Jimi Hendrix, Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers and more – a look back at some of the NYC show palace's most magical nights
A new exhibition celebrates the work of the pioneering promoter and impresario
On Aug. 9, 1995, Jerry Garcia died in his sleep. He leaves behind a legacy of wondrous creations.
An expression of musicians' concern for the starving of Ethiopia, this was the biggest concert ever
Back from the Sixties and better than ever, Britain's rock elite band together to help an old buddy
Group grosses $50 million from three-month tour
Band plans to cap tour with a small club date that will be simulcast to more than 200 venues around the country
Dylan hears boos during opening night at The Warfield
The two iconic bands from a decade before co-headline in Oakland
A discordant history of the San Francisco sound, as told by the musicians who created it
The band announces its longest tour in a decade, prompting long lines at the ticket office
Reporting from the end of the line at the Los Angeles Forum
"There's still a message. There's always a need for protest songs. You just gotta tap it"
Band's benefit show last January raised money for earthquake recovery efforts
An in-depth look at the legendary rock promoter's retirement and resurrection