1. Remembering Prince Rock: Remembering Prince Capitol Theatre Jan 30, 1982 The R&B legend left us one year ago. Pay tribute to his funky legacy with this classic 1982 concert from the fittingly-titled Controversy Tour.
  2. Allman Brothers’ Fillmore East Finale Rock: Allman Brothers’ Fillmore East Finale Fillmore East Jun 27, 1971 Duane and Gregg Allman lead the band on classics like "One Way Out" and "Whipping Post" on the last night of the NYC rock palace in 1971.
  3. Joss Stone Flirts With Reggae Rock: Joss Stone Flirts With Reggae Crypt Studio Jul 22, 2015 The soulful Brit singer, who turns 30 today, experiments with new riddims on "Love Me" and others from Water for Your Soul in 2015.
  4. Derek and the Dominos, 1970 Rock: Derek and the Dominos, 1970 Fillmore East Oct 23, 1970 Without a doubt one of our all-time favorite shows: Clapton stretching out with a crack rhythm section, great songs, great playing. This is everything we love about live music.
  5. 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, who turns 62 today, riffs on "Live Wire," "Bad Boy Boogie" and "Shot Down in Flames" in '79.
  6. Joe Cocker Interprets the Classics Rock: Joe Cocker Interprets the Classics Chance Aug 1, 1982 The gruff-voiced singer covers Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade of Pale," the Box Tops' "The Letter" and Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues" in 1982.
  7. Hail, Hail, Chuck Berry Rock: Hail, Hail, Chuck Berry Winterland Mar 18, 1967 50 years ago today, the rock progenitor took the stage at the Winterland, backed by Steve Miller and his band, on a bill with the Dead.
  8. Robin Trower Channels Jimi in 1975 Rock: Robin Trower Channels Jimi in 1975 Winterland Mar 15, 1975 The Brit guitar hero, who turns 72 today, flaunts Hendrix-inspired chops on "Bridge of Sighs," "Too Rolling Stoned" and more.
  9. John Cale at Tramps, 1994 Rock: John Cale at Tramps, 1994 Tramps Sep 18, 1994 The co-founder of the Velvet Underground performs tunes from 1974's Fear and 1989's Words For The Dying.
  10. Alvin Lee In Memoriam Rock: Alvin Lee In Memoriam Fillmore East Feb 27, 1970 The late guitar speedmeister, who died on this day in 2013, flaunts his chops on his Woodstock set-closer "I'm Going Home" in this 1970 set.
  11. Lou Reed at the Bottom Line, 1977 Rock: 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. The Who at the Fillmore East, 1968 Rock: The Who at the Fillmore East, 1968 Fillmore East Apr 6, 1968 Hear a 22-year-old Pete Townshend on pulverizing jams like "I Can't Explain," "Summertime Blues," "Shakin' All Over" and "My Generation."
  13. Pink Floyd at the Fillmore West Rock: Pink Floyd at the Fillmore West Fillmore West Apr 29, 1970 On this day in 1968, guitarist David Gilmour replaced Syd Barrett in the lineup. Hear them play a 22-minute "A Saucerful of Secrets' in 1970.
  14. A Carole King Milestone Rock: A Carole King Milestone Eastman Theatre Sep 12, 1993 The prolific singer-songwriter turns 75 today. Hear her perform her classics "Up On The Roof," "So Far Away" and "It's Too Late" in 1993.
  1. NRBQ at the Bottom Line Rock: NRBQ at the Bottom Line Bottom Line Aug 24, 1978 Big Al Anderson, Joey Spampinato, Terry Adams and Tom Ardolino are rockin' on "Green Lights," "Wacky Tobacky" and others in 1978.
  2. Bob Marley and the Wailers, 1979 Rock: Bob Marley and the Wailers, 1979 Oakland Auditorium Nov 30, 1979 Enhancing this already stellar show is a fantastic guest performance by guitarist Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones for the six-song encore
  3. Cheap Trick at Tramps Rock: Cheap Trick at Tramps Tramps Jul 24, 1996 Robin Zander leads the group on their hits "I Want You To Want Me" and ”Surrender,” and a cover of "Magical Mystery Tour."
  4. Aerosmith in Central Park Rock: Aerosmith in Central Park  Central Park Aug 29, 1975 Steven Tyler fronts the classic rock band from Boston on their mega hits "Sweet Emotion," "Dream On" and "Walk This Way" in this 1975 set.
  5. Band of Gypsys at the Fillmore East Rock: Band of Gypsys at the Fillmore East Fillmore East Jan 1, 1970 Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox and Buddy Miles kick off 1970 with a scorching set that includes "Who Knows," "Power of Soul" and "Machine Gun."
  6. The Police at Boston’s Paradise Rock: The Police at Boston’s Paradise Paradise Apr 9, 1979 The trio of Andy Summers, Stewart Copeland and Sting barrel through their entire first album in this punchy 1979 set.
  7. Danko and the Band in D.C. Rock: Danko and the Band in D.C. Carter Barron Amphitheater Jul 17, 1976 Bassist and singer Rick Danko, who was born on this day in 1943, sings lead on "It Makes No Difference" and "This Wheel's On Fire" during this 1976 concert.
  8. The Boss is Coming to Town Rock: The Boss is Coming to Town Capitol Theatre Sep 20, 1978 Celebrate with Bruce & the E Street Band in this homecoming show featuring their classic version of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.”
  9. Joe Cocker & the Grease Band Rock: Joe Cocker & the Grease Band Fillmore West Oct 19, 1969 Hear the gravelly-voiced singer light up the Fillmore West with "She Came in Through the Bathroom Window" and "Feelin' Alright" in 1969.
  10. The Birth of Tull Rock: The Birth of Tull Tanglewood Jul 7, 1970 In December of 1967, school chums Ian Anderson and John Evan formed the prog-rock group Jethro Tull, heard here 3 years later at Tanglewood.
  11. Santana's Soul Sacrifice Rock: Santana's Soul Sacrifice Palladium Feb 10, 1978 The Bay Area band jams on the epic instrumental that wowed Woodstock, along with a Latin-tinged remake of "She's Not There."
  12. Curtis Mayfield's '70s Anthems Rock: Curtis Mayfield's '70s Anthems Hofstra University Nov 2, 1972 The late soul icon performs his hits "Superfly," "Freddie's Dead" and "Pusherman" in this 1972 set.
  13. R.I.P. Greg Lake Rock: R.I.P. Greg Lake Fillmore East Nov 21, 1969 We were very sad to learn of the passing of the talented singer and bassist. Hear him with King Crimson during their first US tour at the Fillmore East.