Folk & Bluegrass
Stevie Wonder Dazzles the Winterland
Winterland | Mar 3, 1973
Fresh off his tour opening for the Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder delivers this powerful headlining set at the Winterland in 1973.
Billy Joel Back in the U.S.S.R.
Lenin Sports And Concert Complex | Aug 2, 1987
Billy Joel rocks the U.S.S.R. in '87 as it hadn't been for the longest time.
Vintage Little Feat at Winterland
Feb 14, 1976
Singer-songwriter-slide guitarist Lowell George leads the eclectic group on "Willin'," "Dixie Chicken" and "Apolitical Blues" in this 1976 set.
Are You Ready for Sly & the Family Stone?
Oct 5, 1968
The seminal funk-rock band, powered by bassist Larry Graham and drummer Greg Errico, performs a supercharged Fillmore set in '68.
Tower of Power On Top
Dec 31, 1974
The East Bay horn-driven funk band was right in the pocket with Lenny Williams leading the charge at Winterland on New Year's Eve '74/'75.
Vault Vote: Favorite Springsteen Songs
We've compiled your suggestions from Facebook and Twitter to create this killer playlist of your favorite Bruce Springsteen songs.
Delaney & Bonnie at the Fillmore, 1970
Feb 22, 1970
Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett enlisted pals like Leon Russell and Eric Clapton as back up on their '70 tour, which included a monumental four-night run in SF.
The Everly Brothers Roll Out the Hits
Aug 3, 1969
Don and Phil Everly blend tight vocal harmonies on "Wake Up Little Susie," "Cathy's Clown" and "All I Have To Do Is Dream" in this '69 set
Duran Duran Sells Out MSG
Mar 19, 1984
Hear the '80s poster boys on the first of a four-night sold-out run at Madison Square Garden in 1984, closing with a 15-minute version of "Girls on Film."
New Release: Laura Nyro at the Capitol, '76
Mar 13, 1976
The Bronx-born singer-songwriter premieres "Crazy Love," "American Dreamer" and other tunes from her seventh album
John Hiatt in Hollywood, 1983
Nov 24, 1983
John Hiatt was still a relatively unknown singer/songwriter when he recorded this set of country-tinged new wave songs at The Palace in Hollywood, CA.
Neil Young at the Fillmore East
Mar 6, 1970
The Godfather of Grunge delivers intense versions of "Cinammon Girl" and "Down By The River" with Crazy Horse in 1970.
New Release: John Fogerty
Nov 26, 1989
The fortunate Bay Area son gave a little back to his home with this performance at a relief benefit for victims of 1989's Loma Prieta Earthquake.
New Release: Linda Ronstadt in Dallas, '82
Nov 25, 1982
The eclectic singer covers classic tunes by Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Jimmy Webb, Roy Orbison, Warren Zevon and the Rolling Stones.
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.
The Emergence of the Thin White Duke
Mar 23, 1976
One of Bowie's more famous personas was revealed on his
Station To Station
tour of 1976, premiering tunes like "TVC 15" and "Stay."
Bob Dylan and Mark Knopfler Mixer
As their intense North American touring schedule comes to an end tonight in Brooklyn, enjoy this all Dylan and Knopfler playlist.
New Release: Supertramp at Royal Albert Hall
Feb 5, 1977
A pristine example of the prog-tinged pop that made the band a smash on both sides of the Atlantic can be enjoyed in this energetic performance.
The Allman Brothers Ring in 1974
Dec 31, 1973
After a countdown to midnight, the ABB launches into a two-hour set at S.F.'s Winterland featuring guest Jerry Garcia on "Whipping Post."
Video: Marshall Tucker Rocks Houston
Nov 29, 1975
The southern rock band, led by guitarist-songwriter Toy Caldwell, premieres their hit song "Can't You See" in this 1975 concert.
Uncut: Ween at Tramps, '98
Jan 15, 1998
Gene and Deen Ween perform "Waving My Dick in the Wind" from
and "The HIV Song" from
Chocolate and Cheese
Gary Moore With Greg Lake
Nov 5, 1981
The guitar great unleashes his potent chops on tunes by King Crimson and Emerson, Lake & Palmer in this set from Hammersmith-Odeon.
MC5 Kicks Out the Jams
Jun 27, 1968
Guitarist Fred "Sonic" Smith wails with the Motor City's proto-punk rockers on "Black to Comm" in this '68 set from the Sturgis Armory.
New Release: The Doobie Brothers in '79
Sep 19, 1979
This excellent Michael McDonald-led Doobies set features guests including Nicollette Larson, Rosemary Butler, Ted Templeman, and Graham Nash.
Werewolves of Bridge School
Warren Zevon performs his monster classic, "Werewolves of London," at the annual Bridge School Benefit concert in 1993.
Mick Jones' Punk Manifesto
Feb 13, 1979
Hear the British guitarist-singer-songwriter play "London's Burning" and more with The Clash at the Agora Ballroom in 1979.
New Release: James Brown On the Goodfoot
Dec 17, 1977
The Godfather of Soul performs his classics "Soul Power," "Sex Machine," "Cold Sweat" and "Get Up Offa That Thing" in this 1977 set.
Mike Ness Channels the Man in Black
Jul 25, 1999
The Social Distortion frontman heats up the crowd at Woodstock '99 with a song popularized by Johnny Cash.
Chris Whitley in Cambridge, '95
Jun 15, 1995
The Texas singer-songwriter performs "Narcotic Prayer," "Can't Get Off," and other dark, Hendrix-tinged tunes from
Din of Ecstasy
Grateful Dead Welcomes in 1978
Dec 31, 1977
Bob Weir leads the group on "Sugar Magnolia" as the clock strikes midnight in this festive New Years Eve concert video from Winterland.
Everybody Loves Chuck Berry!
Hear everyone from Hendrix and Johnny Winter to Jerry Lee Lewis, The Byrds, Grateful Dead, and George Thorogood in the ultimate playlist.
Songs & Artists of 'Blow'
Inspired by Ted Demme's biopic about "Boston George" Jung's cocaine escapades, this playlist features Marshall Tucker, Manfred Mann & more.
Willy DeVille's Street Tales
Sep 26, 1981
The singer-songwriter covers Arthur Alexander's "You Better Move On" and performs his soulful R&B lament "Teardrops Must Fall" in an '81 set.
R.E.M. Gets a Little Help
Oct 17, 1998
When the Athens quartet played the Bridge School Benefit, gracious host Neil Young joined them for "Country Feedback."
New Release: Fade Into Mazzy Star
Oct 2, 1994
Watch Hope Sandoval, David Roback & band mesmerize with their dreamy acoustic folk rock, including signature tune "Fade Into You."
Video: Prince Comes of Age
Jan 30, 1982
The multi-talented entertainer performs tunes from his breakthrough albums
in this '82 set.
Jackson Browne at Shoreline Amphitheater
The singer-songwriter gets an assist from guest Bonnie Raitt on "World in Motion" and "Here Come Those Tears Again" in this 1992 set.
Joe Walsh Barnstorms Univeristy of Texas
Sep 24, 1973
Fresh off his departure from the James Gang, Joe Walsh delivers this stirring performance with Barnstorm, including his soon-to-be hit "Rocky Mountain High."
The Best of NRBQ
Big Al Anderson, Joey Spampinato, Terry Adams and Tom Ardolino are rockin' on "Green Lights," "Wacky Tobacky" and others from the '70s.
Just Added: Lone Justice at Paradise
Dec 16, 1986
The L.A. roots root/cowpunk band covers Tom Petty's "Ways to be Wicked" and closes this Boston set with Lou Reed's "Sweet Jane."
Trombone Shorty & the Meters Bring da Fonk
Two generations of New Orleans funksters close out the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival today. Hear them throw down in funky fashion.
The Meters at the Jazz Workshop, 1976
Sep 7, 1976
The New Orleans funkateers cover the Stones' "Honky Tonk Women" and Earl King's "Big Chief" and play their own "Fire on the Bayou."
J. Geils Band House Party
Nov 5, 1977
Ain't nothin' but J. Geils Band tearing the roof off of the Winterland like it's their job, because it is.
Jethro Tull at Tanglewood, 1970
Jul 7, 1970
Theatrical frontman Ian Anderson leads an early edition of the eclectic British group on their
tour in this Bill Graham-produced concert.
New Release: Stray Cats in Nashville, '83
Dec 18, 1983
The rockabilly revivalists are joined by rockabilly pioneer Carl Perkins on a rockin' rendition of "Blue Suede Shoes" at the Grand Ole Opry.
Steely Dan Reelin' in London
May 20, 1974
Founders Fagen & Becker continue their 10-night run at NYC's Beacon Theatre this weekend. Hear an early edition of the band from 1974.
New Release: April Wine in Las Vegas, '81
Apr 27, 1981
The Canadian rockers play "Big City Girls" and other tunes from
Nature of the Beast
and also cover King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man."
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.
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.
Pat Benatar's 'Hit Me With Your Best Shot'
Oct 6, 1981
Listen to Pat Benatar rock Austin in this 1981 set, pulling hit songs from three smoking albums.
Hall & Oats Cover the Righteous Brothers
Aug 22, 1980
Hall & Oates' cover of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" is one of many highlights in this excellent 1980 set.
'I'm Not There' Concert, 2007
Nov 7, 2007
This event at NYC's Beacon Theatre features many of the soundtrack contributors to the odd biopic inspired by the life of Bob Dylan.
Argent Rocks the Palace
Nov 7, 1973
The British band led by keyboardist Rod Argent plays their classics "Hold Your Head Up" and "God Gave Rock and Roll to You" in 1973.
Grateful Days Revisited
Nov 19, 1966
This set from early in the Dead's career is full of youthful exuberance and sunshiny soundscapes.
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