Folk & Bluegrass
Uncut: Bon Jovi in '87
Capital Centre | Jul 21, 1987
Following the release of their first number one album
Slippery When Wet
, this show captures the energy of a band on top of the world.
Boogie Woogie With Commander Cody
Calderone Concert Hall | Aug 13, 1977
This Date in Vault History (8/13/77): Commander Cody brought his boogie-woogie country-rock to New York in support of his
Jeff Beck Just Wants to Play
May 10, 1975
With the release of
Blow By Blow
, it became clear that Beck could head in any direction he wanted. This instrumental show from '75 is nothing short of incredible.
America Gives It Another Try
Jul 4, 1978
This '78 concert, their first tour following Dan Peek's departure, showcases chart-toppers like "A Horse With No Name" and "Sister Golden Hair."
Ryan Adams at the Beacon Theatre
Jun 23, 2006
In 2006 Ryan Adams headed to the Beacon and performed three songs as part of a benefit for Arthur Lee from the group Love.
Video: Blues Traveler & Friends
Sep 3, 1995
Harmonica marvel and vocalist John Popper leads the blues-rock-funk jam band through tunes from their album
in this '95 set.
Echo & The Bunnymen vs. The Doors
Mar 30, 1984
Echo & The Bunnymen play their first UK hit "Crocodiles," which morphs into their version of the Doors' classic "Light My Fire."
Video: Eddie Van Halen Erupts in Toronto
Aug 19, 1995
See the guitar hero perform an outrageous unaccompanied medley of "Eruption/Spanish Fly/Cathedral" in this Van Halen concert from 1995.
103rd Anniv.: Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Take this race-inspired playlist for a spin to commemorate the first speed contest at The Brickyard held August 19, 1909.
The Neville Brothers Get Funky in San Fran
Feb 27, 1989
New Orleans's The Neville Brothers bring their smooth and soulful Big Easy funk to San Francisco's Warfield Theatre in this show from 1989.
The Box Tops Reunion at Tramps
Jun 21, 1997
Alex Chilton leads the '60s Memphis-based hippie-soul band on "Cry Like a Baby," "The Letter" and "Neon Rainbow" in this 1997 reunion.
Video: Springsteen in Passaic, '78
Sep 19, 1978
The Boss leads the E Street Band on "Born To Run" and "Tenth Avenue Freeze Out" in this video from the Capitol Theatre.
Gary Clark Jr. at Good Danny's, 2012
Apr 18, 2012
The Texas guitarist unleashes his distortion-laced licks on "When My Train Pulls In" and other tunes from his major label debut,
Blak and Blu
Oasis Plays Scotland, '94
Sep 3, 1994
The Manchester-based band premieres tunes from their debut album
in this Creation Records showcase from Glasgow.
New Release: Glenn Frey at Paradise, '82
Oct 3, 1982
The Eagles' guitarist-singer performs tunes from his solo debut
No Fun Aloud
and covers Marvin Gaye's soulful anthem "What's Going On."
CSNY's 1970 Fillmore East Run
Jun 4, 1970
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young play the third night of their legendary 6-night run at the Filmore East, just months after the release of
Angus Young's Relentless Boogie Onslaught
Oct 16, 1979
Hear the irrepressible AC/DC guitarist do "Highway to Hell," "Problem Child" and "Bad Boy Boogie" in this raucous 1979 concert.
Thin Lizzy - 1977
Oct 20, 1977
The boys are back in town! Let Thin Lizzy rock out for you in this 1977 concert.
U2’s Conspiracy of Hope
Jun 15, 1986
The politically-aware band helps raise awareness about human rights before a crowd of over 70,000 at the Giants Stadium in 1986.
Phil Collins' First Solo Tour
Dec 10, 1982
The singer leads his punchy horn band through "In the Air Tonight" and "People Get Ready" in this 1982 concert.
Countdown to Midnight
Join the Grateful Dead, J.B. Hutto, Frank Zappa, the Allman Brothers, Los Lobos, Southside Johnny and Mountain in bringing in the New Year.
New Download: Springsteen in Jersey, 1978
Sep 20, 1978
For the first time ever, members can now download this classic Springsteen show from the Capitol Theatre, recorded during his legendary
Jack Bruce Gets Political
Dec 26, 1980
The former Cream frontman plays a funkified version of "Politician" along with other favorites at the Capitol Theatre.
Video: Carlos Santana Does Jimi
Nov 3, 1991
The guitar hero delivers a salsafied rendition of Hendrix's "Third Stone From the Sun" in this scintillating set from Golden Gate Park in 1991.
Just Added: James Brown Doin' It To Death
Dec 17, 1977
The dynamic Godfather of Soul ignites the stage with funk classics like "Sex Machine," "Cold Sweat" and "Soul Power" in a '77 set from Boston.
Huey Lewis & The News at the Superdome
May 18, 1986
The powerfully-voiced singer leads his group on their hits "The Power of Love," "I Want a New Drug" and others in this America Rocks concert.
Master Songwriter J.D. Souther in 1975
Nov 30, 1975
Hearing this '75 San Francisco set, it's easy to see why Souther is nominated for 2013 induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
The Grateful Dead Usher in 1971
Dec 31, 1970
San Francisco's favorite sons cover The Rascals' "Good Lovin'" and premiere "The Other One" in this New Year's Eve concert at Winterland.
Phish at Shoreline Amphitheatre, '98
Oct 18, 1998
The jam band godfathers have been teasing songs from their upcoming next album on their current tour. Hear them in this unplugged set.
Sting in Past and Present Tense
May 16, 1993
Mr. Sumner releases his latest
The Last Ship
today. Hear him in concert 20 years ago covering Beatles, Hendrix, Bill Withers and Police tunes.
Gregg Allman's New York Residency
May 25, 1987
The Allman Brothers Band leader kicked off a 10-night run Sunday at NYC's City Winery. Hear him on his
I'm No Angel
tour from 1987.
Billy Joel Back in the U.S.S.R.
Aug 2, 1987
Billy Joel rocks the U.S.S.R. in '87 as it hadn't been for the longest time.
Kenny Loggins in '79
Oct 24, 1979
It's a soft-rocking set from the legendary songwriter, performing in D.C. just a few years after the split with band-mate Jim Messina.
New Riders of the Purple Sage in NYC, 1973
Nov 24, 1973
Hear the New Riders just as they were shifting from a Dead side project to a fully realized band with their own following and fan base.
Van Morrison at Winterland
Feb 2, 1974
The Irish soul-shouter puts his stamp on Dylan's "Just Like a Woman" and Willie Dixon's "I Just Want to Make Love to You" in this superb 1974 concert.
Hooks From the Vault: The UK Edition
Hear 40 of the catchiest tunes written by such Brit pop-meisters as Elvis Costello and Dave Edmunds, Squeeze, the Kinks and the Police.
Uncut: Gin Blossoms at Slim's
Apr 11, 1992
The tight power pop band from Tempe premieres tunes from their debut album,
New Miserable Experience
, in this 1992 set.
Dream Syndicate's Late Night Jam
Sep 5, 1982
Steve Wynn fronts the group on Donovan's "Season of the Witch," Dylan's "Outlaw Blues" and Buffalo Springfield's "Mr. Soul" in 1982.
NEW: Pearl Harbor & The Explosions
Aug 24, 1979
The Bay Area new wave band performs "Let's Eat," "Shut Up And Dance" and their single "Drivin'" in this 1979 set from the Oakland Auditorium.
The Tubes' New Years Countdown
Dec 31, 1975
Theatrical frontman Fee Waybill welcomes in 1976 with the Stanford Marching Band playing "Living in the U.S.A." in this wild concert video.
The Who Premieres 'Tommy'
Oct 22, 1969
Pete Townshend leads the group on an early performance of his rock opera about the "deaf, dumb and blind kid" in this '69 Fillmore East set.
U2 at Paradise, '81
Mar 6, 1981
Bono leads the Dublin-based group on "Twilight," "I Will Follow" and other tunes from their debut album
on their second US tour.
The Jam Ends, Style Council Begins
May 11, 1984
To diehard fans' dismay, Paul Weller broke up The Jam in '82 to form this more progressive pop act with Mick Talbot.
Prince & Friends at Tramps, '98
Sep 26, 1998
Following his Madison Square Garden show, the Purple One hosts an after-party jam featuring special guests Larry Graham and Chaka Khan.
Black Sabbath in New Jersey, 1975
Aug 5, 1975
This incredible recording from Asbury Park in 1975 catches Black Sabbath at the peak of its power - heavy as a locomotive and louder than hell.
Just Added: Rick Springfield in L.A., '82
Aug 13, 1982
The Aussie-born pop star/actor performs his smash hit "Jessie's Girl," "Love Is Alright Tonite" and other tunes from
Working Class Dog
Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show, '78
Jan 25, 1978
After singing about wanting to be on the cover of
, they finally made it. Hear them in a Bottom Line show.
Executive Order Imposed at Tramps
Nov 17, 1995
The Presidents of the United States of America perform wry, grunge ditties like "Boll Weevil," "Back Porch" and "Kitty" from their first album.
Just Added: Robert Palmer in Boston, '79
Sep 29, 1979
The British singer-songwriter performs his hit single "Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor Doctor)" and other tunes from his album
Ultravox in Germany, 1983
Apr 15, 1983
Guitarist-singer Midge Ure leads the London-based electro-pop pioneers on "Visions in Blue," "Reap the Wild Wind" and more from
Paul McCartney Earns Another Honor
Jul 4, 1990
This week Sir Paul becomes an Officer of France's Legion of Honor. Enjoy some of the exquisite songcraft that has brought him such recognition.
The Clash Comes to America
Feb 13, 1979
Hear the British punk-reggae-funk band perform material from
Give 'Em Enough Rope
in their first Stateside tour from 35 years ago.
Janis Joplin Flies Solo
Feb 12, 1969
After leaving Big Brother & The Holding Company, the soulful singer formed her Kozmic Blues Band. Hear an early performance from 1969.
Dickey Betts Hits the 'Highway'
Dec 14, 1974
The Allman Brothers Band guitarist premieres tunes from his country flavored
with fiddler Vassar Clements in this 1974 set.
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