The 'cute Beatle' turns 71 today. Hear Paul McCartney alternate between Beatles classics and Wings tunes in this excellent 1990 concert.
Sit back, relax and dive into the mystic with this classic Van Morrison set recorded in 1974.
Rush is one of those timeless groups that continue to pack arenas to this day with fans of all ages. Watch or listen to this great show from '76.
To commemorate the Just For Laughs Festival, which concludes tonight in Chicago, hear the stoner twosome on tour promoting their movie Up In Smoke.
Watch or listen to this Metallica concert from 1997 that features a completely stripped down set from the metal legends.
The rootsy guitarist-singer-harmonica player performs a riveting solo set in Central Park as the opening act for the Mahavishnu Orchestra.
Through Tuesday, paid members can download this 1987 concert from the arena rock powerhouse for free. Not a member? Sign up by 6/18 to get it.
The innovative pianist-composer showcases his powerhouse 15-piece band featuring Barry Rogers, Ronnie Cuber and Jerry Gonzalez in this 1974 set.
Captured during their infamous '73 European tour, this classic Stones show is not to be missed.
Recorded months after his album Sweet Baby James, this set finds the wonderful singer-songwriter taking the stage in Berkeley.
The Swing Era big band star performs material from his Road Father record in this 1978 concert, featuring tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano.
This three song live recording captures the German metal band Scorpions live on stage in Tokyo over three decades ago.
Celebrate the great Barry Manilow's birthday today with this set from the historic Troubadour in 1975, just a year after he was signed to Arista Records.
The tenor sax titan unleashes his bold tones in this powerful concert, which includes soulful renditions of his hit "Sugar" and "Pieces of Dreams"
Celebrate your Dad with tunes ranging from John Hiatt's "Your Dad Did" to Jane's Addiction's "Had a Dad" to Horace Silver's "Song For My Father."
This show from 1990 features the renowned metal group thrashing through their set, closing with AC/DC's "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap."
To commemorate the Just For Laughs Festival, which culminates in Chicago this weekend, hear the "Law And Order" star do his standup routine.
The extraordinary and hugely influential jazz pianist would've turned 90 today. Hear him with drummer Shadow Wilson and bassist John Simmons in 1953.