1. The Pretenders at Paradise, 1980 Rock: The Pretenders at Paradise, 1980 Paradise Mar 23, 1980 Singer Chrissie Hynde leads the British-American band on "Precious," "Brass in Pocket" and other tunes from their self-titled debut album.
  2. Billy Joel in the House That Ruth Built Rock: Billy Joel in the House That Ruth Built Yankee Stadium Jun 22, 1990 In 1990, the Piano Man performed "Uptown Girl," "Allentown" and others from centerfield at the old Yankee Stadium.
  3. Heart Kicks It Out Rock: 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.
  4. George Clinton Pilots P-Funk Rock: George Clinton Pilots P-Funk Laguna Seca Raceway May 27, 1995 The audacious frontman leads the potent funkateers on "Atomic Dog," "Red Hot Mama," "Cosmic Slop"and other P-anthems in this 1995 set.
  5. Mick Jagger Flies Solo Rock: Mick Jagger Flies Solo Webster Hall Feb 9, 1993 Hear the Rolling Stones frontman perform "Don't Tear Me Up," "Put Me In The Trash" and other tunes on his Wandering Spirit tour of 1993.
  6. Yes 'Close to the Edge' in 1974 Rock: 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.
  7. Remembering Elvis Presley Rock: Remembering Elvis Presley 35 songs 2:15:45 Hear Pete Townshend, Link Wray, The Persuasions, Bon Jovi and others pay tribute to the King.
  8. Stevie Nicks' Solo Tour, 1983 Rock: Stevie Nicks' Solo Tour, 1983 Brendan Byrne Arena Jun 24, 1983 The Fleetwood Mac frontwoman sings Mac classics "Dreams" and "Gold Dust Woman" (from Rumors) and new tunes from The Wild Heart.
  9. ZZ Top Boogies in Jersey, 1980 Rock: ZZ Top Boogies in Jersey, 1980 Capitol Theatre May 4, 1980 Bassist Dusty Hill joins Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard on "Hi Fi Mama," "Cheap Sunglasses" and other tunes from Deguello.
  10. AC/DC's 1979, Highway to Hell Rock: AC/DC's 1979, Highway to Hell Towson State College Oct 16, 1979 Buckle in as AC/DC will drive you down the Highway to Hell in this 1979 classic. Chock-full of hits, this will please any fan of the boys from down unda'.
  11. Hendrix in Berkeley, 1970 Rock: Hendrix in Berkeley, 1970 Berkeley Community Theatre May 30, 1970 The ultimate guitar god delivers a challenging but rewarding set, including tunes "Straight Ahead," "Machine Gun" and "Foxy Lady," shortly before his tragic death.
  12. Remembering AC/DC's Malcolm Young Rock: Remembering AC/DC's Malcolm Young Towson State College Oct 16, 1979 No one could riff like Malcom Young. Hear him work his magic on "Live Wire," "Bad Boy Boogie" and "Shot Down in Flames" in '79.
  13. Fleetwood Mac at the Record Plant Rock: Fleetwood Mac at the Record Plant Fleet Center Sep 24, 2003 Co-lead singer and keyboardist Christine McVie, leads the band on her tunes "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" and "Believe Me" in 1974.
  14. 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.
  1. Pink Floyd at the Fillmore West Rock: Pink Floyd at the Fillmore West Fillmore West Apr 29, 1970 Featuring guitar great David Gilmour, the mighty Floyd plays a 22-minute "A Saucerful of Secrets' in 1970 at the legendary San Francisco venue.
  2. Bob Marley at Paul's Mall Rock: Bob Marley at Paul's Mall Paul's Mall Jun 26, 1975 The reggae legend performs classics "Get Up, Stand Up" and "I Shot the Sheriff" in this newly improved set.
  3. The Rolling Stones in Detroit, 1978 Rock: The Rolling Stones in Detroit, 1978 Masonic Hall Jul 6, 1978 Charlie Watts provided his classic backbeat on swaggering classics like "Star Star," "Happy," "Shattered," "Brown Sugar" and others in this set.
  4. Bob Dylan Reunites with The Band Rock: Bob Dylan Reunites with The Band Los Angeles Forum Feb 14, 1974 After a long touring hiatus, Dylan returns with electrified versions of "Highway 61," "Like a Rolling Stone" and Blowin' in the Wind" in 1974.
  5. Los Lobos at the Fillmore, 1998 Rock: Los Lobos at the Fillmore, 1998 Fillmore Auditorium Dec 4, 1998 David Hidalgo leads the East LA roots rockers on cumbias, Tex-Mex, Chicago blues tunes and a Grateful Dead cover.
  6. Iggy Pop's Raw 'Instinct' Rock: Iggy Pop's Raw 'Instinct' Channel Jul 19, 1988 The artist formerly known as James Osterberg, Jr. performs "Tuff Baby," "Cold Metal" and other new tunes from Instinct in a 1988 Boston set.
  7. Remembering Janis Joplin Rock: Remembering Janis Joplin Winterland Jun 14, 1968 Hear the iconic singers raw, uninhibited style with Big Brother & the Holding Company at the Winterland Ballroom in 1968.
  8. Stevie Ray Vaughan In Memoriam Rock: Stevie Ray Vaughan In Memoriam Ripley's Music Hall Oct 20, 1983 The Texas guitar hero premieres tunes from his debut album Texas Flood in this 1983 set from Philly's Ripley Hall.
  9. Farewell, Tom Petty Rock: Farewell, Tom Petty Winterland Dec 30, 1978 We mourn the death of a champion of pure simple beauty in rock and roll. Hear him early in his career with the Heartbreakers in 1978.
  10. Farewell, Tom Petty Rock: Farewell, Tom Petty Winterland Dec 30, 1978 We mourn the death of a champion of pure simple beauty in rock and roll. Hear him where it all began with the Heartbreakers in 1978.
  11. Allman Brothers Band at the Fillmore East Rock: Allman Brothers Band at the Fillmore East Fillmore East Feb 11, 1970 The original jam band stretches on epic instrumentals "In Memory of Elizabeth Reed" and "Mountain Jam" in this classic 1970 set from NYC.
  12. 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.
  13. Bruce Springsteen Proves It All Night Rock: Bruce Springsteen Proves It All Night Winterland Dec 15, 1978 Get comfy, because all the stories are true - the Boss and the E Street Band came to play, and they're not gonna stop until the roof caves in!