Here’s Stevie Ray rocking the Capitol Theatre just 12 months before checking himself into rehab for cocaine and alcohol abuse.
Clapton – one of the greatest rock guitarists to have ever lived – may be all but done playing the instrument that made him a god.
“One Way Out” is a foot-stompin’ boogie-rambler that serves up everything you want (and, frankly, expect) in an Allman Brothers performance.
If you had to pick one song that best showcases Neil Young’s monstrous talent, “Down By The River” would have to be a top contender.
Bruce opened his sold-out show in Brooklyn with a blistering cover of Prince’s “Purple Rain” – an emotional performance that left many in the audience misty.
We rank the finest versions of “Cowgirl In The Sand” – a song that features manic, expansive guitar-driven jams.
Although the pool of regularly played songs out of “Space” was relatively small, every once in a while something completely out of the ordinary would happen.
Check out raw footage of Bruce rocking the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena last Thursday night (March 17).