New In 2022: Streaming Artist Additions

In the week’s ahead we’ll be taking retrospective trip through the year of live music, including best cover songs, favorite guest sit-ins, and more. This week, we take a look back at our new-to-streaming artist in 2022, from icons of classic rock to new bands exploding upon the scene, we’ve added nearly 30 artists this year and we’re not done yet! Explore the catalogs below, then delve in to their official concert audio with a free trial.


  • Apollo Suns (19 shows): Jazz, funk, and psychedelic grooves.
  • Bruce Springsteen (200+ shows): Iconic singer-songwriter, streaming exclusively on and for the first time ever.
  • CBDB (4 shows): Prog rock, jamband, and “joy funk”.
  • Daniel Donato (55 shows): Cosmic Country from Nashville, TN.
  • Darkside (5 shows): Electronic, psychedelic and progressive rock.
  • Dogs In A Pile (14 shows): Improvisation jam with deep roots in psychedelia, jazz, fusion, funk, traditional, and rock & roll.
  • Doom Flamingo (7 shows): A “six-headed synthwave beast” fronted by Kanika Moore, and Ryan Stasik of Umphrey’s McGee
  • Eminence Ensemble (21 shows) Rock to funk, metal, electronic, soul, and hip-hop.
  • Grateful Dead (161 shows) One of the most influential bands in music history, and the complete streaming catalog is on
  • Hiss Golden Messenger (6 shows) Indie, jam, rock, and psychedelic folk.
  • Holly Bowling (35 shows) Solo pianist with a specialty in Grateful Dead & Phish covers.
  • Horseshoes & Hand Grenades (7 shows): Progressive High-Energy String Band with roots in old-time, folk and bluegrass.
  • Iron Maiden (20 shows): British heavy metal leaders, active from the 1970’s to today.
  • Jimi Hendrix (5 shows): One of the most influential electric guitarists of all time.
  • Karina Rykman (2 shows): Bassist that “straddles the worlds of jam rock and indie pop drenched in psychedelia“.
  • Led Zeppelin (27 shows): One of the most successful and influential bands in the history of rock and roll.
  • Little Feat (5 shows): One of our newest additions with an everlasting legacy, with a sound that’s a fusion of rock, funk, country, and ‘New Orleans swamp boogie‘.
  • Neighbor (16 shows): Ambitious composition, soulful balladry, and a fearless approach to their lengthy improvisations.
  • Neil Young (39 shows): One of the most celebrated artists in music history, “touching on everything from noise-rock and synth pop to blues and rockabilly”.
  • Pixies (33 shows): Pioneers of the alt-rock movement that helped blaze the trail for artists from Nirvana to Radiohead and Pearl Jam.
  • Sammy Hagar (2 shows): Front man of Van Halen, he’s considered to be one of rock music’s most dynamic and prolific artists.
  • Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes (6 shows): “The Godfather of the New Jersey Sound.”
  • TAND (21 shows): South Florida improv-rock, the band is known for their expressive songwriting and vast catalog of originals and covers.
  • The Revivalists (23 shows): Great instrumental and vocal talents, they bring a new element of New Orleans flare to rock.
  • Yak Attack (10 shows): Electronic power-trio blends live-looping, house, breakbeat, electro-funk, drum & bass with a touch of trip-hop.
  • Yam Yam (5 shows): A vibrant blend of jazz, jam, funk, and soul.
  • YES (19 shows): Pioneers of progressive rock, with a “daunting virtuosity, cosmic lyrics, complex musical textures, and powerful yet delicate lead vocals”.