1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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!
  10. Bob Marley's Last Stand Rock: Bob Marley's Last Stand Lyceum Ballroom Jul 18, 1975 On this day in 1980, the reggae superstar played his last concert at Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh. Hear him in this 1975 set from London.
  11. Dickey Betts Hits the 'Highway' Rock: Dickey Betts Hits the 'Highway' Winterland Dec 14, 1974 The Allman Brothers Band guitarist premieres tunes from his country flavored Highway Call with fiddler Vassar Clements in this 1974 set.
  12. Nile Rodgers Meets Duran Duran Rock: Nile Rodgers Meets Duran Duran Madison Square Garden Mar 21, 1984 The funky rhythm guitarist joins Chic bandmate Tony Thompson on stage with the Brit group for "Rio" and other hits in this 1984 set.
  13. Roxy Music in Newcastle, '74 Rock: Roxy Music in Newcastle, '74 City Hall Oct 28, 1974 Suave singer Bryan Ferry, who turns 71 today, leads the Brit art rock band on "Virginia Plain," "Prairie Rose" and tunes from Country Life.
  14. David Bowie's Chart-Topper Rock: David Bowie's Chart-Topper Montreal Forum Jul 13, 1983 "Fame" became Bowie's first US #1 single in September of 1975. Hear him sing that soulful anthem from Young Americans in 1983.
  1. Jimi Hendrix In Memoriam Rock: Jimi Hendrix In Memoriam Fillmore East May 10, 1968 Hear the rock guitar god and his crack rhythm section cover Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love" among other fiery favorites at the Fillmore Eastin 1968.
  2. Remembering Johnny Ramone Rock: Remembering Johnny Ramone Palladium Jan 7, 1978 The Ramones rapid-fire guitarist (aka John William Cummings) delivers his ferocious attack on "Cretin Hop," "Pinhead," and other short but sweet favorites in 1978.
  3. Fee Waybill's Theatrical Edge Rock: Fee Waybill's Theatrical Edge Winterland Dec 28, 1978 The lead singer of The Tubes, who turns 67 today, leads the Bay Area band on their signature "White Punks on Dope" and a cover of Arthur Lee's "Seven and Seven Is."
  4. John Mellancamp's Heartland Songs Rock: John Mellancamp's Heartland Songs Rainbow Music Hall Aug 16, 1982 The populist singer-songwriter, who releases his new album today (Sad Clowns & Hillbillies), plays "Jack and Diane" and other tunes from American Fool in 1982.
  5. MC5 Kicks Out The Jams Rock: MC5 Kicks Out The Jams Sturgis Armory Jun 27, 1968 Guitarist Fred "Sonic" Smith, born on this day in 1949, fuels the Motor City proto-punk band on "Revolutionary Blues" and "Black To Comm" in this raucous '68 set.
  6. Elvis Costello at Winterland, 1978 Rock: Elvis Costello at Winterland, 1978 Winterland Jun 7, 1978 The Brit singer-songwriter leads The Attractions on his new wave hits "Radio Radio," "Watching the Detectives" and "(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes."
  7. Jethro Tull's 'Under Wraps' Tour Rock: Jethro Tull's 'Under Wraps' Tour Capitol Theatre Oct 28, 1984 Frontman Ian Anderson leads the Brit prog-rock band on classics like "Thick As a Brick," "Aqualung" and "Living in the Past" in this 1984 set from New Jersey.
  8. Remembering Peter Tosh Rock: Remembering Peter Tosh Bayou Mar 14, 1979 The Jamaican roots reggae man, who died on this day in 1987, performs his pro-pot anthem "Legalize It" and his hit song "(You Gotta Walk) Don't Look Back" in 1979.
  9. A Joe Perry Birthday Playlist Rock: A Joe Perry Birthday Playlist 11 songs 58:19 The guitarist turns 67 today. Hear him riff on "Walk This Way" and "Sweet Emotion" with Aerosmith and on tunes from his solo album Let the Music Do The Talking.
  10. Pigpen Turns On His Love Light Rock: Pigpen Turns On His Love Light Fillmore West Jun 7, 1969 Vocalist Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, born on this day in 1945, is joined by Janis Joplin on this soul anthem to close out the Grateful Dead's 1969 Fillmore West set.
  11. Warren Zevon Strikes Up the Band Rock: Warren Zevon Strikes Up the Band Metro Sep 29, 1982 The singer-songwriter, who died on this day in 2003, performs "Lawyers, Guns and Money," "Excitable Boy" and "Werewolves of London" at Boston's Metro in 1982.
  12. The Pretenders at Paradise, 1980 Rock: The Pretenders at Paradise, 1980 Paradise Mar 23, 1980 Singer Chrissie Hynde, who turns 66 today, leads the British-American band on "Precious," "Brass in Pocket" and other tunes from their self-titled debut album.
  13. Remembering Freddie Mercury Rock: Remembering Freddie Mercury Maida Vale Studio Oct 28, 1977 The lead singer of Queen would've turned 71 today. Hear him sing "My Melancholy Blues" and a fast version of "We Will Rock You" in this 1977 studio session.