Rock Concerts

  1. Creedence Closes the Fillmore in 1971 Rock: Creedence Closes the Fillmore in 1971 Fillmore West Jul 4, 1971 CCR played a ferocious set during the Fillmore West's closing week in 1971. We'll put this up against any power trio.
  2. John Lennon at MSG 1972 Rock: John Lennon at MSG 1972 Madison Square Garden Aug 30, 1972 In 1972, John Lennon and Yoko Ono performed a benefit concert at Madison Square Garden with some very special guests.
  3. Ringo and the All-Starr Band, 2001 Rock: Ringo and the All-Starr Band, 2001 Rosemont Theatre Aug 22, 2001 The ex-Beatle sings "Act Naturally," "The No-No Song" and "Back Off Boogaloo" with his All-Starr Band in this 2001 set.
  4. Bowie's Trip to the Stars Rock: Bowie's Trip to the Stars Montreal Forum Jul 12, 1983 In 1969, David Bowie released his single "Space Oddity" just nine days before the Apollo moon landing. Hear him sing it in 1983.
  5. Roxy Music's Second Edition Rock: 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.
  6. Jeff Beck at the Fillmore West, 1968 Rock: Jeff Beck at the Fillmore West, 1968 Fillmore West Jul 24, 1968 Listen to the British guitar hero play "Jeff's Boogie," "You Shook Me" and "Morning Dew" in this 1968 Fillmore West set.
  7. The Meters Lay Down the Funk Rock: The Meters Lay Down the Funk Jazz Workshop Sep 7, 1976 The New Orleans funkateers play "Hey Pocky-Way," "Fire on the Bayou," "Big Chief" and "Cabbage Alley" at Boston's Jazz Workshop in 1976.
  8. Kim Carnes' 'Mistaken Identity' Tour Rock: Kim Carnes' 'Mistaken Identity' Tour Savoy Aug 25, 1981 The raspy-voiced Grammy-winner covers The Stones' "Under My Thumb" and sings her big hit "Bette Davis Eyes" on her 1981 tour.
  9. Cream at the Crossroads Rock: Cream at the Crossroads Oakland Coliseum Arena Oct 4, 1968 Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce play "Crossroads," "I'm So Glad" and "Sunshine of Your Love" in this '68 set from Oakland.
  10. Bob Seger in Detroit, 1980 Rock: Bob Seger in Detroit, 1980 Cobo Arena Jun 15, 1980 The Motor City native leads his Silver Bullet Band on "Night Moves," "Still the Same" "Hollywood Nights" and "Rock and Roll Never Forgets" at the Cobo Arena.
  11. Grateful Dead with Stephen Stills, 1969 Rock: Grateful Dead with Stephen Stills, 1969 Winterland Oct 25, 1969 One of our favorite Dead sets at Wolfgang's. A killer Dark Star / St. Stephen, and Stephen Stills joins in on a propulsive Love Light.
  12. The Fabulous Thunderbirds in Austin 1987 Rock: 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.
  13. Peter Gabriel flies solo, 1978 Rock: Peter Gabriel flies solo, 1978 Bottom Line Oct 4, 1978 Early in his solo career at New York's intimate Bottom Line, Gabriel is joined by guest guitarist Robert Fripp for a scorching set.
  14. AC/DC's 'Highway to Hell' Tour Rock: 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.
  15. Best of Rock
    1. Early Bruce Springsteen, 1973
    2. Eric Clapton in Santa Monica, 1978
    3. Bob Marley and the Wailers, 1979
    4. Linda Ronstadt, Country Rock Queen
    5. Bob Dylan Reunites with The Band
    6. The Police at Boston’s Paradise
    7. Derek and the Dominos, 1970
    8. Jimi Hendrix Experience in 1968
    9. Cream Unleashed, 1968
    10. R.E.M. at the Capitol Theatre, 1984
  16. Leon Russell Put a Spell on You Rock: Leon Russell Put a Spell on You Fillmore East Nov 20, 1970 Hear the Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter cover tunes by Bob Dylan, John Lennon and Screaming Jay Hawkins in 1970.
  17. Phil Lesh & extra-special Friends, 1999 Rock: Phil Lesh & extra-special Friends, 1999 Calaveras County Fairgrounds May 29, 1999 Phil assembled a spectacular band for this one-off including Warren Haynes, Steve Kimock, John Molo and Merl Saunders.
  18. Gregg Allman Band in Austin Rock: Gregg Allman Band in Austin Auditorium Shores May 25, 1987 Gregg toured after 1987's release of I'm No Angel with a focus on the early Allman Brothers catalog.
  19. Belinda Carlisle goes solo Rock: Belinda Carlisle goes solo Tower Theater May 25, 1988 The former Go-Go was in peak form at Philadelphia's Tower Theatre in 1988.
  20. Jimi stretches out in Berkeley Rock: Jimi stretches out in Berkeley Berkeley Community Theatre May 30, 1970 Jimi covers a lot of ground in this stellar show, from early hits to searing jam solos to yet-to-be released material.
  21. Journey's first tour with Steve Perry Rock: 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.
  22. Early Blondie at the Paradise, 1978 Rock: Early Blondie at the Paradise, 1978 Paradise May 27, 1978 This pre "Heart of Glass" show rocks! Early Blondie was a revelation of energy, sass and smarts, all evident in this performance.
  23. James Taylor at Carnegie Hall 1974 Rock: 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.
  24. Neil Young & Crazy Horse, 2007 Rock: Neil Young & Crazy Horse, 2007 Tower Theater Dec 10, 2007 The Godfather of Grunge stretches out on "No Hidden Path" from Chrome Dreams II and "Like a Hurricane" from '77's Stars 'n Bars.
  25. Moby Grape's Psych-Pop Gems Rock: Moby Grape's Psych-Pop Gems Winterland Mar 22, 1968 Drummer turned guitarist singer Skip Spence, born in 1946, leads the Bay Area band on "Rounder" and "Changes" in this 1968 set.
  26. Molly Hatchet's Three-Guitar Army Rock: Molly Hatchet's Three-Guitar Army Agora Ballroom Atlanta Apr 20, 1979 The southern rockers play rowdy versions of "Bounty Hunter" and other tunes from their self-titled debut in this '79 set from Cleveland.
  27. Little Richard at the Boston Tea Party Rock: Little Richard at the Boston Tea Party Boston Tea Party May 23, 1970 The rock 'n' roll originator performs his classics "Lucille," "Tutti Frutti, "Good Golly Miss Molly" and a cover of "Ooh Poo Pah Doo" in 1970.
  28. The Pretenders at the Heatwave Fest Rock: The Pretenders at the Heatwave Fest Heatwave Festival Aug 23, 1980 James Honeyman Scott, who died in 1982, shares guitar duties with Chrissie Hynde in this 1980 set from Ontario, Canada.