Tom Petty performed in public for a final time on this date in 2017.
Revisit Neil Young’s performance at the 1st Farm Aid, the annual charity concert he’ll perform at this weekend for the first time since 2019.
Watch the 32-minute documentary ‘Lest We Forget: Kofi Burbridge’ and revisit the life and music of the late multi-talented musician who was born on this date in 1961.
In honor of what would have been Leonard Cohen’s 89th birthday, watch the acclaimed poet turned singer-songwriter make his musical TV debut in 1966.
Hear the concert acclaimed singer-songwriter Jim Croce played on this date in 1973.
Watch Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir and Bruce Hornsby perform an outstanding jam at a Grateful Dead show at Madison Square Garden in 1990.
Simon & Garfunkel’s famed The Concert In Central Park reunion took place 42 years ago today.
This edition of Full Show Friday takes a look at the show that saw the debut of the Grateful Dead’s only Top 40 hit.
Phish delivered the longest performance of “Tube” on this date in 2000.
View footage of Pink Floyd performing “Arnold Layne” during keyboardist Richard Wright’s final performance with the band.
On the 20th anniversary of his death, watch country music legend Johnny Cash’s final public performance.
- ‘True Love Will Find You In The End’: Watch 5 Cover Performances Of Daniel Johnston’s Heartfelt Song
Celebrate the life of late singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston by listening to five covers of his beloved song “True Love Will Find You In The End.”
Celebrate Mickey Hart’s 80th birthday today by revisiting a 1973 concert he performed with Grateful Dead guitarist Jerry Garcia that was the beginning of the band’s “Space” jams.
A classic song by The Beatles was covered just twice by the Grateful Dead with Ron “Pigpen” McKernan.
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio teamed up with Furthur at the inaugural LOCKN’ Festival 10 years ago today.
Bob Dylan covered several songs written by one of his “favorite songwriters,” Warren Zevon.
Phish keyboardist Page McConnell sat in with moe. during night one of the band’s 2006 moe.down event at Snow Ridge Ski Area in Turin, New York.
- Watch Leftover Salmon, Mike Gordon, Andy Hall & Bill Payne Join Forces On Little Feat’s ‘Oh Atlanta’ In 2014
Leftover Salmon, Phish’s Mike Gordon, The Infamous Stringdusters’ Andy Hall and Little Feat’s Bill Payne teamed up for a rousing rendition of Little Feat’s “Oh Atlanta” at Cervantes’ nine years ago today.
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