Watch all the best performances from the festival from home.
Mason Ramsey, an 11-year-old singer and yodeller from Golconda, Illinois, has breathed renewed life into country icon Hank Williams’ ‘Lovesick Blues’, which currently sits at No 3 on Spotify’s Viral 50 chart...
A new, intimate John Mellencamp DVD 'Pain Spoken: Live At The Chicago Theatre' is set for release through Eagle Rock Entertainment in May 2018.
Watch jazz-funk icon Roy Ayers perform his classic Everybody Loves The Sunshine as part of NPR's popular Tiny Desk series of concerts
Now with "Music's Biggest Night' returning to New York for the first time in 15 years, here are some best Grammy performances of all time.
From career-defining festival slots to bone-crushing TV appearances and inventing a concert phenomenon, these are the best ever Slipknot live performances.
Rock and roll legend Little Richard performs 'Lucille' live in 1973. The song is ranked 670th on Dave Marsh's list of The 1001 Greatest Singles Ever Made.
Patsy Cline performs 'Walkin' After Midnight' on the American country TV show 'Town Hall Party' in 1958.
Louis Armstrong performs live at Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen, 1933. Try the uDiscover Louis Armstrong Quiz and see if you can get 10/10?
Jon & Vangelis performing ‘I’ll Find My Way Home’ on Top Of The Pops, 1982.
This incredible concert brought together some true pioneers of rock ‘n’ roll including Little Richard, James Brown and Bo Diddley.
Chet Baker performs live alongside Stan Getz in Stockholm (1983)
Duke Ellington performs ‘It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)’ (1943).
Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington perform 'Duke's Place' together (1966). The recording from this performance would be released as a live album
Portishead live at The Roseland Ballroom in New York City, 1997.