The three remaining original members expanded their line-up for additional textures in a stirring, mostly-acoustic performance.
Although both father and son would die too young, their music still endures. Music created by talented dudes and their guitars always will.
Watch or listen to this potent performance from 1970: perhaps the greatest live recording of the band ever.
The funky, soulful, and always incredible Meters played this show at the 1970 Jazz Fest for an event that was called "Soul Saturday."
The Clash rip through one of their first shows in the U.S. with fist-pumping precision at the Agora Ballroom in 1979. This is punk rock at its best.
The great pianist-composer premieres material from his compelling 1977 Milestone album, Inner Voices at this Carnegie Hall concert.
Through Friday, paid members can download this 1959 festival appearance by the legendary trumpeter for free. Not a member? Sign up by 5/24 to get it.
The Harlem Renaissance poet-playwright died on this day in 1965. Hear him emcee an afternoon blues showcase at the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival.
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."
Celebrate Bernie Taupin's birthday today with this great show. And although it's not a Taupin song, be sure to listen to John's take on "Pinball Wizard."
Monk and his band play a masterful show at Newport Jazz Fest in '63. The beautiful doubling of the sax and piano that opens "Light Blue" is spot on.
The big bandleader leads his Thundering Herd through "Four Brothers" with guests Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Al Cohn and Flip Phillips in 1972.
If you've recently been through the wringer, let Paul Simon, John McCauley, Emmylou Harris & a bottle of bourbon keep you company.
Over 60 bands will come together in Louisville this weekend to celebrate The Beatles. Get in the spirit here with these 21 inspired covers.
Hear Stelling weave his gothic folk tapestry during the '11 Barnstormer tour, and look for his second album, False Cities, out this week.
It's been a year since Robin Gibb passed away at age 62. Hear him with brothers Maurice and Barry in this 1976 concert for the LA Forum.
Roberta Flack's voice is beautiful and unmistakable. She and the band are top notch in this show from '72. Be sure to listen to her version of "Suzanne."
The jazz giant passed away on this day in 1969. Hear the tenor saxophone king swinging with big-toned abandon in an all-star jam at '63 Newport.