Concert Vault


  1. A Newport Blues Summit Blues A Newport Blues Summit Langston Hughes hosts an afternoon program in 1960 showcasing Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Otis Spann, Sammy Price and others. A Newport Blues Summit Newport Jazz Festival Jul 3, 1960
  2. Happy Birthday, Moe Bandy! Country Happy Birthday, Moe Bandy! The Mississippi-born country singer turns 71 today. Hear him perform "Rodeo Romeo" and "I Cheated Me Right Out Of You" in this 1983 set. Happy Birthday, Moe Bandy! Lone Star Cafe Aug 24, 1983
  3. A Gringo Star Playlist Indie A Gringo Star Playlist Brothers Nicholas and Peter Furgiuele lead the indie group on tunes from All Y'all and Count Yer Lucky Stars in sessions from 2009-2013. A Gringo Star Playlist
  4. Scat Singing Spectacular Jazz Scat Singing Spectacular Hear vocal improvisers Betty Carter, Sarah Vaughan, Al Jarreau, Bobby McFerrin and Lambert, Hendricks & Ross unleash their scatting chops. Scat Singing Spectacular
  5. A Salute to Screamin' Jay Hawkins Rock A Salute to Screamin' Jay … The enigmatic pianist-singer and rock 'n' roll pioneer died on this day in 2000. Hear artists perform his theme song "I Put a Spell on You." A Salute to Screamin' Jay Hawkins
  6. The Flaming Lips at Tramps, 1999 Indie The Flaming Lips at Tramps… The Oklahoma City-based neo-psychedelic band performs its anthemic "She Doesn't Use Jelly" and premieres tunes from The Soft Bulletin. The Flaming Lips at Tramps, 1999 Tramps Aug 17, 1999
  7. Remembering Kenny Rankin  Jazz Remembering Kenny Rankin The late singer delivers jazzy interpretations of Jimi Hendrix's "Up From the Skies" and Bob Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man" in this 1976 set. Remembering Kenny Rankin Paul's Mall Jan 20, 1976
  8. Joe Ely's Mixed Bag at Tramps, 1996 Country Joe Ely's Mixed Bag at Tra… The Texas singer-songwriter premieres poignant story songs from Letter to Laredo and plays honky tonk numbers like "Oh, Boy!" Joe Ely's Mixed Bag at Tramps, 1996 Tramps Jun 20, 1996
  9. Happy Birthday, D'Angelo! Rock Happy Birthday, D'Angelo! The soul singer (aka Michael Eugene Archer) turns 41 today. Hear him perform tunes from his breakthrough album Brown Sugar in 1995. Happy Birthday, D'Angelo! Tramps Aug 30, 1995
  10. The Bad Plus Breaking the Rules Jazz watch video The Bad Plus Breaking the … The unorthodox piano trio puts its signature twist on "Theme From Chariots of Fire" and "This Guy's In Love With You" at Newport 2006. The Bad Plus Breaking the Rules Newport Jazz Festival Aug 13, 2006
  11. GRAMMY WINNER: Ziggy Marley Rock watch video GRAMMY WINNER: Ziggy Marley The son of Bob Marley won "Best Reggae Album" for Fly Rasta. See him perform "Feelin' Irie" and "Get Up Stand Up" in this 1995 video. GRAMMY WINNER: Ziggy Marley Shoreline Amphitheatre Sep 3, 1995
  12. GRAMMY WINNER: Johnny Winter Blues GRAMMY WINNER: Johnny Winter The late Texas bluesman won a posthumous "Best Blues Album" Grammy for his Step Back. Hear him with Muddy Waters in 1978. GRAMMY WINNER: Johnny Winter Palladium Mar 4, 1977
  13. GRAMMY WINNER: Dianne Reeves Jazz watch video GRAMMY WINNER: Dianne Reeves The singer won "Best Jazz Vocal Album" for Beautiful Life. Hear her perform "Afro Blue" and "Love for Sale" in this 1994 set. GRAMMY WINNER: Dianne Reeves Blue Room Jul 6, 1994
  14. GRAMMY WINNER: Glen Campbell Country GRAMMY WINNER: Glen Campbell The country star won "Best Country Song" for his bittersweet "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" about his struggle with Alzheimer's. Hear him in 1985. GRAMMY WINNER: Glen Campbell War Memorial Auditorium Greensboro Mar 2, 1985
  15. GRAMMY WINNER: Angelique KIdjo Folk & Bluegrass GRAMMY WINNER: Angelique K… The dynamic singer from Benin won for "Best World Music Album" for Eve. Hear her blend African folkloric music with rock in this 1998 set. GRAMMY WINNER: Angelique KIdjo Tramps Sep 26, 1998
  16. GRAMMY WINNER: Eminem Rock GRAMMY WINNER: Eminem The rapper won "Best Rap Album" for The Marshall Mathers LP2. Hear him perform tunes from The Slim Shady LP at Tramps in 1999. GRAMMY WINNER: Eminem Tramps Jan 9, 1999
  17. GRAMMY WINNER: Weird Al Yankovic Comedy GRAMMY WINNER: Weird Al Ya… The master of puns and parody won "Best Comedy Album" for Mandatory Fun. Hear him perform "Eat It" and "Yoda" in 1984. GRAMMY WINNER: Weird Al Yankovic Trafalmadore Mar 10, 1984
  18. GRAMMY WINNER: Tony Bennett Jazz watch video GRAMMY WINNER: Tony Bennett The classy singer won "Best Pop Vocal Album" for his collaboration with Lady Gaga on Cheek to Cheek. See him perform at Newport in 2002. GRAMMY WINNER: Tony Bennett Newport Jazz Festival Aug 10, 2002
  19. GRAMMY WINNER: Chick Corea Jazz watch video GRAMMY WINNER: Chick Corea The keyboardist-composer won "Best Jazz Instrumental Album" for Trilogy. See him with his Remembering Bud Powell band at Newport '96. GRAMMY WINNER: Chick Corea Newport Jazz Festival Aug 16, 1996
  20. GRAMMY WINNER: Rosanne Cash Country GRAMMY WINNER: Rosanne Cash The daughter of Johnny Cash won "Best Americana Album" for The River & The Thread. Hear her sing tunes from Seven Year Ache in 1983. GRAMMY WINNER: Rosanne Cash Reunion Arena Jul 21, 1983
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