Tramps Concerts

  1. Tramps If you toured through NYC you had to play Tramps. High-energy performances from the best artists of the 1980s and 90s in this small club.
  2. Kenny Wayne Shepherd at Tramps, '98 Tramps May 20, 1998 Hear the blues-rocker from Shreveport ripping it up at the ripe old age of 20 on "Long Gone" and "King's Highway."
  3. Kool & the Gang Get Funky Tramps Jul 13, 1996 Robert "Kool" Bell leads the band of funkateers on their hits "Ladies Night," "Get Down On It," "Jungle Boogie" and "Hollywood Swinging" in this 1996 set from Tramps.
  4. Larry Graham Gets Funky Tramps Aug 2, 1995 Hear the father of funky slap bass get down with his Graham Central Station in this two-hour set from Tramps in 1995.
  5. 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.
  6. Desmond Dekker's Reggae Party Tramps May 27, 1995 The Jamaican rude boy icon, who died in 2006, performs his rocksteady hits "007 (Shanty Town)" and "Israelites" in this '96 Tramps set.
  7. Foo Fighters' Debut Tramps Apr 27, 1995 Ex-Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl switches to guitar and vocals to premiere "This Is a Call," "Floaty" and other tunes from the group's self-titled first album in 1995.
  8. Gatemouth Brown's Swingin' Blues Tramps Apr 6, 1996 The multi-faceted bluesman, who died in 2005, plays his autobiographical "Born In Louisiana (Raised on the Texas Side)" in '96.
  9. The Brothers Johnson at Tramps Tramps Dec 17, 1994 Bassist Louis Johnson joins guitarist brother George on their hits "Strawberry Letter 23" and "Get the Funk Out Ma Face."
  10. The Jayhawks at Tramps, '95 Tramps Apr 8, 1995 The Twin Cities alt-country band plays "Ten Little Kids," "I'd Run Away" and "Miss Williams' Guitar" and more from Tomorrow the Green Grass.
  11. Willie's Tales of Cowboys & Angels Tramps Mar 14, 1998 The outlaw country star plays "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys," "On The Road Again" and "Seven Spanish Angels" in this 1998 set.
  12. The Box Tops Reunion at Tramps Tramps Jun 21, 1997 Alex Chilton leads the Memphis rock 'n' soul band on their '60s hits "Cry Like a Baby," "Soul Deep" and "The Letter" in this '97 reunion set.
  13. Radiohead Premieres 'The Bends' Tramps Jun 1, 1995 The Brit alt-rock band performs "Fake Plastic Trees," "Anyone Can Play Guitar" and "Creep" from their second album in this '95 Tramps set.
  14. Remembering Koko Taylor Tramps May 8, 1998 The Chicago blues queen, who died in 2009, delivers her raw vocals on "I'm a Woman" and "Wang Dang Doodle" in this '98 set.
  15. Steve Earle at Tramps, 1998 Tramps Feb 5, 1998 The country-folk singer-songwriter performs his "Fort Worth Blues" and "Christmas in Washington" and covers the Rolling Stones' "Sweet Virginia."
  16. Keb' Mo' In A "Dangerous Mood" Tramps Mar 6, 1997 The Grammy-winning neo-Delta bluesman (aka Kevin Moore) plays "Perpetual Blues Machine" and other tunes form Just Like You in 1997.
  17. Best of Tramps
    1. Keb' Mo' In A "Dangerous Mood"
    2. Otis Rush's Stinging Licks
    3. Prince's After-Party Jam
    4. Emmylou Harris' 'Wrecking Ball' Tour
    5. A Bob Dylan Milestone
    6. A P-Funk Marathon at Tramps
    7. Cheap Trick at Tramps, 1994
    8. Remembering Billy Preston
    9. Solomon Burke Rocks Tramps
    10. The Incomparable Etta James
  18. Otis Rush's Stinging Licks Tramps Oct 15, 1993 The lefty guitar slinger showcases his tough West Side Chicago sound on "Double Trouble" and "Gambler's Blues" in '93.
  19. Prince's After-Party Jam Tramps Sep 26, 1998 The Purple One throws down with bassist Larry Graham on P-Funk's "Flashlight" and Sly Stone funk anthems in this set from Tramps.
  20. Emmylou Harris' 'Wrecking Ball' Tour Tramps Aug 10, 1996 The singer-songwriter covers Waylon Jennings' "Ain't Living Long Like This" and Delbert McClinton's "Two More Bottles of Wine" in this 1996 Tramps set.
  21. A Bob Dylan Milestone Tramps Jul 26, 1999 Hear the profoundly influential singer-songwriter in a 1999 set.
  22. A P-Funk Marathon at Tramps Tramps Apr 6, 1994 George Clinton leads the P-Funk All-Stars on "Cosmic Slop," "Atomic Dog," "Mothership Connection" and more funk anthems in a 4-hour set.
  23. Cheap Trick at Tramps, 1994 Tramps Sep 20, 1994 Drummer Bun E. Carlos fuels the group on "Heaven Tonight," "I Want Your To Want Me" and a letter-perfect cover of "Magical Mystery Tour."
  24. Asleep at the Wheel's Texas Swing Tramps Apr 17, 1996 Ray Benson leads the Austin-based band on "Route 66," Louis Jordan's "Choo Choo Ch'Boogie" and "San Antonio Rose" in this '96 set.
  25. Bootsy Collins at Tramps, '94 Tramps Sep 28, 1994 The bassist-singer-funkateer stretches out with his Rubber Band on P-Funk anthems like "One Nation Under a Groove" and "Flashlight."
  26. Charles Brown at Tramps, 1996 Tramps Feb 16, 1996 The prolific Texas blues singer-songwriter-pianist, born in 1922, performs his 1940s hits "Driftin' Blues," "I Stepped In Quicksand" and "Black Night."
  27. A Salute to Buddy Guy Tramps May 8, 1996 Hear the blues guitar great testify on "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues" and "Feels Like Rain" and wail on Jimi Hendrix's "Voodoo Child" in 1996.