The legendary jazz guitarist passed away today, just six days after his 83rd birthday. We honor his memory with this two-hour playlist.
The prolific singer-songwriter performs "Whiskey River," "Crazy," "On the Road Again" and many others in this intimate two-hour set.
The sax great wails on "Lester Leaps In" alongside jamming partner Red Holloway in this 1977 Great American Music Hall concert.
The legendary singer performs his hit "Me and Mrs. Jones" and funkifies The Doobie Brothers' "Taking It To The Streets" in this '77 set.
The legendary pianist is joined by bassist Eddie Gomez and drummer Eliot Zigmund in this stellar set from the Great American Music Hall.
The guitarist-singer, who turns 72 today, performs jaunty, jivey numbers like "Canned Music," "Swing 42" and "Milk Shakin' Mama" in 1988.
The Hammond organ great was born on this day in 1928. Hear him play "Sunnymoon for Two" and "The Sermon" at '64 Newport.
The organist, blues singer and founding member of the Allman Brothers Band turns 66 today. Hear him lead his own group in this '87 concert.
See the troubadour, who was born on this day in 1942, perform intimate solo versions of "Flowers Are Red," "Taxi" and other story songs.
Brothers Don and Phil are joined by their fingerpicking pappy Ike in a set of old-timey tunes like "Nellie Gray" and "I Am a Pilgrim."
The legendary pianist-composer, who died on Dec. 5 last year, was born on this day in 1920. Hear a three-hour compilation from the Vault.
Hear the Canadian singer-songwriter open for Cold Blood and Canned Heat back in 1968.