Folk & Bluegrass
Lynyrd Skynyrd Fly On in Oakland
Oakland Coliseum Stadium | Jul 2, 1977
Watch the mighty Lynyrd Skynyrd play to a packed Oakland Coliseum during Bill Graham's Day On the Green Festival in 1977.
Dr. John's New Orleans Voodoo
Bottom Line | Nov 8, 1978
"Ladies and Gentlemen, the Doctor will see you now…" Listen to Dr. John play his bayou boogie-woogie in 1978 at the famed Bottom Line in NYC.
2nd Annual Jazz & Colors Event
Fall foliage and swing converge at Central Park tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. Sample the set list that 30 ensembles will play simultaneously.
John Hiatt Live in Philly
Aug 26, 1987
Check out this rootsy set from 1987 to get caught up with this songwriter's songwriter before his next album comes out.
Video: A Tribute to John Coltrane
Aug 10, 2004
Saxophonists Michael Brecker and Ravi Coltrane are joined by McCoy Tyner, Roy Haynes and Christian McBride in a 2004 set from Newport.
Uncut: Mavis Staples' Regal R&B
Nov 9, 1994
The dynamic soul diva performs Staple Singers tunes like "If You're Ready," "Respect Yourself" and "Let's Do It Again" in this 1994 concert.
Folk & Bluegrass
Hassan Hakmoun's Trance Music
Aug 14, 1994
The New York-based Moroccan musician blends mesmerizing folkloric elements of the Gnawan style with rock elements at Woodstock '94.
The Who at the Fillmore East, '68
Apr 6, 1968
The proto-punk band plays "Happy Jack," "Summertime Blues" and "My Generation" in their first appearance at the fabled NYC rock palace.
May 14, 1983
Let the prince of soft rock ballads, Michael Bolton, sail you through the rest of the work week with songs like "Can't hold On, Can't Let Go" and "Fools Game."
Blues at The Bottom Line
Remember late Bottom Line cofounder Stanley Snadowsky with this playlist of blues artists who played the New York club during the '70s and '80s.
Folk & Bluegrass
Joan Baez at Newport Folk Fest
Jul 26, 1968
In 1968, before she was a part of the Rolling Thunder Review, Baez was performing her beautiful blend of folk solo.
B.B. King Live at the Bottom Line, 1978
Jun 22, 1978
Musician, historian and ambassador for the blues, B.B. will always be one of the most influential guitarists in the history of the instrument.
New Release: Humble Pie in NYC, 1981
Mar 25, 1981
Despite having all their gear stolen hours before the show, Humble Pie persevered to deliver a rocking set full of old favorites and new jams.
Cream's Farewell Tour
Oct 4, 1968
Making a last round after the release of the aptly titled
, the original power trio is at their best in this raw and unadulterated performance.
The Antlers' Dream Pop
Oct 30, 2009
The Brooklyn band performs "Shiva" and other lushly orchestrated tunes from their acclaimed album
in this 2009 Daytrotter session.
Fred McDowell at Newport Folk Festival, '68
Jul 27, 1968
The Mississippi blues singer and slide guitarist performs the country blues classics "Shake 'Em on Down" and "Cornfield Blues."
Folk & Bluegrass
New to the Vault: Harry Chapin
Oct 21, 1978
The square-jawed singer/songwriter/activist pals around with Chevy Chase and sings a host of his many hits in this 1978 video concert.
Groucho Marx in '72
Aug 11, 1972
The comedy legend recalls some of his favorite childhood anecdotes including his first love and his namesake.
Waylon Jennings Sings the Hits
Jun 15, 1984
The outlaw country star performs "Lukenbach,Texas," "Good Hearted Woman" and "Theme From the Dukes of Hazard' in this 1984 concert.
Booker T. & The MG's Groove at Winterland
Jun 8, 1968
Stax house band Booker T. & the MG's, originators of the Memphis soul sound, play their often-imitated "Green Onions" during this 1968 set.
Pink Floyd Shines in '77
May 9, 1977
This set from Oakland Coliseum is one of the finest performances of the band’s career. It is also one of the best and last live versions of
Wish You Were Here
Uncut: The Heath Brothers in '76
Sep 15, 1976
Brothers Jimmy, Percy and Tootie join pianist Stanley Cowell for this invigorating straight ahead set from the Great American Music Hall.
The Best of Live From the Improv
Hear where some of your favorite comics got their start in this hilarious playlist.
Don Henley Gets to the Heart of the Matter
Nov 2, 1991
Hear Henley's '91 set from Shoreline Amphitheatre, including the hit "The Heart of the Matter," co-written by Heartbreakers guitarist Mike Campbell.
Uncut: Roberta Flack
Sep 5, 1980
Enjoy Roberta Flack's soulful voice with this funky, uncut show from 1980, featuring the hits and much more.
An Aqua Teen Hunger Force Christmas
Dec 22, 2009
Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad perform "I Sure Hope I Don't Have to Beat Your Ass This Christmas" in this 2009 Daytrotter session.
Grace Slick's First Show
Oct 16, 1966
On the last night of their three-night run at the Fillmore in 1966, Jefferson Airplane introduced their newest member, Grace Slick. The rest is history.
The Subdudes' Farewell Tour
Apr 12, 1996
The rootsy New Orleans swamp-pop-funk group performs tunes from
in this 1996 Tramps concert.
Bruce Springsteen in Stockholm, 1988
Jul 3, 1988
Recorded in Stockholm, Sweden on the
Tunnel Of Love
tour in '88, this concert is a great testament to Bruce's popularity on an international level.
Feb 28, 2008
With marching-band-metal drumming and psychedelic-folk-acoustic strumming, The Dodos make propulsive, unique, and fantastic music.
Robert Cray's Smoking Gun
Feb 12, 1989
The stinging guitarist and powerful singer celebrates his new release,
In My Soul
this week. Hear him testifying in this '89 concert.
Malcolm McLaren on Fashion & Rock 'n' Roll
Nov 4, 1984
The late impresario and former manager of The Sex Pistols and Bow Wow Wow discusses the power of clothes and music in this 1984 video.
Pink Floyd's David Gilmour and Roger Waters
These back-to-back 1984 interviews with Waters and Gilmour give insight on their respective solo careers.
Stevie Nicks in Jersey, 1983
Jun 24, 1983
Fleetwood Mac's siren goes solo in this bewitching Rutherford, NJ set, including some of her most-loved songs and an orchestra.
Gene Clark and Roger McGuinn Reunite
Mar 19, 1978
The founding members of the Byrds join forces on "Mr. Tambourine Man," "Eight Miles High" and others in 1978.
Video: Wyclef Jean at Woodstock, '99
Jul 24, 1999
The Haitian-American hip hop star interprets the Bee Gees' "Staying Alive," Elvis' "Jailhouse Rock" and Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart."
Uncut: Outkast in '98
Dec 9, 1998
Recorded at historic New York club Tramps, this set captures the Dirty South duo at the time of their breakthrough.
Bobby Rush's Earthy Edge
Apr 29, 2014
The 81-year-old Louisiana bluesman puts up the funk on "Garbage Man" and "Too Much Weekend" in this 2012 Daytrotter session.
Dokken Breaks the Chains
Feb 26, 1984
Don Dokken & George Lynch unleash a quick but devastating set on Milwaukee, recorded while the band was opening for Scorpions in '84.
Oct 4, 1968
The original power trio began their farewell tour at the Oakland Coliseum on October 4, 1968, and we've got it here!
Ruth Brisbane Salutes Bessie Smith
Jul 3, 1972
The jazz singer pays tribute to the Empress of the Blues in this 1972 Carnegie Hall concert featuring trombonist Vic Dickenson and pianist Roland Hanna.
Miles Davis Quintet in Sync
Jul 2, 1967
By the time of the bands appearance at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival, Davis had settled into a near-telepathic groove with his second great quintet.
CSN, and Sometimes Y
Oct 4, 1973
The supergroup got a lot more super with a visit from Neil Young in this 1973 concert, their first appearance as a foursome in two years.
The Ramones Live in '78
Dec 28, 1978
Even in the middle of winter, "da bruddas" from Queens were no doubt excited to finally be basking in the sun they were celebrating with this cover.
KISS Behind the Make-Up
Apr 12, 1979
Ace and Gene discuss plans for their now-legendary
tour and the dubious origins of rock critics in this 1979 interview.
Tom Petty Fest
Sep 23, 1979
Petty Fest takes over NYC tonight with special guests including Justin Townes Earl, Delta Spirit, and Nicole Atkins. Prep with this classic 1979 show at MSG.
Dolly Parton's NYC Debut
May 14, 1977
The country star was the hottest ticket in the Big Apple during her breakthrough three-night engagement at the Bottom Line in 1977.
Counting Crows at Codfish Hollow Barn
Jul 4, 2012
Singer Adam Duritz leads the group on cover tunes from
and originals from
This Desert Life
in this 2012 video.
Presidents of the United States of America
Nov 17, 1995
The Seattle-based band performs their singles "Kitty," "Lump" and "Peaches" from their self-titled debut at this 1995 Tramps concert.
The Bottle Rockets' Combustible Guitars
May 29, 1999
The tough St. Louis band blends riffs, hooks and humor on "1000 Dollar Car," "Nancy Sinatra" and a raw cover of Neil Young's "Cortez the Killer."
Video: Run-D.M.C. at the Capitol Theatre
Sep 25, 1984
Three years before releasing the holiday classic "Christmas in Hollis," the pioneering hip hop trio was just making a name for themselves.
Graham Central Station in 1995
Aug 2, 1995
The bassist-bandleader performs "Release Yourself" and revisits Sly & The Family Stone's "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)."
Jill Sobule's Daytrotter Session
Jul 11, 2013
The singer-songwriter performs her ode to Bobbie Gentry and other originals like "Mexican Wrestler" and "Wendell Lee" in this 2013 set.
Dickey Betts Before & After ABB
The guitarist is a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll and just a pinch of jazz with the classic Allman Brothers Band and with his own group.
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