Watch Pearl Jam play a stripped-down set at Shoreline Auditorium in 1994, just months before the release of Vitalogy.
This rare performance at Philharmonic Hall, recorded just a month after Svengali, shows the adventurous band at the peak of its powers.
The art rock/new wave group unveils an expanded lineup featuring keyboardist Bernie Worrell and guitarist Adrian Belew at Canada's Heatwave Festival.
The progressive rock guitarist turns 67 today. Hear him in concert with Peter Gabriel in 1978 and with separate editions of King Crimson from '69, '73 and '84.
As Tom gears up to hangout with Stevie Wonder and The Black Crowes this weekend in Alabama, get your vintage Petty fix right here.
Weather Report bassist Jaco Pastorius unveils his powerhouse 19-piece ensemble at the 1982 Kool Jazz Festival in New York.
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.
We've created a 50-song playlist of all-time favorites to soundtrack your end-of-summer get-togethers: crank it up and enjoy!
The avant garde tenor saxophonist performs material from his Impulse release The Ear of the Behearer at the '74 Newport Jazz Festival.
The charismatic blues scholar and world music pioneer (born Henry Saint Clair Fredericks in Harlem) turns 71 today. Hear him in a one-man show from 1972.
Charlie Parker's legacy is celebrated by the New York Jazz Repertory Company, featuring guest altoists Sonny Stitt, Charles McPherson and Phil Woods.
The powerhouse drummer-composer and charter member of the Mahavishnu Orchestra turns 69 today. Hear him leading his own band in 1978.
A magnetic stage presence, uncanny ballad interpreter and scat singer extraordinaire, 'Betty Bebop' performs standards and originals at the '78 Newport Jazz Fest.
If you missed them at Napa's Bottle Rock Festival, watch the heroes of Sacramento, CA jam "I Will Survive" and more in this '99 set.
One of the most unstable American bands of the 1960s was also one of the most creative, innovative and influential, as evidenced by this show.
Hear Freddie Hubbard, George Benson, Gerry Mulligan, Elvin Jones, Roy Haynes and others at this 1973 Radio City Music Hall concert.
Strait thrilled his '83 Massachusetts audience just like he's been thrilling 'em ever since. His new album Love Is Everything hits stores this week.
This 1977 show by The Kinks features old and new material performed during their comeback tour, one of their greatest ever.