Music

Country

  1. Rest in Peace Kenny Rogers Country: Rest in Peace Kenny Rogers Aug 4, 1980 The Country Music Hall of Famer performs his hits "Lucille," "Coward of the County" and "The Gambler" in this 1980 set.
  2. Still 'Crazy' After All These Years Country: Still 'Crazy' After All These Years Tramps Mar 11, 1998 Hear outlaw country icon Willie Nelson sing his "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," "Whiskey River" and "Crazy" in 1998.
  3. 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.
  4. The Oak Ridge Boys in Nice, France Country: The Oak Ridge Boys in Nice, France Acropolis May 14, 1985 The Tennessee country and gospel vocal quartet brings its downhom, quintessentially American sound to the French Riviera in this '85 set.
  5. Steve Earle at Tramps, 1998 Country: Steve Earle at Tramps, 1998 Tramps Feb 5, 1998 The country-folk singer-songwriter performs his "Fort Worth Blues" and "Christmas in Washington" and covers the Rolling Stones' "Sweet Virginia."
  6. Loretta Lynn live in Dallas, 1982 Country: Loretta Lynn live in Dallas, 1982 Reunion Arena Jun 18, 1982 If you're looking at her, you're looking at country - check out the Coal Miner's Daughter entertaining an appreciative crowd in 1982.
  7. Randy Travis at Music Village USA Country: Randy Travis at Music Village USA Music Village USA Jul 16, 1986 Hear the face of the '80s neo-traditional country movement's distinctive baritone on "Diggin' Up Bones" and "I Told You So."
  8. Charlie Daniels Honors Skynyrd Country: Charlie Daniels Honors Skynyrd Municipal Auditorium Jan 13, 1979 The surviving members of Lynyrd Skynyrd join Daniels on a rousing rendition of "Free Bird" at the Volunteer Jam V in Nashville, 1979.
  9. Dwight Yoakam's Honky Tonk Appeal Country: Dwight Yoakam's Honky Tonk Appeal  Fillmore Auditorium Dec 31, 1985 The country star covers classics like "Heartaches By the Number," Johnny Cash's "Ring Of Fire" and Hank Williams' "Jambalaya" in 1985.
  10. A Shout-Out to Hank Williams Jr. Country: A Shout-Out to Hank Williams Jr. Hara Arena Sep 12, 1981 Hear the rowdy son of a country icon play "Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound" and "The American Way" in this set from 1981.
  11. Waylon Jennings at Opryland, 1983 Country: Waylon Jennings at Opryland, 1983 Opryland Oct 14, 1983 The outlaw country star, born in 1937, sings his classic "Amanda" and the hit single "Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys."
  12. Johnny Paycheck at the Lone Star Cafe Country: Johnny Paycheck at the Lone Star Cafe Lone Star Cafe Feb 23, 1980 The outlaw country star was born in 1938. Hear him sing "Me And the I.R.S." and "I'm the Only Hell (Mama Ever Raised)" in this set from 1980.
  13. Asleep at the Wheel's Texas Swing 'n Boogie Country: Asleep at the Wheel's Texas Swing 'n Boogie Tramps Apr 17, 1996 Ray Benson leads the Austin-based band on "Route 66," Louis Jordan's "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie" and "San Antonio Rose" in this '96 set.
  14. Kenny Rogers Sings His Hits Country: Kenny Rogers Sings His Hits Aug 4, 1980 Hear the country star sing "The Gambler" and "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town" in a 1980 set.
  15. Best of Country
    1. Chet Atkins live in Nashville, 1985
    2. The Flying Burrito Byrds
    3. Loretta Lynn live in Dallas, 1982
    4. Flying Burrito Brothers at the Avalon
    5. Dolly Parton's New York City Debut
    6. Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam X
    7. Remembering Tammy Wynette
    8. Glen Campbell & the Greensboro Symphony
    9. George Jones' Soulful Laments
    10. Getting' Rowdy With Hank, Jr.
  16. Son Volt's Alt-Country Style Country: Son Volt's Alt-Country Style Tramps Oct 27, 1995 Frontman Jay Farrar, formerly of Uncle Tupelo, leads the group on "Drown," "Loose String" and other tunes from their '95 debut, Trace.
  17. Merle Haggard in Memphis Country: Merle Haggard in Memphis Mud Island Amphitheatre Jul 10, 1983 Hear the country icon performing with the Strangers in this 1983 set from Memphis.
  18. Kris Kristofferson's Prolific Pen Country: Kris Kristofferson's Prolific Pen Country Club Jun 25, 1982 The singer-songwriter plays many of his popular tunes including "For the Good Times," "Me and Bobby McGee" and "Why Me" in 1982.
  19. The Intimate Willie Nelson Country: The Intimate Willie Nelson Shoreline Amphitheatre Nov 2, 1991 The Red Headed Stranger plays his songs "Crazy," "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" and "On the Road Again" accompanied only by harmonica ace Mickey Raphael.
  20. Glen Campbell Daytrotter Session Country: Glen Campbell Daytrotter Session Fivestar Studios Jun 1, 2012 The guitarist-singer died in 2017 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Hear him sing his hits "Wichita Lineman" and "Rhinestone Cowboy" in 2012.
  21. George Strait in the Big Apple Country: George Strait in the Big Apple Lone Star Cafe Apr 28, 1984 The neo-traditional country icon performs "I Can't See Texas From Here" and "Honky Tonk Crazy" at NYC's Lone Star Cafe.
  22. The Judds in Hampton, Virginia, '85 Country: The Judds in Hampton, Virginia, '85 Hampton Coliseum Oct 27, 1985 Wynonna Judd joins mother Naomi on hits "GIrls' Night Out" and "Mama He's Crazy," and Little Richard's "Rip It Up."
  23. 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.
  24. George Jones at Paradise, '82 Country: George Jones at Paradise, '82 Paradise Mar 16, 1982 The greatest country singer ever puts his soulful stamp on "The Race Is On," "Bartender's Blues" and "He Stopped Loving Her Today" in Boston.
  25. 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.
  26. 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.
  27. The Always Great Waylon Jennings Country: The Always Great Waylon Jennings Worcester Centrum Jun 15, 1984 Hear the late country outlaw sing his hits "Are You Ready for the Country?" and "Good Hearted Woman".
  28. Dolly Parton's NYC Debut Country: Dolly Parton's NYC Debut Bottom Line May 14, 1977 The singer-songwriter from East Tennessee performs her "Coat of Many Colors," "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You" in this '77 Bottom Line set.