Modern Rock Live: 1999

All shows were broadcast on Sunday night.

Central Reservation (album)
Cover of Beth Orton’s Central Reservation (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
  • January 3 – Korn / Limp Bizkit / Orgy
  • January 10 – Remy Zero / Semisonic
  • January 17 – Varsity Blues Soundtrack / Stabbing Westward
  • January 24 – Alanis Morissette
  • January 31 – Sugar Ray
  • February 7 – Eve 6
  • February 14 – Hole
  • February 21 – Collective Soul
  • February 28 – Goo Goo Dolls
  • March 7 – Placebo / The Living End
  • March 14 – Silverchair
  • March 21 – Kid Rock / Eminem
  • March 28 – Blur
  • April 4 – Drew Barrymore
  • April 11 – Rob Zombie / Mike Ness
  • April 18 – Blondie / Eagle-Eye Cherry
  • April 25 – The Cranberries
  • May 2 – Dovetail Joint / Sponge
  • May 9 – Lenny Kravitz
  • May 16 – Beth Orton / Lit
  • May 23 – The Flys / Hole
  • May 30 – Everlast
  • June 6 – Tibetan Freedom Concert Special
  • June 13 – The Chemical Brothers / Pennywise
  • June 20 – Fatboy Slim
  • June 27 – The Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • July 4 – Holiday Weekend Special
  • July 11 – Alice in Chains
  • July 18 – Korn
  • July 25 – The Verve Pipe
  • August 1 – Godsmack / Lo Fidelity Allstars
  • August 8 – Goo Goo Dolls
  • August 15 – Limp Bizkit
  • August 22 – Filter / Powerman 5000
  • August 29 – Smashmouth
  • September 5 – Labor Day Weekend Special
  • September 12 – Days of the New / Lucious Jackson
  • September 19 – 311
  • September 26 – Creed
  • October 3 – David Bowie
  • October 10 – Kottonmouth Kings / The Chemical Brothers
  • October 17 – Stone Temple Pilots
  • October 24 – Blink 182
  • October 31 – Marcy Playground / Splender
  • November 7 – Live
  • November 14 – Perry Farrell / Joe Strummer
  • November 21 – Violent Femmes
  • November 28 – Vacation Special
  • December 5 – R.E.M.
  • December 12 – Eve 6
  • December 19 – Lit
  • December 26 – Best of 1999, Part 1