Let's take Dolly Parton’s Jolene 45 and play it at 33 rpm.
Live at Crossroads Guitar Festival, 2004
RIP Bobby Bland.
Michael Henry & Justin Robinett create a new take on Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean". This video was shot with a handheld Cannon 60D by Adam Paul Stone in one complete shot. Also special thanks to James McDonald and Dillon Carter.
"Billie Jean" originally by Michael Jackson.
A James Brown performance from 1983.
From an old VHS tape, at the UCP Arena. Two of the greatest guitarists ever.
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Music video by Snoop Lion performing Ashtrays and Heartbreaks ft. Miley Cyrus. (C) 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
After some talking to the audience by Clapton, which is very rare, the band play a fantastic New Orleans version of Clapton's most famous song.
Recorded April 2011, Jazz at Lincoln Center, New York City.
Graham Norton Show Will Smith treats Series 24th May 2013
Happy 72md birthday to Bob,
Music video by Bob Dylan performing Duquesne Whistle. Directed by Nash Edgerton. (c) 2012 Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment
Long live The Blues.
Our very own Middle-Eastern version by Radiohead.
Tel Aviv-based musicians Rotem Shefy (vocalist) and Leat Sabbah (cellist/arranger) collaborated to realize an arrangement of Karma Police
What seemed at first a satirical cover, it transformed into a full-blown middle-eastern version, recorded with oud player Yaniv Taichmann and percussionist Ori Dekel. Video made possible thanks to the donations we received through a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa battle it out with epic drumming on the Sammy Davis Jr. Show.
The original music video.
Studio music video by Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble performing Superstition. (C) 1986 Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Watch for a cameo appearance at the end.
On June 28, 2011, the "King of the Blues" B.B. King played to an adoring sold-out crowd at London's spectacular Royal Albert Hall. It was another unforgettable night in the career of one of the most legendary bluesmen to ever pick up a guitar.
Joining the illustrious Mr. King onstage were Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Ronnie Wood, Mick Hucknall and Slash.