DVD Dedicated to Johnny Winter
- Johnny Winter - Live Rockpalast 1979- Johnny Winter's most memorable Live concert in Europe with the great Bobby Torello on Drums, long awaited and now finally available on DVD-
- Johnny Winter - Live through the 80s, this movie offers performances from New Hampshire (1984); Bromma, Sweden (1987); and Pistoia, Italy (1988), among other locations. Among the songs included on Live Through The '80s are such fan faves as "Sweet Papa John," "Good Times Woman," "Mojo Boogie," Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited," the classic Sonny Boy Williamson song "Unseen Eye," and Winter's trademark take on Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode."
- Johnny Winter Live Through the 70s - This DVD contains an incredible collection of official archival footage from the '70s including performances from Danish TV "Gladsaxe Teen Club" (Denmark 1970), the Royal Albert Hall in London (1970), the Beat Club in Bremen, Germany (1970), Don Kirshner's Rock Concert - Palace Theater in Waterbury, CT (1973), Soundstage - Blues Summit in Chicago, IL (1974), Musikladen in Bremen, Germany (1974), and Rockpalast in Germany (1979). Intermixed with the live content is interview footage at Detroit Tubeworks in Detroit, MI (1970). It's the definitive document of Johnny's career in the '70s.
- Johnny Winter - Live At Times Square , The DVD, Live in Times Square, features Johnny Winter playing a live show at the legendary B.B. King's Blues Club in New York.
- Johnny Winter - Pieces and Bits This DVD is Johnny Winter's long awaited official video release highlighting performances spanning 4 decades interspersed with personal photos taken by his wife, Susan Winter
- Johnny Winter - Most Famous Hits The DVD "Most Famous Hits" is identical to the DVD "Pieces and Bits"
- Johnny Winter - The Luckiest Man Alive An unofficial DVD release of the Johnny Winter show at Hammerjacks, Baltimore, Maryland in 1991
Compilation DVD's with Johnny Winter Performances
- Old Grey Whistle Test 1974 (OGWT) - a compilation DVD with various artists performing on the Old Grey Whistle Test show. Johnny Winter performs "Jumping Jack Flash" on this DVD.
- The Best of Classic Rock, Live in Concert DVD a compilation DVD with videos of many classic rock groups including: Johnny Winter, Badfinger, Santana, Alice Cooper.
- Legends of Rock DVD - Santana, Johnny Winter, Taj Mahal filmed at the Royal Albert Hall in 1970
- Best of Musikladen DVD This DVD of the popular German TV-show MusikLaden, includes: five classic acts performed for the German TV audience. Deep Purple, "Highway Star;" Jethro Tull, "With You There to Help Me;" Joe Walsh & The James Gang, "Walk Away;" Johnny Winter, "Mean Town Blues;" Santana, "Black Magic Woman.
- Best of Musikladen 1970-1983 Vol 12 DVD This DVD of the Musikladen TV-show contains the movie clip of Johnny Winter performing Johnny B. Goode
- Rock Icons/Guitar Gods DVD BEAT CLUB showcased the hottest acts playing their music live. Rhino has culled a number of these performances into a three DVD set
- Woodstock Diaries 1969, three days of rock and peace
Guest performances with other artists
- Chicago Blues Festival with Muddy Waters Muddy Waters was the leading exponent of Chicago blues in the Fifties, and with him, the blues came up from the Delta and went electric. His guitar licks and repertoire have fueled innumerable blues bands
Other great concert DVD's
- Carlos Santana - Sacred Fire, "Soul Sacrifice" by Santana is another always-great live experience,
- Eric Clapton - One more car, one more rider, One More Car, One More Rider features 19 tracks and includes several Clapton classics such as "Key To The Highway," "Tears In Heaven," "Badge," "Bell Bottom Blues," "Change The World," "Layla," "Wonderful Tonight," and "Cocaine."
This is a list of Johnny Winter material available on un-official DVD's note: The Johnny Winter Story does not promote the sales of un-official material. This section is intended for Johnny Winter collectors information
Johnny Winter- Live 1984 Concert
The Legendary Texas Wildman of the Blues Johnny Winter- "LIVE" CONCERT, this movie was filmed in Toronto 1984 and includes:
- HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED,
- JUMPING JACK FLASH,
- ROCK & ROLL HOOTCHIE KOO,
- UNSEEN EYE,
- SWEET PAPA JOHN,
- MEAN TOWN BLUES,
- JOHNNY B. GOODE
- IT'S ALL OVER NOW
Live at San Francisco 1989
This DVD contains rare footage of Johnny Winter during his "Captured Live" tour from 1976 and 1989 from San Francisco, CA. First up is Johnny Winter recorded during his 1976 World Tour stop in SF on 4/30/76. These two songs were filmed in black & white and have a digital counter. Songs performed are Johnny B. Goode and Jumpin' Jack Flash. Also included is a segment recorded in France for television and contains live performances as well as interviews with Johnny Winter. The interviews are most interesting as he touches on such topics as Floyd Radford, being a second guitarist in the band and wanting to do one album and a tour combining his own band and the Edgar Winter Group (this did happen and resulted in the Johnny and Edgar Winter "Together" album). Songs performed are Boney Maronie and Something's Gone Wrong. Band members for the '76 tour were Floyd Radford on second lead guitar, Randy Jo Hobbs on bass and Richard Hughes on drums. The interplay between Johnny and Floyd on lead guitars is quite extraordinary. Also included is a 1984 clip of Johnny with Jon Paris on bass and harmonica on the blues classic Treat Her Right. The final offering features Johnny's performance at the San Francisco Blues Fest on 9/9/89 during his North American tour. Performing with Johnny are Jeff Gans and Tom Compton. Songs performed are instrumental, I'm Good, Don't Take Advantage of Me, Love Her with a Feeling, Serious as a Heart Attack and Mojo Boogie, which features Johnny on slife on his Gibson Firebird. NOTE: This was an outdoor performance and the footage contains glare from the sun.
Johnny and Edgar Winter '92
This DVD features Johnny and Edgar Winter, each performing solo sets as well as performing 3 songs TOGETHER to close the show. This concert was filmed in Maryland during their 1992 National Tour. Playing drums during Edgar's set is Carmine Appice. Songs performed include Big City Woman (joined in progress), Keep Playing that Rock 'n Roll, Stagger Lee, Way Down South, Fly Away, Tobacco Road, Free Ride and Frankenstein, which features an extensive drum solo by Carmine. Johnny's set includes Hideaway (joined in progress), Treat Me Like You Wanna, I Gotta Find My Baby, I Got My Brand on You, Goin' Down featuring Carmine on drums and vocals by Johnny's bass player, She Likes to Boogie Real Low and Johnny Guitar. Joining Johnny for the encore is his brother Edgar. This is probably the first time they performed live together since their Together album tour. They perform Please Come Home for Christmas, Just Like a Woman and Sick and Tired. A great show by two great musicians out of Texas as well as showing these brothers in rare performance together.