Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne, and others in this amazing tribute to George Harrison. Watch for Prince to show his mastery of the guitar in an outstanding solo. Truly one of a kind.
The song was written by the band and was produced by Jolyon Thomas and Tom Dalgety with Royal Blood. It reached number one on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart and number sixteen on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart, becoming the band's second-most successful single on the latter chart.
Over the July 4 weekend in 1977, Lynyrd Skynyrd played to a sold-out crowd at the Oakland Coliseum in Northern California. The set included “Sweet Home Alabama“, which was heavily cheered despite the ongoing but good natured lyrical feud with Bay Area resident Neil Young. They also performed this legendary, heart wrenching version of “Free Bird“. Amazing!
California-Nashville rock outfit Rival Sons offer a look at their lives on the road and in the studio in the video for their new song, “Do Your Worst.”
The “Do Your Worst” video captures the song’s energy with footage culled from several Rival Sons concerts. The clip also features behind-the-scenes snippets and a performance filmed at Nashville’s famed RCA Studio A.
First introduced in 1975 on the Bongos of Fury album "Muffin Man" is widely considered one of his best compilations and was used many times as a concert finale.
"In One Ear" is a song by American rock band Cage the Elephant. It was released as the second, then re-released as the fifth single from the band's 2009 self-titled debut album. In the re-issue dated August 7, 2010, the single peaked at number one on the BillboardAlternative Songs chart, the band's second number one single on that chart. There was an American version and UK version of the music video.
One of the most kick ass versions of Hendrix's "Voodoo Child" you will ever see. The fact that Stevie Ray chose to record and place the Hendrix classic on his Couldn't Stand The Weather album says volumes. Indeed. Stevie Ray cranks here and is a pure joy to watch...AND behold!
Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos" is a 1989 song by the American hip hop group Public Enemy from their second album, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. In 1995, English trip hop musician Tricky released a cover version entitled "Black Steel", with Martina Topley-Bird performing the vocals backed by the techno-rock band FTV.
David Bowie and David Gilmour team up to play Pink Floyd "Comfortably Numb" at the Royal Albert Hall in 2007
Creative and engaging video of an old Beatles White Album deep cut "Glass Onion."
Video promo for Eagles of Death Metal: Speaking in Tongues from their debut album Peace, Love, Death Metal. Released in 2004
Beautiful performance bringing emotional responses from the audience. Recorded at the Festival de Vina February 2015 in Chile.