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.
Singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche accomplishes so much with just his guitar & voice, gaining a lot of praise for his 2011 self-titled album.
The Grammy Award winning Nashville folk duo played this rousing set at SXSW in 2011, including their wholly re-imagined version of "Billie Jean."
This set is an enlightening glimpse at Bishop and his then-new band's different sound just as the Capricorn sessions had begun.
The band that defines the term "power trio" is finally being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this week. Here's why...
Dive headfirst into this insane '78 spectacle, featuring Quay Lewd in giant platforms, exploding set pieces, and guest Aynsley Dunbar on drums!
The now acclaimed Sugar Man sat in with Paste during last year's Newport Folk Fest to record a few songs. Watch or listen to this awesome set.
Even before their breakthrough album, The Raw and the Cooked, FYC's tight R&B and ska-fueled sound was an irresistible blend.
A born freedom singer and humanitarian, here Browne raised his voice in favor of indigenous peoples for the All Our Colors benefit concert.
Watch or listen to this great Styx show from '78, recorded just months after their breakthrough album The Grand Illusion was released.
See why Concert Vault favorite Delta Spirit earned a spot on The Walking Dead soundtrack. Watch them soar here in '08.
Watch Rowans Chris and Lorin - then-recently joined by their elder brother Peter - rock the historic San Francisco arena in '76.
While Michael Benjamin Lerner's brainchild is on display this week at SXSW, you can see his '09 Noise Pop performance here.
As the guys from Stillwater, NJ move relentlessly across the USA (look for them in Philly this week), watch this friendly session from inside Wolfgang's Vault.
See Miller - of Old 97's fame - backed here by The Serial Lady Killers featuring blazing Telecaster leads and Angela Webster raging on drums.
Watch Aretha Franklin's show-stopping performance of "Bridge Over Troubled Water," recorded one year after the Simon & Garfunkel tune hit #1 in the U.S.
The Mathias brothers and Casey Gibson rocked the sweat-soaked Codfish Hollow Barn, seemingly unaffected - energized even - by the blistering heat.
During a visit to Oakland in '79, Bob Marley was joined on stage by freewheeling Stone Ron Wood; spot him if you can.