 14, 1977
  4. The Intimate Carly Simon Folk & Bluegrass The Intimate Carly Simon The singer-songwriter, who turns 69 today, is heard with James Taylor on "Mockingbird" from 1974 and with her son Ben Taylor in 2009. The Intimate Carly Simon
  5. Jerry Garcia in the Great Outdoors Folk & Bluegrass Jerry Garcia in the Great … The Grateful Dead guitarist debuts his Acoustic Band on unplugged versions of "Deep Elem Blues," "Ripple," "Friend of the Devil" in 1987. Jerry Garcia in the Great Outdoors French's Camp Aug 29, 1987
  6. A Waylon Jennings' Birthday Concert Country A Waylon Jennings' Birthda… The late country outlaw sings his hits "Are You Ready for the Country?" and "Good Hearted Woman" on his birthday 30 years ago. A Waylon Jennings' Birthday Concert Worcester Centrum Jun 15, 1984
  7. Rory Gallagher at the Bottom Line, '78 Blues Rory Gallagher at the Bott… The Irish blues-rock pioneer, who died on this day in 1995, performs his signature "Shin Kicker" and covers J.B. Hutto's "Too Much Alcohol." Rory Gallagher at the Bottom Line, '78 Bottom Line Nov 11, 1978
  8. Mick Taylor Joins the Rolling Stones Rock Mick Taylor Joins the Roll… It was this week in 1969 that the former Bluesbreakers guitarist made his debut on "Honky Tonk Women." Hear him on The Stones' '73 tour. Mick Taylor Joins the Rolling Stones Forest National Oct 17, 1973
  9. Dave Van Ronk Goes to College Folk & Bluegrass Dave Van Ronk Goes to College The "Mayor of MacDougal Street" was a major force in the folk revival of the early '60s. Hear him at Windham College in Vermont in 1972. Dave Van Ronk Goes to College Windham College Dec 2, 1972
  10. George Jones' Soulful Laments Country George Jones' Soulful Laments Country's greatest singer pours heart and soul into "Bartender's Blues," "I'm Not Ready Yet" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today" in this 1987 set. George Jones' Soulful Laments Executive Inn Feb 25, 1987
  11. Rodney Dangerfield at Catch a Rising Star Comedy Rodney Dangerfield at Catc… "My psychiatrist told me I was crazy. I said I want a second opinion. He said, 'Okay, you're ugly too," from his 1983 standup routine. Rodney Dangerfield at Catch a Rising Star Catch a Rising Star Jul 25, 1983
  12. Getting' Rowdy With Hank, Jr. Country Getting' Rowdy With Hank, … The son of the country icon turns 65 today. Hear him sing "All My Rowdy Friends" and "My Name is Bocephus" in this 1986 concert. Getting' Rowdy With Hank, Jr. Von Braun Center Jan 1, 1986
  13. Mississippi John Hurt at Ash Grove Blues Mississippi John Hurt at A… The Delta bluesman helped spearhead the folk and blues revival of the '60s. He demonstrates his unique finger-picking style in this 1964 set. Mississippi John Hurt at Ash Grove Ash Grove Jul 7, 1964
  14. Chet 'Mr. Guitar' Atkins in Nashville Country Chet 'Mr. Guitar' Atkins i… The Country Gentleman performs with sparse accompaniment from guitarist Paul Yandell and keyboardist Darryl Dybka in this 1985 set. Chet 'Mr. Guitar' Atkins in Nashville
  15. Top 10: Greatest Bass Players in the Vault Featured Top 10: Greatest Bass Play… Their low-end crunch and thundering funk are the essential link between rhythm and harmony. Check out our greatest four-string wizards. Top 10: Greatest Bass Players in the Vault
  16. British Invasion Playlist Featured British Invasion Playlist There's more to Britain than Beatlemania! Presented here are some of the most influential bands from across the pond over the last 40 years. British Invasion Playlist
  17. Ultimate Set List: Neil Young Featured Ultimate Set List: Neil Young Lovingly assembled from the many incredible performances the Vault has to offer, the Neil Young set list of your dreams, spanning his entire career. Ultimate Set List: Neil Young
  18. Charles Mingus at Nice Jazz Festival Jazz Charles Mingus at Nice Jaz… To mark the 50th anniversary of the bassist-composer's sessions for his avant garde opus, The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady, hear him in 1977. Charles Mingus at Nice Jazz Festival Grande Parade du Jazz Jul 13, 1977
  19. The Who at Tanglewood, 1970 Video watch video The Who at Tanglewood, 1970 The Who at Tanglewood, 1970 Tanglewood Jul 7, 1970
  20. 'Undercover' With Keith Richards in '83 Interviews 'Undercover' With Keith Ri… Catching up with the poster child for rock & roll decadence around the time the Stones were recording the follow-up to Tattoo You. 'Undercover' With Keith Richards in '83 Apr 13, 1983
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