Paul Simon weekend continues with this 1992 appearance on MTV:
Here’s Fagen, Becker, and company on VH1 in 2000:
Doors week continues with this 1968 concert. The good news is that Jim Morrison neither exposes himself nor gets arrested.
Old 97’s weekend continues with two appearances on KEXP in Seattle. The first in 2014, the second in 2017.
Crowded House week continues at First Draft. In 1996, Crowded House said farewell to the world by playing a show outside the Sydney Opera House. Since they regrouped in 2006, they decided to celebrate the earlier celebration on its 20th anniversary. How celebratory of them. Pop open some bubbly and enjoy.
When legendary San Francisco concert producer/promoter Bill Graham died in a helicopter crash in 1991, some of his friends gathered in Marconi Meadows in his honor. CSNY were among the performers.
The Smithereens liked to say they’d play anywhere they could get an audience. This set proves that. The emcee reminds me of Linda Richman of SNL fame. It’s a pity that she didn’t say the Reens were like butter.
I wrote about the late Jon Hendricks yesterday. Here’s an episode of Soundstage featuring 2/3 of Lambert, Hendricks & Ross as well as Leon Thomas.
It’s a transfer from a home VHS recording so there are a few brief technical glitches. They’re worth riding out for the music.
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Here’s a 1996 Dwight Yoakam teevee special on the Disney Channel of all places.
I’m still mildly obsessed with Tom Petty. Here are two VH1 programs featuring TP.
Here’s an appearance on the BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test:
Here’s the Godfather of Soul live in 1986:
The SMV is back from hiatus with the VICE episode that everyone’s talking about: