Brighten up your weekend with this King Biscuit recording of the British boogie kings, free to members through Tuesday. Not a member? Sign up by 10/21 to get it.
Oklahoman Kessel (born on this day in 1923) swings on "Seven Come Eleven" with Texan Ellis in this sizzling six-string summit from '75.
The rapper (aka Marshall Mathers) turns 42 today. Hear him premiere tunes from his Grammy-winning, platinum-selling The Slim Shady LP.
The founder of the Grammy-winning vocal group the Manhattan Transfer died yesterday at age 72. See them perform at '94 Newport.
The guitarist-vocalist, who turns 67 today, performs with RatDog, Kingfish, the Grateful Dead and the Other Ones in this 5-hour playlist.
The trumpet star, who turns 45 today, showcases his balladic side on "Never Let Me Go" and "You Go to My Head" and deals on "Depth."
Bassist Flea, who turns 52 today, performs in his birthday suit in this funky concert video that includes "Give It Away" and Hendrix's "Fire."
The flamboyant drummer, who died on this day in 1973, ignites the bandstand with Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton and his own band.
The 81-year-old Louisiana bluesman puts up the funk on "Garbage Man" and "Too Much Weekend" in this 2012 Daytrotter session.
The guitar hero digs deep on "Spirits Dancing in the Flesh" and "Third Stone From the Sun" in this tribute to the late concert promoter.
One of the key contributors to the Great American Songbook died on this day in 1964. Hear him celebrated in song in this jazzy playlist.
The Texas singer-songwriter delivers gritty story songs like "Count Your Blessings" and "Drunken Poet's Dream" in this intimate 2012 set.