Live Music Streaming Concerts

  1. Fleetwood Mac at the Record Plant Rock: Fleetwood Mac at the Record Plant Record Plant Dec 15, 1974 Co-lead singer and keyboardist Christine McVie leads the Bob Welch era version of the Mac on her tunes "Spare Me A Little Of Your Love" and "Believe Me" in 1974.
  2. 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.
  3. Keith Richards Goes Solo Interviews: Keith Richards Goes Solo Nov 12, 1988 Listen to the Stones' guitarist and resident riffmeister speak about his 1988 solo release, Talk Is Cheap
  4. Hendrix's Winterland Experiments Rock: Hendrix's Winterland Experiments Winterland Oct 11, 1968 The guitar hero and sonic explorer stretches on an 18-minute "Are You Experienced?" and an experimental "This Is America" in this 1968 set with the Experience.
  5. Janis Joplin Goes Solo Rock: Janis Joplin Goes Solo Fillmore East Feb 12, 1969 This 1969 set at the Fillmore East was recorded shortly after the soulful singer left Big Brother & the Holding Company to start her solo career.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. Chaka Khan and Rufus Get Down Rock: Chaka Khan and Rufus Get Down Columbus May 26, 1975 Rufus exploded onto the scene in 1974 and hit the road the following year for their first major tour. We dare you not to dance.
  9. Chic Brings the Funk Rock: Chic Brings the Funk Tramps Apr 3, 1998 Nile Rodgers and Chic broke all sorts of new musical grounds in the 70s. They could still bring it in this smoking 1998 performance.
  10. Loretta Lynn, the Coal Miner's Daughter Country: Loretta Lynn, the Coal Miner's Daughter Westbury, NY Oct 31, 1981 The country queen covers all of her hits, including "Coal Miner's Daughter", "Fist City" and more in this great 1981 set.
  11. Remembering Billy Joe Shaver Country: Remembering Billy Joe Shaver Tramps Mar 14, 1998 The legendary Texas singer-songwriter died this week. Hear him perform "Honky Tonk Heroes" and "I'm Just An Ol' Chunk Of Coal (But I'm Gonna Be a Diamond Someday)."
  12. The Jayhawks at Tramps, '95 Country: 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.
  13. Stevie Ray Vaughan Digs In Rock: Stevie Ray Vaughan Digs In Spectrum Montreal Aug 17, 1984 The Texas guitar slinger plays with typical intensity on "Say What!," "Couldn't Stand the Weather" and "Texas Flood" in this '84 set.
  14. Remembering Lightnin' Hopkins Blues: Remembering Lightnin' Hopkins Ash Grove Sep 16, 1967 The Texas country blues legend, born in 1912, plays "Baby Please Don't Go," "Mojo Hand" and "Katie Mae" in this '67 Ash Grove set.
  15. The Songwriter's Companion: John Hiatt Interviews: The Songwriter's Companion: John Hiatt Feb 11, 1989 On the release of his latest collection of songs, Mystic Pinball, listen to Hiatt's mid-career musings in this interview.
  16. Waylon Jennings at Opryland, '83 Country: Waylon Jennings at Opryland, '83 Opryland Oct 14, 1983 The outlaw country star, who was born in 1937, performs his "Amanda" and duets with wife Jessi Colter on "Storms Never Last."
  17. Willie's Tales of Cowboys & Angels Country: 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.
  18. Jerry Reed at the Opryhouse Country: Jerry Reed at the Opryhouse Opryhouse Oct 13, 1982 The country guitar picker and singer, who was born in 1937, performs his '70s hits "Amos Moses" and "Patches" in this '82 set.
  19. Pink Floyd in Oakland, 1977 Rock: Pink Floyd in Oakland, 1977 Oakland Coliseum Arena May 9, 1977 The psychedelic band plays "Welcome to the Machine" and "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" from Wish You Were Here and "Money" from Dark Side of the Moon.
  20. Early Pink Floyd at Fillmore West Rock: Early Pink Floyd at 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.
  21. Roger Waters Speaks Out Interviews: Roger Waters Speaks Out Oct 22, 1984 In a 1984 interview, the bassist-composer discuses his split from Pink Floyd, touring The Wall, recording The Final Cut and his first solo album.
  22. Little Feat at Winterland, 1976 Rock: Little Feat at Winterland, 1976 Winterland Feb 14, 1976 Guitarists Paul Barrere and Lowell George lead the funk-rock group on "Apolitical Blues" and a medley of "Cold Cold Cold/Dixie Chicken/Tripe Face Boogie."
  23. Dave Edmunds Rocks Roseland Rock: Dave Edmunds Rocks Roseland Roseland Ballroom May 18, 1983 The Welsh roots rocker plays Smiley Lewis' "I Hear You Knockin'" and Eddie Cochran's "C'mon Everybody" in this '83 set.
  24. Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, '81 Rock: Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, '81 Ritz Dec 31, 1981 The original riot grrrl leads her band on covers of '60s anthems "Wooly Bully," "Bits and Pieces" and "Crimson and Clover."
  25. Rest In Peace Eddie Van Halen Rock: Rest In Peace Eddie Van Halen Toronto Aug 19, 1995 Shake your head in wonder at Eddie's 10 minute solo on "Eruption / Spanish Fly / Cathedral", and smile & remember with a classic take on "Jump".
  26. Quiet Riot in San Antonio Rock: Quiet Riot in San Antonio San Antonio Civic Center Oct 19, 1984 A greatest hits show for the band that exemplified the glam metal scene of early '80s Los Angeles.
  27. Dokken rocks Milwaukee 1984 Rock: Dokken rocks Milwaukee 1984 Milwaukee Arena Feb 26, 1984 Six months before the release of their breakout album Tooth and Nail, Dokken rocked hard on this U.S. tour date.
  28. Diamond' David Lee Roth Interview Interviews: Diamond' David Lee Roth Interview May 13, 1983 Listen to Van Halen veteran Diamond Dave talk off the cuff about Eddie's genius and his fear of flying in an interview from 1983.
  29. Nils Lofgren pre-E Street Band, 1976 Rock: Nils Lofgren pre-E Street Band, 1976 Tower Theater Sep 6, 1976 Touring behind his tremendous Cry Tough album, Nils unleashes searing trademark solos right and left in this great 1976 solo set.
  30. Little Steven Van Zandt Flies Solo Rock: Little Steven Van Zandt Flies Solo Count Basie Theatre Dec 23, 1984 Hear the longtime E Street sideman, also known for his radio and acting career, with his Disciples of Soul at home in New Jersey in 1984.
  31. Remembering The Big Man Rock: Remembering The Big Man Ripley's Music Hall Jan 22, 1984 Powerhouse saxophonist Clarence Clemons died in 2011. Hear him play "Savin' Up," written for him by The Boss, in this 1984 set from Philly.
  32. Springsteen Chats About 'Darkness' Interviews: Springsteen Chats About 'Darkness' Jul 9, 1978 Though audibly uncomfortable with promoting himself, the Boss opens up for invaluable moments of candor in this extended 1978 interview, a must-listen for Bruce fans.
  33. Dire Straits in 1985 Rock: Dire Straits in 1985 San Antonio Municipal Auditorium Aug 16, 1985 The Brothers In Arms album was released in May 1985. Hear them five months later in a superb show at the peak of their powers.
  34. Mark Knopfler's Work & Influences Interviews: Mark Knopfler's Work & Influences Jun 6, 1988 The Dire Straits frontman speaks about his involvement with a number of good causes, and about some of his earliest musical influences.
  35. Remembering Bobby Short Jazz: Remembering Bobby Short Carlyle Feb 15, 1982 The quintessential New York cabaret singer, who died in 2005, takes on the Great American Songbook at the Cafe Carlyle in '82.
  36. Van Morrison Keeps On Singing Rock: Van Morrison Keeps On Singing Fillmore West Apr 26, 1970 The venerable singer-songwriter was only 24 when he dropped this great set at the Fillmore in 1970. Van's in great form, with a typically great band.
  37. Skynyrd at Winterland 1976 Rock: Skynyrd at Winterland 1976 Winterland Mar 7, 1976 They toured with 2 guitars in 1976 and didn't miss a beat. The band smokes here with a monumental Free Bird to finish.
  38. Miles Davis at Newport, 1967 Jazz: Miles Davis at Newport, 1967 Newport Jazz Festival Jul 2, 1967 The legendary trumpeter, who was born in 1926, leads his second classic quintet on scintillating versions of "Gingerbread Boy" and "So What."
  39. Daytrotter / Paste Music Favorites Indie: Daytrotter / Paste Music Favorites We dove deep into the Daytrotter and Paste catalogs for this playlist featuring a bunch of our favorites tracks from these two legendary studios.
  40. Alabama Shakes at Daytrotter 2012 Indie: Alabama Shakes at Daytrotter 2012 Echo Mountain Recording Apr 5, 2012 On the cusp of the release of their breakout Boys & Girls album Alabama Shakes visited Daytrotter and left behind this superb session.
  41. Aimee Mann Unplugged at Daytrotter Indie: Aimee Mann Unplugged at Daytrotter Daytrotter Studio Oct 6, 2008 Former 'Til Tuesday singer performs "31 Today," "Freeway" and other confessional tunes from her album @#%&*! Smilers in this 2008 set.
  42. Andrew Bird's Daytrotter Session Indie: Andrew Bird's Daytrotter Session Daytrotter Studio Oct 29, 2007 The gifted whistler-violinist-singer-songwriter performs "Fiery Crash" and "Plasticities" from Armchair Apocrypha in this 2007 set.
  43. Nine Inch Nails at Woodstock, '94 Rock: Nine Inch Nails at Woodstock, '94 Woodstock 94 Aug 13, 1994 Founder and principal songwriter Trent Reznor leads the industrial rock band on tunes from Pretty Hate Machine.
  44. Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, '81 Rock: Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, '81 Orpheum Theatre May 7, 1981 The Brit guitar hero leads his group on Beethoven's "Ode to Joy" and Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water."
  45. Remembering Randy Rhoads Rock: Remembering Randy Rhoads St. Denis Theatre Jul 28, 1981 The heavy metal guitar hero died in a plane crash in 1982. Hear him with Ozzy Osbourne on the Blizzard of Oz tour from 1981.
  46. The Clash in Boston, 1982 Rock: The Clash in Boston, 1982 Orpheum Theatre Sep 8, 1982 Guitarist-singer Mick Jones leads the Brit punk band on his tunes "Should I Stay or Should I Go," "Stay Free" and "Police on My Back."
  47. World Party in San Francisco, 1990 Rock: World Party in San Francisco, 1990 Warfield Theatre Sep 10, 1990 Multi instrumentalist Kurt Wallinger burns bright in a performance that includes "Ship Of Fools" and "Put The Message In The Box".
  48. Joe Jackson Looks Sharp Rock: Joe Jackson Looks Sharp Berklee Performance Center May 25, 1979 The Brit new wave pioneer plays his hit single "Is She Really Going Out With Him?" and tunes from Look Sharp in 1979.
  49. Elvis Costello at Winterland Rock: Elvis Costello at Winterland Winterland Jun 7, 1978 The prolific singer-songwriter premieres "Pump It Up," "Lip Service" and other tunes from This Year's Model in this '78 set.
  50. Lynyrd Skynyrd Remembered in 1977 Interviews: Lynyrd Skynyrd Remembered in 1977 Dec 11, 1977 This King Biscuit interview special was assembled a month after the fatal plane crash rocked all of us.
  51. Robin Trower at the Park West, '76 Rock: Robin Trower at the Park West, '76 Chicago, IL Dec 5, 1976 Hear the Brit guitar hero and former member of Procol Harum wail on "Too Rolling Stoned" in this great-sounding set.
  52. Kurtis Blow Speaks Interviews: Kurtis Blow Speaks Sep 30, 1985 The pioneering rapper reminisces about the days of block parties, DJ Kool Herc, Grandmaster Flash and his 1980 smash hit "The Breaks."
  53. Lynyrd Skynyrd rocks the Bay Area 1977 Rock: Lynyrd Skynyrd rocks the Bay Area 1977 Oakland Coliseum Stadium Jul 2, 1977 Skynyrd blew the Bay Area away with a scorching set at 1977's Day On The Green festival.
  54. Skynyrd hits Asbury Park in 1977 Rock: Skynyrd hits Asbury Park in 1977 Convention Hall Jul 13, 1977 Two weeks after their scorching Bay Area set (also at Wolfgang's) the boys showed New Jersey how the South rocks.
  55. Southern Rock Sampler playlist Rock: Southern Rock Sampler playlist This playlist will have you jumping - kicking off of course with "The South's Gonna Do It Again" and closing of course with "Free Bird".
  56. Lynyrd Skynyrd Cardiff 1975 Rock: Lynyrd Skynyrd Cardiff 1975 Cardiff Capitol Theatre Nov 4, 1975 Six months after Ed King's departure the band sounded better than ever. This set is also available at Wolfgang's in a limited 180 gram vinyl pressing.
  57. Justin Townes Earle at Daytrotter Indie: Justin Townes Earle at Daytrotter Daytrotter Studio Sep 8, 2010 We mourn the loss of this talented songwriter and performer. He performed for Paste and Daytrotter many times, including this 2010 session.
  58. Rick Derringer Rocks Boston Rock: Rick Derringer Rocks Boston Paradise Jul 7, 1978 The guitarist/singer/songwriter leads his band on "Rock 'n' Roll Hoochie Koo" and a Chuck Berry medley in this '78 set from club Paradise.
  59. Jimmy Smith's Super Jam Jazz: Jimmy Smith's Super Jam Yankee Stadium Jul 7, 1972 The Hammond B-3 organ king leads Clark Terry, Kenny Burrell, Illinois Jacquet, Zoot Sims, Roy Haynes and B.B. King at Yankee Stadium in '72.
  60. Robin Lane & the Chartbusters Rock: Robin Lane & the Chartbusters Paradise Apr 15, 1980 The singer-songwriter leads the Boston new wave band on "Why Do You Tell Lies" and "When Things Go Wrong" from their 1980 debut album.
  61. Jon Lucien at Carnegie Hall, 1975 Jazz: Jon Lucien at Carnegie Hall, 1975 Carnegie Hall Jul 3, 1975 The Virgin Islands native wraps his rich baritone voice around Herbie Hancock's "Maiden Voyage" and Jobim's "Dindi" in this dynamic set.
  62. Red Hot Chili Peppers in Philly, '89 Rock: Red Hot Chili Peppers in Philly, '89 Theater of Living Arts Feb 20, 1989 Guitarist John Frusciante premieres "Stone Cold Bush" from Mother's Milk with Flea, Anthony Kiedis and Chad Smith.
  63. Chambers Brothers at Ash Grove, '64 Folk & Bluegrass: Chambers Brothers at Ash Grove, '64 Ash Grove Aug 7, 1964 Before they went psychedelic with "Time Has Come Today," the four brothers were an a cappella gospel group. Hear their vocal harmonies.
  64. Harvey Mandel's Guitar Explorations Rock: Harvey Mandel's Guitar Explorations Amazingrace Jan 3, 1975 The former Canned Heat guitarist stretches on "Feel the Sound" and "Where's My Sunshine" in this '75 Amazingrace set.
  65. Santana Rides Again Rock: Santana Rides Again Tanglewood Aug 18, 1970 This exceptional recording features a smoking Santana in the last year of their classic lineup. An incredible performance by a great band in their prime.
  66. John Lee Hooker at Shoreline Amphitheatre Blues: John Lee Hooker at Shoreline Amphitheatre Shoreline Amphitheatre Oct 10, 1992 The Boogie Man is joined by guitarist Ry Cooder on "Serves Me Right to Suffer," "Hobo Blues" and "Crawlin' King Snake" in this 1992 set.
  67. B.B. King Rocks the Fillmore West Blues: B.B. King Rocks the Fillmore West Fillmore Auditorium Jun 6, 1968 The king of the blues serenades the hippies with his classics "Paying the Cost to Be the Boss," Sweet Sixteen" and "Rock Me Baby" in this '68 set.
  68. 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."
  69. Blues Traveler Rocks Golden Gate Park Rock: Blues Traveler Rocks Golden Gate Park Polo Fields, Golden Gate Park Sep 29, 1991 Harmonica ace John Popper leads the New York band on "Mountrain Cry" featuring guest Carlos Santana in 1991.
  70. Santana On His First 20 Years in Music Interviews: Santana On His First 20 Years in Music Sep 25, 1988 In this 1988 interview, guitar god Carlos Santana reflects on his influences, Woodstock, and other highlights from the first two decades of his life's work.
  71. Days Between: Jerry Garcia Band, 1980 Rock: Days Between: Jerry Garcia Band, 1980 Capitol Theatre Mar 1, 1980 Jerry rolled into the Capitol Theatre with his band for a very cool set, closing with a cover of "Dear Prudence".
  72. Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders Rock: Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders Winterland Oct 2, 1973 Hear them go from reggae ("The Harder They Come") to blues ("Sweet Little Angel"), jazz ("My Funny Valentine") and soul ("How Sweet It Is").
  73. Jerry Garcia on Movies, ESP and LSD Interviews: Jerry Garcia on Movies, ESP and LSD Aug 6, 1975 In this 1975 interview with Mary Travers, Jerry discusses making a Grateful Dead film, Kesey's Acid Tests and developing band chemistry.
  74. Truckin' with the Grateful Dead Rock: Truckin' with the Grateful Dead Fillmore East Apr 28, 1971 The quintessential San Francisco psychedelic band plays classics like "Ripple," "Morning Dew" and "Playin' in the Band" in this 1971 set from the Fillmore East.
  75. Jerry Garcia at French's Camp, '87 Folk & Bluegrass: Jerry Garcia at French's Camp, '87 French's Camp Aug 29, 1987 The iconic guitarist-singer leads his Acoustic Band on unplugged versions of Grateful Dead classics like "Friend of the Devil" and "Ripple."
  76. Reminiscing With Captain Trips Interviews: Reminiscing With Captain Trips Sep 22, 1975 In a 1975 interview, Jerry Garcia talks about Bill Graham, the Acid Tests, 'old-time lunacy' in Haight-Ashbury and the world community of freaks.
  77. Dave Mason Is 'Feelin' Alright' Rock: Dave Mason Is 'Feelin' Alright' San Diego Sports Arena Dec 20, 1975 Hear the Brit singer-songwriter-guitarist and former member of Traffic play "Gimme Some Lovin'" and others in this '75 set.
  78. Richard Thompson's Celtic Muse Folk & Bluegrass: Richard Thompson's Celtic Muse Newport Folk Festival Jul 1, 1988 The Brit singer-songwriter-guitarist plays tunes from Daring Adventures and Amnesia at the '88 Newport Folk Festival.
  79. Emmylou Harris' Revealing Tales Country: Emmylou Harris' Revealing Tales Taft Theatre Mar 22, 1985 The singer-songwriter performs "Heart to Heart," "I Think I Love Him" and more from her semi-autobiographical The Ballad of Sally Rose.
  80. Remembering Peter Green Blues: Remembering Peter Green Carousel Ballroom Jun 8, 1968 We lost a legend this week. Hear Peter Green on Fleetwood Mac's first U.S. tour in 1968 and remember his awesome talent. A true original.
  81. Billy Joel at Giants Stadium, 1994 Rock: Billy Joel at Giants Stadium, 1994 Giants Stadium Jul 22, 1994 The Piano Man played 5 nights at Giants Stadium in July on his 1994 Face to Face tour. A hits-packed set, along with some great covers.
  82. Don Henley Flies Solo Rock: Don Henley Flies Solo Riverbend Jul 23, 1991 The singer-songwriter performs tunes from his The End Of Innocence and Eagles hits like "Desperado" and "Hotel California" in 1991.
  83. Dawes at Barnstormer 2010 Indie: Dawes at Barnstormer 2010 Codfish Hollow Barn Jul 4, 2010 These guys with the Laurel Canyon vibe were rocking crowds on Daytrotter's Barnstormer tour long before they blew up.
  84. Steely Dan on the Road in 1974 Rock: Steely Dan on the Road in 1974 Paramount Theatre Seattle Jul 1, 1974 From The Dan's legendary 1974 tour, this stellar lineup rocks on tunes from Countdown to Ecstasy, Pretzel Logic and more.
  85. Bill Evans Trio at Newport, 1967 Jazz: Bill Evans Trio at Newport, 1967 Newport Jazz Festival Jul 2, 1967 The pianist-composer shows an impressionistic touch on Miles Davis' "Nardis" and his own engaging waltz "Very Early" with Eddie Gomez and Philly Joe Jones.
  86. Big Mama Thornton's Blues Blues: Big Mama Thornton's Blues Newport Folk Festival Jul 18, 1969 The singer-harmonica ace plays her signatures "Hound Dog" and "Ball and Chain" and covers Junior Parker's "Mother-in-Law Blues" in 1969.
  87. Jackson Browne in Berkeley for Seva Rock: Jackson Browne in Berkeley for Seva Berkeley Community Theatre May 15, 1998 Enjoy this beautiful set from the 1998 Sing Out for Seva benefit where Browne was joined by David Crosby & Graham Nash.
  88. The Burritos at Fillmore East 1970 Country: The Burritos at Fillmore East 1970 Fillmore East Nov 7, 1970 The Flying Burrito Brothers were at the top of their game as a live band during this period. Have a listen and you'll hear why.
  89. Poco rocks Duke in 1971 Rock: Poco rocks Duke in 1971 Duke University Sep 25, 1971 Richie Furay's singing and the gifted musicianship of Rusty Young defined Poco's original and compelling sound.
  90. CSNY at Fillmore East 1970 Folk & Bluegrass: CSNY at Fillmore East 1970 Fillmore East Jun 4, 1970 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young blend beautifully on "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," "Teach Your Children" and "Tell Me Why" in this 1970 Fillmore set.
  91. The Byrds at the Boston Tea Party Rock: The Byrds at the Boston Tea Party Boston Tea Party Oct 15, 1970 Roger McGuinn flaunts his 12-string licks on "So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star" and an expansive "Eight Miles High" in 1970.
  92. The Stones Jam With Muddy Blues: The Stones Jam With Muddy Checkerboard Lounge Nov 22, 1981 Mick, Keith and the boys join the Chicago blues icon on "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Long Distance Call," "Mannish Boy" and more at the Checkerboard Lounge in 1981.
  93. John Mayall's All-Star Band 1982 Blues: John Mayall's All-Star Band 1982 Capitol Theatre Jun 18, 1982 The godfather of British blues leads his Bluesbreakers featuring Stones guitarist Mick Taylor, John McVie, Etta James, Albert King and many more.
  94. Son Seals Meets Johnny Winter Blues: Son Seals Meets Johnny Winter Bottom Line Jan 10, 1978 The Chicago bluesman welcomes the Texas guitar slinger as a special guest on "Stormy Monday" and "Sweet Little Angel" in this 1978 set.
  95. Charlie Daniels Remembered Country: Charlie Daniels Remembered Municipal Auditorium Jan 13, 1979 We lost the great Charlie Daniels today. Hear him from 1979 at his fifth Volunteer Jam, a star-studded event featuring the greatest names in Southern Rock.
  96. Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam X Country: Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jam X Municipal Auditorium Dec 11, 1984 The guitarist-singer-fiddler welcomes country legends Roy Acuff and Tammy Wynette along with Ronnie Milsap and Amy Grant in this '84 set.
  97. James Montgomery Wailin' in Lynn, '79 Blues: James Montgomery Wailin' in Lynn, '79 Harbour House Apr 5, 1979 The singer and blues harp ace leads his Boston-based band on the jump blues number "Schoolin' Them Dice" and the boogie romp "Train."
  98. Springsteen Celebrates the 4th in Stockholm Rock: Springsteen Celebrates the 4th in Stockholm Olympia Stadium Stockholm Jul 3, 1988 The Boss leads the E Street Band on "Tunnel of Love," "Born in the U.S.A." and a cover of Edwin Starr's "War" in this '88 set from Sweden.
  99. 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.
  100. Bonnie Raitt Sizzles in 1979 Blues: Bonnie Raitt Sizzles in 1979 Orpheum Theatre Minneapolis Jul 5, 1979 Her commerical breakthrough may have been a dozen years away but this show smokes - one of our favorites at Wolfgang's.