Love Symbol throws down a mighty groove on a medley of his "Sexy Dancer" and P-Funk's "Let's Get Satisfied" in this set from San Francisco.
The ragtime pianist-composer, who was born on this day in 1887, plays his "Memories of You" and "Charleston" in a '77 set from New Orleans.
The Kentucky singer-songwriter performs his "Lady Lay Down," "Rose Colored Glasses" and "Back Side of Thirty" with his Carolina Fever Band.
The reggae legend, who was born on this day in 1945, performs "I Shot the Sheriff," "Lively Up Yourself" and other classics in this 1979 set.
The Meters' bassist performs "Funkify Yourself," "Cissy Strut" and the instrumental "Yeah, You Right" with his band, the Runnin' Pardners.
The Tulsa-born country singer (aka Carolyn Ann Blankenship) performs her hit songs "Fallen Angel," "After the Last Goodbye" and "I Pass."
Bassist Rick Laird, who turns 75 today, premieres his tune "Steppings Tones" with the fusion juggernaut in this set from OSU in 1973.
The mandolin ace and comedian, who died on this day in 1989, plays "Hart-Brake Motel" "Magic Fingers" and "Good Old Country Farm."
The indie band, named after a Lou Reed quote describing the Velvet Underground's sound, plays tunes from Why There Are Mountains.
The Southern rockers from Doraville, Georgia play their hit "Champagne Jam" and cover the Classics IV's "Spooky" in this set from the Savoy.
The late, Louisiana bluesman shifts from fiddle to guitar and sings ""Blues Ain't Nothing But a Good Man Feeling Bad" in this '73 set.
The Boulder-based alt-bluegrass band plays "Ask the Fish," "Wake and Bake," "Funky Mountain Fogdown" and other tunes from Euphoria.
The keyboardist-singer premieres his instrumental hit "Frankenstein," digs into deep blues on "Tobacco Road" and rocks "Long Tall Sally."
The saxophonist premieres his epic suite "Tears Of Ole Miss (Anatomy of a Riot)," which features 21-year-old guitar sensation Pat Martino.
The 'newgrass' fiddler brings a jazzy flair to such bluegrass staples as "Uncle Pen," "Rocky Top" and "Orange Blossom Special" in this 1976 set.
British-born Graham Nash, who turns 74 today, joins his colleagues David Crosby and Stephen Stills in a stripped-down trio setting.
The tenor sax great, who was born on this day in 1927, delivers his golden tones on Jobim's "Desafinado" and Chick Corea's "La Fiesta."
Annabelle Lwin squeals over the churning burundi beats of "C30 C60 C90 Go!," "Giant Size Baby Thing" and a remake of "I Want Candy."
The proto-punk band plays "Happy Jack," "Summertime Blues" and "My Generation" in their first appearance at the fabled NYC rock palace.
Bluegrass Hall of Famer sings a sorrowful "Blue Darlin'" and joins sons Ronnie and Rob on a bluegrassy take on Dylan's "Walk Out in the Rain."
The tenor sax star brings his stellar quintet to George Wein's annual bash to play "Shut Your Mouth" and other tunes from his Momentum.
The former frontwoman of the '80s L.A. punk band X, who reinvented herself as a folk singer, performs "Already in Love" and "Run Devil Run."
The soulful singer performs "Loan Me a Dime," "Hollywood Blues" and "Country Girl" then jams with guests Elvin Bishop and Taj Mahal.
The venerable blues harpist-singer, who turns 72 today, accompanies himself on guitar on "Lonesome in My Bedroom" in this solo set.
The British singer-songwriter, who turns 55 today, fronts the band on "Pretty Skin" and "Forest Fire" from their debut album, Rattlesnakes.
The multi-faceted musician and composer, who turns 65 today, fronts Genesis and leads his own group in these concerts from 1976 to 1983.
The great trumpeter known as "Little Jazz" was born on this day in 1911. Hear him play his signature song "Let Me Off Uptown" in 1977.
The founding member and guitarist of Jefferson Airplane died Thursday at age 74. Hear him with the classic '60s band in a two-hour playlist.
Hear the late guitarist and founding member of the Jefferson Airplane make the transition through the '70s, '80s and '90s with the Starship.
The guitarist and singer famous for his influential electric sounds performs unplugged in the intimate Santa Monica guitar store in 1991.
The co-founder of the Jefferson Airplane talks about his relationship with Grace Slick and their daughter China in this '82 interview.
Paul Kantner joins his Jefferson Airplane bandmates Marty Balin and Jorma Kaukonen on something old and something new in a 1-hour set.
Wilson Picket, Ike & Tina, John Hall and others pay tribute to the New Orleans singer-songwriter, who passed away on this day 40 years ago.
Brothers Sam, Abe and James Wilson lead the Virginia-based band on "Bad Dancer" and other tunes from Love & Logic in this Paste session.
The tenor sax great performs his ode to Thelonious, "A Monk's Dream," in this swinging set from the hallowed Greenwich Village nightclub.
The multi-faceted new vaudevillians from Santa Cruz perform their death-defying (and hilarious) juggling routines in this 1981 set.
Guitarist-singer Jon Pousette-Dart leads the pop-rock group on "Long Legs," "Gotta Get Away" and other tunes from Never Enough.
Singer Margo Timmins, who turns 55 today, leads the Canadian band on "Miles From Our Home" and "My Little Basquiat" at the Folk Festival.
The Charlotte, North Carolina-based psych-folk-rock band performs "Edie Sedgwick," "Velvethead" and "Wild" in this 2014 Paste session.
The legendary vibraphonist turns 75 today. Hear him at at Vibes Workshop and with the John Handy Quartet at Newport '67.
The iconic folk singer and environmentalist, who died on this day in 2014, performs "Garbage," about the perils of pollution, in a '72 set.
The Canadian guitarist-singer-songwriter plays "Hot Love," "Foolin' Yourself" and others from his double platinum self-titled solo debut.
The guitarist, who turns 61 today, unleashes his fabled chops on an instrumental medley of "Eruption/Spanish Fly/Cathedral" in this playlist.
The Chicago trio plays reggae-ska flavored singles "Keep You" and "Backslider" from their 2013 debut album Isles in this poolside session.
The French violinist, who was born on this day in 1908, plays "Tea for Two," "Sweet Georgia Brown" and "Lady Be Good" in this 1976 set.
The country icon, a member of the pioneering harmony duo the Louvin Brothers, sings "Cash on the Barrell" and "Darlin' Cory" in this 2010 set.
The Canadian rockers play "Big City Girls" and other tunes from Nature of the Beast and also cover King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man."
The long Island-based rockers play their hits "Godzilla," "Hot Rails To Hell" and "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" in this 1982 set from Worcester.