King Biscuit Concerts

  1. King Biscuit Every show and more from this legendary syndicate rock concert radio show is available at Wolfgang's, featuring the biggest performers of the 1970s and 80s.
  2. Jackson Browne at the Capitol Theatre 1976 The singer-songwriter captivated his audience at the Cap on his Pretender tour
  3. 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.
  4. Dr. John Spreads His Funky Gris-Gris Bottom Line Nov 8, 1978 New Orleans' favorite son performs his "Mama Roux," "Right Place, Wrong Time" and the Crescent City staple "Iko Iko" in this '78 set.
  5. Nils Lofgren at the Record Plant, 1975 Hippodrome Theatre Jul 14, 1974 The longtime E Street Band guitarist premieres "Rock & Roll Crook," "Keith Don't Go" and other tunes from his 2nd solo album, Back It Up!!
  6. Peter Gabriel's last tour with Genesis Shrine Auditorium Jan 24, 1975 The theatrical frontman leads the prog-rockers on "Cuckoo Coconut" and other tunes from The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway in this '75 set.
  7. Rod Stewart Wears It Well Newcastle City Hall Dec 18, 1976 In 1972, Mod Rod's single "You Wear It Well" reached #1 on the U.S. charts. Hear him sing his hit in this '76 set from Newcastle.
  8. Madonna in her Prime, 1985 JFK Stadium Jul 13, 1985 Listen to the Material Girl perform her hits "Holiday," "Into the Groove" and "Love Makes the World Go Round" in 1985.
  9. Heart Kicks It Out Universal Amphitheatre Jul 17, 1977 Lead singer Ann Wilson delivers typically intense vocal performances on "Magic Man" and "Crazy on You" in this '77 set.
  10. Journey's first tour with Steve Perry Palladium May 28, 1978 Steve Perry's first tour with Journey produced some great rock. You'll love how the band sounds here.
  11. Lou Reed at the Bottom Line, 1977 Bottom Line May 11, 1977 This NYC performance finds the legendary songwriter fighting his way out of the post-glam doldrums, with a team of certified power-punks.
  12. Roger Daltrey Flies Solo DAR Constitution Hall Dec 4, 1985 The Who frontman sings "Behind Blue Eyes," "Giving It All Away," "Substitute" and "Won't Get Fooled Again" on his 'Under a Raging Moon' tour of 1985.
  13. Stevie Ray Vaughan Digs In Spectrum Montreal Aug 17, 1984 The Texas guitar slinger plays with typical intensity on "Say What!," "Couldn't Stand the Weather" and "Texas Flood" in this '84 set.
  14. The Fabulous Thunderbirds in Austin 1987 Austin Music Hall May 25, 1987 The T-Birds came home to Austin with an amazing lineup including guests Bonnie Raitt, Robert Cray, Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe.
  15. Yes 'Close to the Edge' in 1974 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum Dec 10, 1974 Featuring the twin attack of Chris Squire's bass and Steve Howe's guitar, this 1974 concert is classic Yes, featuring many of the band's cornerstone songs.
  16. 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.
  17. Best of King Biscuit
    1. Linda Ronstadt's Country-Pop Appeal
    2. Early Bruce Springsteen, 1973
    3. Eric Clapton in Santa Monica, 1978
    4. James Taylor at Carnegie Hall 1974
    5. Dire Straits in 1985
    6. AC/DC's 'Highway to Hell' Tour
    7. Aerosmith 1975
    8. Bonnie Raitt Sizzles in 1979
    9. John Lennon at MSG 1972
    10. Ringo and the All-Starr Band, 2001
    11. The Bee Gees in Full Stride, 1976
  18. Ronnie James Dio In Memoriam Spectrum Aug 25, 1984 The Elfin King, who died in 2010, delivers with typical intensity on "Stand Up And Shout" and others from Holy Diver in '84.
  19. Roxy Music's Second Edition City Hall Oct 28, 1974 Hear Roxy with keyboardist-violinist Eddie Jobson, who replaced Brian Eno in the lineup on their Country Life tour of 1974.
  20. Rush in 1984 Maple Leaf Gardens Sep 21, 1984 Hard-Rock / Prog-Rock leviathans, Rush, put on a clinic in this class King Biscuit recorded concert from 1984. Don't miss this!
  21. Hall & Oates' Blue-Eyed Soul Roanoke Civic Center Apr 22, 1982 Daryl Hall joins partner John Oates on their hits "Sara Smile," "Rich Girl" and "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" in 1982.
  22. Early Bruce Springsteen, 1973 Max's Kansas City Jan 31, 1973 Enjoy one of the earliest professional recordings of the Boss and the E Street Band, heard here in their original line-up.
  23. 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."
  24. James Taylor at Carnegie Hall 1974 Carnegie Hall May 27, 1974 A superb recording of a great performance at a legendary venue. A tour de force from Sweet Baby James.
  25. Dire Straits in 1985 San Antonio Municipal Auditorium Aug 16, 1985 The Brothers In Arms album was released in May 1985. Hear them five months later in a superb show at the peak of their powers.
  26. AC/DC's 'Highway to Hell' Tour Towson State College Oct 16, 1979 Scottish-born Aussie guitar slinger Angus Young riffs on "Live Wire," "Bad Boy Boogie" and "Shot Down in Flames" in '79.
  27. Aerosmith 1975 Central Park Aug 29, 1975 Watch out New York - Aerosmith is coming to town! These notorious bad boys swaggered like the bastard sons of Mick and Keef.
  28. Bonnie Raitt Sizzles in 1979 Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis Jul 5, 1979 Her commerical breakthrough may have been a dozen years away but this show smokes - one of our favorites at Wolfgang's.