The Syracuse-based baroque pop band fronted by singer Wes Miles performs tunes from The Rhumb Line and The Orchard at Turner Hall.
The master bassist, who turns 73 today, performs in duo and trio settings with the late, great pianist-composer Mary Lou Williams.
The venerable pianist-composer Dave Brubeck is joined by sons Darius, Chris and Dan on classics like "Take Five" and "Blue Rondo a la Turk."
Jefferson Airplane's first drummer, who died on this day in 1999, switched to guitar when he formed the psychedelic Moby Grape in '67.
The late lead singer for New York punk band the Ramones (aka Jeffrey Ross Hyman) died on this day in 2001. Hear them in this '78 set.
The Delta blues tradition is interpreted by Son House, Bukka White, Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, Bonnie Raitt, Duane Allman and others.
The guitar virtuoso performs a gorgeous, unaccompanied "You Are the Sunshine of My Life" and a burning trio version of "Secret Love" in 1974.
The former "Hee Haw" host, who turns 82 today, picks 'n grins on "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" and "William Tell Overture" in 1982.
The Texas singer-songwriter performs "Narcotic Prayer," "Can't Get Off," and other dark, Hendrix-tinged tunes from Din of Ecstasy.
The metal guitar god and charter member of Deep Purple, who turns 70 today, plays a 20-minute medley of "Lost in Hollywood/Ode to Joy."
The Coal Miner's Daughter turns 83 today. Hear her sing her hits "You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)" and "Honky Tonk Girl" in 1981.
The virtuoso pianist blazes through Clifford Brown's "Daahoud" and Dizzy Gillespie's "Woody N' You" with Ray Brown and Ed Thigpen.