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The old school trumpeter leads his Original Memphis Five on "Tin Roof Blues," "Black and Blue" and "That's A Plenty" at '59 Newport.
The singer-songwriter (aka Will Oldham), once dubbed an "Appalachian post-punk solipsist," performs "Strange Form of Life" in this 2010 set.
Hear the multi-talented co-star of Smokey and the Bandit pick his guitar and sing his hit "Amos Moses" in this '83 Nashville set.
On this day in '88, Little Feat played a killer two-set show at the Fillmore in San Francisco. Hear what happened 24 years ago tonight.
This Labor Day, don't forget to thank The Boss. Here he is along with a few other hard working rock and rollers.
The 83-year-old jazz legend performs "Broadway Bossa Nova," "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" and "Yesterdays" with his quartet.
Spanky McFarlane ably fills in for the late Mama Cass Elliott in this new lineup on "Monday Monday," "California Dreamin'" and "Creeque Alley."
The singer-songwriter draws on country, Texas Swing and rock on "Wings," "Bungee Chord" and "Born in the Desert" in this 2009 video.
Michael Jackson was born on this day in 1958. Hear him perform "Dangerous" and "Black or White" in this 2002 concert at the Apollo.
Hear a 2-hour playlist of the bluesman's classics covered by Buddy Guy, the Byrds, Bryan Ferry, Bon Jovi, Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead and others.
The Minneapolis funkateer gets the audience up on frantic dance tunes "The Walk," "The Bird" and "Jungle Love" in this 1997 Tramps concert.