Best of Music

  1. Pink Floyd Wishes You Were Here Rock: Pink Floyd Wishes You Were Here Oakland Coliseum Arena May 9, 1977 Roger Waters sings "Shine On You Crazy Diamond," "Have a Cigar" and other tunes from Wish You Were Here.
  2. Bob Dylan With Keith Richards & Ron Wood Folk & Bluegrass: Bob Dylan With Keith Richards & Ron Wood JFK Stadium Jul 13, 1985 The three amigos perform "Ballad of Hollis Brown," "When the Ship Comes In" and "Blowin' in the Wind" in this rare '85 unplugged set.
  3. MC5 Kicks Out the Jams Rock: MC5 Kicks Out the Jams Sturgis Armory 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.
  4. John Coltrane Quintet at Newport, '66 Jazz: John Coltrane Quintet at Newport, '66 Newport Jazz Festival Jul 2, 1966 The jazz legend, who passed on this day in 1967, is joined by Pharoah Sanders, Alice Coltrane, Jimmy Garrison and Rashied Ali in a searing set.
  5. Big Mama Thornton's Downhome Blues Blues: Big Mama Thornton's Downhome Blues Newport Folk Festival Jul 18, 1969 The singer-harmonica ace plays her signatures "Hound Dog" and "Ball and Chain" and covers Junior Parker's "Mother-in-Law Blues" in 1969.
  6. Rush Rocks the Maple Leaf Gardens Rock: Rush Rocks the Maple Leaf Gardens Maple Leaf Gardens Sep 21, 1984 Drummer Neil Peart, who turns 64 today, fuels the Canadian trio on "The Enemy Within" and others from Grace Under Pressure in 1984.
  7. Delaney & Bonnie & Friends at the Fillmore Rock: Delaney & Bonnie & Friends at the Fillmore Fillmore West Feb 22, 1970 Guitarist-singer-songwriter Delaney Bramlett, born on this day in 1939, joins wife Bonnie and Eric Clapton for a set of searing rock 'n' soul.
  8. Warren Zevon In Memoriam Rock: Warren Zevon In Memoriam Auditorium le Plateau Jul 30, 1978 The singer-songwriter, who died on this day in 2003, performs "Werewolves of London" and other new tunes from Excitable Boy in '78.
  9. John & Yoko Give Peace a Chance Rock: John & Yoko Give Peace a Chance Madison Square Garden Aug 30, 1972 On this day in 1972, John Lennon and Yoko Ono performed a benefit concert at Madison Square Garden with some very special guests.
  10. Mountain's Massive Attack Rock: Mountain's Massive Attack Fillmore East Dec 31, 1970 Guitarist Leslie West showcases his humungous tone on "Mississippi Queen" and "Nantucket Sleighride" in this 1970 Fillmore East set.
  11. Pinetop Perkins With Muddy Waters in Nice Blues: Pinetop Perkins With Muddy Waters in Nice Grande Parade du Jazz Jul 13, 1977 The blues piano player, born on this day in 1913, fuels "Hoochie Coochie Man" and "Got My Mojo Working" in this '77 set from France.
  12. U2 on 'The Joshua Tree' Tour Rock: U2 on 'The Joshua Tree' Tour Madison Square Garden Sep 28, 1987 Guitarist The Edge, who turns 55 today, fuels tunes like "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and "Exit" in this 1987 set from MSG.
  13. Traffic at the Fillmore East, 1970 Rock: Traffic at the Fillmore East, 1970 Fillmore East Nov 18, 1970 Drummer Jim Capaldi, born on this day in 1944, joins Steve Winwood, Chris Wood and Rick Grech on "Medicated Goo" and "Dear Mr. Fantasy."
  14. Mose Allison at Great American Music Hall Jazz: Mose Allison at Great American Music Hall Great American Music Hall Jan 21, 1977 The pianist-composer-songwriter exercises his wry wit on "Your Mind Is On Vacation (And Your Mouth Is Working Overtime)" in this '77 set.
  15. Queen's BBC Studio Session Rock: Queen's BBC Studio Session Maida Vale Studio Oct 28, 1977 Brian May, who turns 69 today, showcases his six-string wizardry on "Spread Your Wings" and a rare fast version of "We Will Rock You" in '77.
  16. Bowie's Trip to the Stars Rock: Bowie's Trip to the Stars Montreal Forum Jul 12, 1983 On this day in 1969, David Bowie released his single "Space Oddity" just nine days before the Apollo moon landing. Hear him sing it in 1983.
  17. The B-52's at Roseland, 1982 Rock: The B-52's at Roseland, 1982 Roseland Ballroom Apr 19, 1982 Fred Schneider, who turns 65 today, joins fellow singers Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson on "Party Out of Bounds," "Rock Lobster" and more.
  18. The Who Play 'Tommy' Rock: The Who Play 'Tommy' Fillmore East Oct 22, 1969 Two months after their historic appearance at Woodstock, the band performed Pete Townshend's rock opera at the Fillmore East in 1969.
  19. Carly Simon's Daytrotter Session Folk & Bluegrass: Carly Simon's Daytrotter Session Daytrotter Studio Oct 27, 2009 The singer-songwriter, who turns 71 today, performs "No Freedom" and her classic "You're So Vain" with her son Ben Taylor.
  20. Ella Fitzgerald In Memoriam Jazz: Ella Fitzgerald In Memoriam Carnegie Hall Jun 24, 1978 The First Lady of Song, who died on this day in 1998, shows her scat prowess on "Stomping at the Savoy" and "How High the Moon" in '78.
  21. Mick Taylor Joins the Stones Rock: Mick Taylor Joins the Stones Forest National Oct 17, 1973 On this day in 1969, the guitarist replaced Brian Jones in the Rolling Stones lineup. Hear him wail on "Midnight Rambler" and others in '73.
  22. Remembering Ray Charles Rock: Remembering Ray Charles Newport Jazz Festival Jul 2, 1960 The soul icon died on this day in 2004 at age 73. Hear him lead his band on "Drown in My Own Tears" and "What'd I Say" at Newport '60.
  23. Oasis in Glasgow, '94 Rock: Oasis in Glasgow, '94 Gleneagles Sep 3, 1994 Liam Gallagher, who turns 44 today, leads the Brit band on "Cigarettes & Alcohol," "Digsy's Dinner" and other tunes from Definitely Maybe.
  24. Remembering Jeff Buckley Folk & Bluegrass: Remembering Jeff Buckley Gleneagles Sep 3, 1994 The singer-songwriter, who died on this day in 1997, performs "Grace," "Hallelujah" and "Lover, You Should've Come Over" in this '94 solo set.
  25. Ronnie James Dio In Memoriam Rock: Ronnie James Dio In Memoriam Spectrum Aug 25, 1984 The Elfin King, who died on this day in 2010, delivers with typical intensity on "Stand Up And Shout" and others from Holy Diver in '84.
  26. Linda Ronstadt's Country-Pop Appeal Rock: Linda Ronstadt's Country-Pop Appeal Universal Amphitheatre Nov 3, 1976 The singer covers Buddy Holly's "That'll Be The Day," "The Eagles' "Desperado" and Willie Nelson's "Crazy" in this '76 set from L.A.
  27. Mahavishnu Orchestra's Thunderous Fusion Jazz: Mahavishnu Orchestra's Thunderous Fusion Civic Auditorium Grand Rapids Aug 11, 1973 Keyboardist-composer Jan Hammer, who turns 68 today, exchanges fiery licks with John McLaughlin on his "Sister Andrea" in this '73 set.
  28. A Cream Farewell in Oakland Rock: A Cream Farewell in Oakland Oakland Coliseum Arena Oct 4, 1968 Clapton, Bruce and Baker unleash on "Crossroads," "I'm So Glad" and "Sunshine of Your Love" in one of their last U.S. concerts in 1968.
  29. Remembering Tammy Wynette Country: Remembering Tammy Wynette Executive Inn Mar 28, 1981 The First Lady of Country Music, who died on this day in 1998, sings her signature tunes "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" and "Stand By Your Man" in 1981.
  30. Jane's Addiction Shocks Philly Rock: Jane's Addiction Shocks Philly Theater of Living Arts Feb 20, 1989 Singer and Lollapalooza creator Perry Farrell, who turns 57 today, leads the band on "Pigs in Zen" and others from Nothing's Shocking in 1989.
  31. Flying Burrito Brothers at the Avalon Country: Flying Burrito Brothers at the Avalon Avalon Ballroom Apr 6, 1969 Gram Parsons leads the purveyors of "Cosmic American Music" on tunes from their celebrated 1969 debut album, The Gilded Palace of Sin.
  32. Remembering Randy Rhoads Rock: Remembering Randy Rhoads St. Denis Theatre Jul 28, 1981 The heavy metal guitar hero died in a plane crash on this day in 1982. Hear him with Ozzy Osbourne on the Blizzard of Oz tour from 1981.
  33. Mott the Hoople in NYC, '74 Rock: Mott the Hoople in NYC, '74 Uris Theatre May 9, 1974 Ian Hunter leads the British glam band on "Roll Away the Stone," "Drivin' Sister" and "All the Young Dudes" in this set from the Uris Theatre.
  34. CSN&Y at the Fillmore East, 1970 Folk & Bluegrass: CSN&Y at the Fillmore East, 1970 Fillmore East Jun 4, 1970 The supergroup plays unplugged versions of "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," "Teach Your Children" and "Tell Me Why" one year after Woodstock.
  35. Red Hot Chili Peppers in Philly, '89 Rock: Red Hot Chili Peppers in Philly, '89 Theater of Living Arts Feb 20, 1989 Guitarist John Frusciante, who turns 46 today, premieres "Stone Cold Bush" from Mother's Milk with Flea, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith.
  36. John Cipollina's Lightning Licks Rock: John Cipollina's Lightning Licks Winterland Dec 28, 1975 The lead guitarist for San Francisco's Quicksilver Messenger Service was born on this day in 1943. Hear him blazing at Winterland in a '75 set.
  37. Eric Clapton in Santa Monica, 1978 Rock: Eric Clapton in Santa Monica, 1978 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium Feb 12, 1978 Slowhand delivers his hits "Lay Down Sally," "Layla" and "Let It Rain" and does a reggae remake of Dylan's "Knockin' on Heaven's Door."
  38. Miles Davis at Tanglewood Jazz: Miles Davis at Tanglewood Tanglewood Aug 18, 1970 Miles was riding high on the waves of his seminal jazz-rock fusion albums when he electrified this huge audience with his dense, experimental sound in 1970.
  39. The Who in Philly, 1973 Rock: The Who in Philly, 1973 Spectrum Dec 4, 1973 The British group tours in support of Pete Townshend's second rock opera, Quadrophenia, which celebrates their mod roots.
  40. Albert King at the Fillmore, 1971 Blues: Albert King at the Fillmore, 1971 Fillmore East Jun 27, 1971 The imposing bluesman, who died on this day in 1992, unleashes his string-bending prowess on "Crosscut Saw" and "Personal Manager."
  41. Stevie Wonder in the Motor City, 1984 Rock: Stevie Wonder in the Motor City, 1984 Masonic Temple Theatre Apr 14, 1984 The genius performs galvanizing versions of "Living for the City," "Superstition," "Sir Duke" and "Higher Ground" in this 3-hour set.
  42. Harry Chapin in London Folk & Bluegrass: Harry Chapin in London Rainbow Theatre Sep 3, 1977 The late folk-rock troubadour, who would've turned 72 today, performs vivid story songs like "W.O.L.D.," "Taxi" and "Cat's in the Cradle."
  43. R.E.M. at the Capitol Theatre, 1984 Rock: R.E.M. at the Capitol Theatre, 1984 Capitol Theatre Oct 12, 1984 The popular alt-rock band from Athens, Georgia premieres tunes from their second album, Reckoning, in this concert from 30 years ago.
  44. John Hammond's Barrelhouse Boogie Blues: John Hammond's Barrelhouse Boogie Ash Grove Jun 6, 1969 The blues scholar is deep into a Delta bag on "Steady Rollin' Man" and summons up John Lee Hooker on "Boogie Chillen" in this 1969 set.
  45. Talking Heads 'Remain in Light' Live Rock: Talking Heads 'Remain in Light' Live Emerald City Nov 8, 1980 David Byrne leads an expanded lineup featuring guitarist Adrian Belew and keyboardist Bernie Worrell on new and old material in this '80 set.
  46. Chet Baker at Great American Music Hall Jazz: Chet Baker at Great American Music Hall Great American Music Hall Sep 9, 1982 The trumpeter plays and delivers beautiful vocals and brilliant scatting on "Night Bird," "The Touch of Your Lips" and "Just Friends" in 1982.
  47. Jeff Buckley in Scotland, 1994 Indie: Jeff Buckley in Scotland, 1994 Gleneagles Sep 3, 1994 The late singer-songwriter, who was born on this day in 1966, performs material from Grace, including Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
  48. Jimi Hendrix Experience at Winterland Rock: Jimi Hendrix Experience at Winterland Winterland Oct 12, 1968 The guitar god performs "Foxy Lady," "Purple Haze," "Little Wing" and others with bassist Noel Redding and drummer Mitch Mitchell.
  49. Count Basie at Newport, 1959 Jazz: Count Basie at Newport, 1959 Newport Jazz Festival Jul 2, 1959

    The sublime master of the big band, beautifully restored from 1959.

  50. Aerosmith Rocks Central Park, 1975 Rock: Aerosmith Rocks Central Park, 1975 Central Park Aug 29, 1975 Steven Tyler and the boys from Boston premiere tunes from Toys in the Attic, including hit singles "Sweet Emotion" and "Walk This Way."
  1. Aerosmith Rocks Central Park, 1975 Rock: Aerosmith Rocks Central Park, 1975 Central Park Aug 29, 1975 Steven Tyler and the boys from Boston premiere tunes from Toys in the Attic, including hit singles "Sweet Emotion" and "Walk This Way."
  2. Mose Allison Trio at Newport, 1964 Jazz: Mose Allison Trio at Newport, 1964 Newport Jazz Festival Jul 3, 1964 The Mississippi-born pianist-composer-singer, who turns 87 today, performs with Jo Jones and Slam Stewart at his Newport debut.
  3. Charles Mingus at the Apollo, 1973 Jazz: Charles Mingus at the Apollo, 1973 Apollo Theatre Jul 3, 1973 The imposing bassist-composer leads his quintet on his politically-charged "Fables of Faubus" and his classic "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat."
  4. Dave Brubeck Quartet at Storyville Jazz: Dave Brubeck Quartet at Storyville Storyville Boston Feb 6, 1953 Alto saxophonist Paul Desmond soars on "Stardust" while the group swings "Me And My Shadow" and "Singin' in the Rain" in this '52 set.
  5. Prince's 'Controversy' Tour Rock: Prince's 'Controversy' Tour Capitol Theatre Jan 30, 1982 The Purple One had social media buzzing after his dynamic performance on SNL this weekend. Hear him from back in the day.
  6. Death Cab for Cutie in Seattle Indie: Death Cab for Cutie in Seattle Studio X Seattle Apr 28, 2008 Principal songwriter Ben Gibbard leads the alt-rock band on tunes from 2001's The Photo Album and new material from 2008's Narrow Stairs.
  7. Mountain at the Fillmore East Rock: Mountain at the Fillmore East Fillmore East Jun 27, 1971 Leslie West and Felix Pappalardi lead the group on Jack Bruce's "Theme From an Imaginary Western" and their classic, "Mississippi Queen."
  8. Robert Cray's Confessional Blues Blues: Robert Cray's Confessional Blues Paramount Theatre Springfield Feb 12, 1989 The soulful singer and stinging guitar player performs tunes from his Grammy Award-winning Strong Persuader in this 1989 concert.
  9. Carlos Santana's Farewell to Bill Graham Rock: Carlos Santana's Farewell to Bill Graham Golden Gate Park Nov 3, 1991 The guitar hero digs deep on "Spirits Dancing in the Flesh" and "Third Stone From the Sun" in this tribute to the late concert promoter.
  10. Pink Floyd Introduces 'Ummagumma' Rock: Pink Floyd Introduces 'Ummagumma' Fillmore West Apr 29, 1970 The classic psychedelic band just released a new single, "Louder Than Words" from upcoming album The Endless River. Hear them in 1970.
  11. Don McLean at the Bottom Line, 1977 Folk & Bluegrass: Don McLean at the Bottom Line, 1977 Bottom Line Feb 18, 1977 The troubadour turns 69 today. Hear him play his iconic "American Pie" and his hit single "Vincent (Starry Starry Night)" in this solo concert.
  12. Glen Campbell & the Greensboro Symphony Country: Glen Campbell & the Greensboro Symphony War Memorial Auditorium Greensboro Mar 2, 1985 The singer-guitarist-actor performs lush renditions of "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," "Galveston" and "MacArthur Park" in this '85 concert.
  13. The Flying Burrito Byrds Country: The Flying Burrito Byrds Whisky A Go-Go Sep 19, 1970 Head back to the Whisky A-Go-Go in 1970 to hear an historic country-rock jam session, when The Byrds joined The Flying Burrito Brothers on stage.
  14. Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam X Country: Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam X Municipal Auditorium Dec 11, 1984 The guitarist-singer-fiddler welcomes country legends Roy Acuff and Tammy Wynette along with Ronnie Milsap and Amy Grant in this '84 set.
  15. The Everly Brothers & Dad Folk & Bluegrass: The Everly Brothers & Dad Newport Folk Festival Jul 19, 1969 Brothers Don and Phil join their long-retired guitar-playing Daddy Ike on a superb set of old-timey tunes at the 1969 Newport Folk Festival.
  16. Roger McGuinn Unplugged Folk & Bluegrass: Roger McGuinn Unplugged Mahopac Mar 17, 1984 The guitarist-singer and Byrds co-founder turns 72 today. Hear him play Dylan's "My Back Pages" and "Mr. Tambourine Man" in this solo set.
  17. Dolly Parton's New York City Debut Country: Dolly Parton's New York City Debut Bottom Line May 14, 1977 The country star performs "Jolene," "Coat of Many Colors" and her signature tune "I Will Always Love You" in this 1977 Bottom Line show.
  18. A Waylon Jennings' Birthday Concert Country: A Waylon Jennings' Birthday Concert Worcester Centrum Jun 15, 1984 The late country outlaw sings his hits "Are You Ready for the Country?" and "Good Hearted Woman" on his birthday 30 years ago.
  19. Rory Gallagher at the Bottom Line, 1978 Blues: Rory Gallagher at the Bottom Line, 1978 Bottom Line Nov 11, 1978 The Irish blues-rock pioneer, who died on this day in 1995, performs his signature "Shin Kicker" and covers J.B. Hutto's "Too Much Alcohol."
  20. George Jones' Soulful Laments Country: George Jones' Soulful Laments Executive Inn Feb 25, 1987 Country's greatest singer pours heart and soul into "Bartender's Blues," "I'm Not Ready Yet" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today" in this 1987 set.
  21. Getting' Rowdy With Hank, Jr. Country: Getting' Rowdy With Hank, Jr. Von Braun Center Jan 1, 1986 The son of the country icon turns 65 today. Hear him sing "All My Rowdy Friends" and "My Name is Bocephus" in this 1986 concert.
  22. Mississippi John Hurt at Ash Grove Blues: Mississippi John Hurt at Ash Grove Ash Grove Jul 7, 1964 The Delta bluesman helped spearhead the folk and blues revival of the '60s. He demonstrates his unique finger-picking style in this 1964 set.
  23. David Bowie Speaks, 1978 Interviews: David Bowie Speaks, 1978 Jan 23, 1978 In this revealing chat, Bowie talks about the characters he invented, the burgeoning punk movement and the merits of shock value.
  24. Louis Armstrong Reminisces, 1970 Interviews: Louis Armstrong Reminisces, 1970 Jul 23, 1970 In this fascinating chat with George Wein, Satchmo talks about brass bands in New Orleans, "Bourbon Street Parade" and "Mack the Knife."
  25. The Incomparable Etta James Blues: The Incomparable Etta James Tramps Nov 3, 1993 The powerful singer blends R&B, rock and blues on her classics "At Last," "I'd Rather Go Blind" and "Your Good Thing Is About to End."
  26. Alvin Lee, Beyond Ten Years After Interviews: Alvin Lee, Beyond Ten Years After Sep 19, 1975 Remember the late Alvin Lee as he talks with Mary Travers in 1975 about why he left Ten Years After and how his newest album was recorded.
  27. Charles Mingus at Nice Jazz Festival Jazz: Charles Mingus at Nice Jazz Festival Grande Parade du Jazz Jul 13, 1977 To mark the 50th anniversary of the bassist-composer's sessions for his avant garde opus, The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady, hear him in 1977.
  28. Remembering Bill Graham Interviews: Remembering Bill Graham Jan 14, 1989 The legendary rock promoter would have turned 82 this week. Featured here is an '89 interview with the man discussing the 1967 Human Be-In.
  29. Bruce Springsteen Chats About 'Darkness' Interviews: Bruce Springsteen Chats About 'Darkness' Jul 9, 1978 Though audibly uncomfortable with promoting himself, the Boss opens up for invaluable moments of candor in this chat, a must-listen for Bruce fans.
  30. Paul Simon Discusses His Greatest Hits Interviews: Paul Simon Discusses His Greatest Hits Oct 29, 1988 In this 1988 interview, Simon shared lyrical insights, compositional inspirations, and recording session memories.
  31. Townshend on Townshend in 1982 Interviews: Townshend on Townshend in 1982 Jun 21, 1982 Pete's been making the rounds in support of his new autobiography, but the press tour is nothing new to the opinionated songwriter.
  32. George Harrison Talks Beatlemania Interviews: George Harrison Talks Beatlemania Aug 24, 1975 On the anniversary of All Things Must Pass, listen to George Harrison wax philosophical about the Beatles success, Hinduism, and running a record label.
  33. Critics' Darlings Alabama Shakes Indie: Critics' Darlings Alabama Shakes Echo Mountain Recording Apr 5, 2012 As critics begin to release their "Best of 2012" lists, don't be surprised to see Alabama Shakes close to the top. Listen to their Daytrotter session to hear why.
  34. Andrew Bird's Engaging Tunes Indie: Andrew Bird's Engaging Tunes Daytrotter Studio Oct 29, 2007 The whistler-violinist with the massive cult following performs at Central Park in NYC tonight. Hear him in this 2007 Daytrotter session.
  35. Iron & Wine at Daytrotter Indie: Iron & Wine at Daytrotter Daytrotter Studio Jan 12, 2011 The indie singer-songwriter (aka Sam Beam) performs "Godless Brother in Law" and other tunes from Kiss Each Other Clean in this 2012 set.
  36. Dave Van Ronk Goes to College Folk & Bluegrass: Dave Van Ronk Goes to College Windham College Dec 2, 1972 The "Mayor of MacDougal Street" was a major force in the folk revival of the early '60s. Hear him at Windham College in Vermont in 1972.
  37. Understanding The Police in 1982 Interviews: Understanding The Police in 1982 Oct 18, 1982 Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers paint three individual pictures of life in one of the world's biggest bands.
  38. Mickey Hart & Jerry Garcia Speak Interviews: Mickey Hart & Jerry Garcia Speak May 10, 1979 From scoring Apocalypse Now to their songwriting process, Hart and Garcia discuss all things Dead.
  39. Bon Iver Before the Breakthrough Indie: Bon Iver Before the Breakthrough Daytrotter Studio Jul 21, 2008 A hauntingly beautiful session from 2012's Best New Artist Grammy winner.
  40. Stevie Ray Live in Texas Blues: Stevie Ray Live in Texas Austin Opera House Apr 15, 1984

    A Strat-tastic tour de force in this homecoming show for the Lone Star State's string-bender numero uno.

  41. Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys Folk & Bluegrass: Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys Ash Grove May 20, 1967 Download a stellar 1967 set from the mandolin maestro and his legendary band.
  42. Chet Atkins live in Nashville, 1985 Country: Chet Atkins live in Nashville, 1985 Nashville Jun 6, 1985 Mr. Guitar Goes to Music City
  43. Ray Charles at Newport 1960 Jazz: Ray Charles at Newport 1960 Newport Jazz Festival Jul 2, 1960 A soul music icon, Ray Charles was equally conversant in jazz, as he showcases in this set.
  44. Maybelle Carter in 1963 Folk & Bluegrass: Maybelle Carter in 1963 Ash Grove Apr 20, 1963 Hear why this country/folk matriarch is known as "Queen of the Autoharp."
  45. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 1968 Jazz: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra 1968 Newport Jazz Festival Jul 5, 1968 One of the biggest names in jazz, Edward Kennedy Ellington (aka Duke) was the most important bandleaders for a span of over 50 years.
  46. Willie Dixon at the Ash Grove Blues: Willie Dixon at the Ash Grove Ash Grove Mar 10, 1972

  47. Wilco Live in Their Loft Indie: Wilco Live in Their Loft Wilco Loft Dec 12, 2011 Here's an epic live session recorded at the Wilco loft in December, 2011.
  48. Ramblin' Jack Elliott Folk & Bluegrass: Ramblin' Jack Elliott Ash Grove Aug 25, 1964 With a life spent traveling, performing and recording, Elliott has endured as one of the most colorful and oddball characters in all of American music.
  49. Tammy Wynette live in Kentucky, 1981 Country: Tammy Wynette live in Kentucky, 1981 Executive Inn Mar 28, 1981
  50. Getz-Gilberto, 1964 Newport Jazz Jazz: Getz-Gilberto, 1964 Newport Jazz Newport Jazz Festival Jul 3, 1964

    Astrud Gilberto joined Stan Getz and his quartet for a sublime version of Girl From Ipanema at the 1964 Newport Jazz Festival.