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.
See the raucous Portland trio featuring Sleater-Kinner drummer Janet Weiss, keyboardist-singer Sam Coomes and bassist Joanna Bolme.
The late Queen of Salsa was born on this day in 1925. See her sing her hits "Quimbara" and "Bomboleo" with Tito Puente Orchestra 1990.
The singer-songwriter-guitarist turns 64 today. Hear him in concert with the Heartbreakers on his Damn the Torpedoes tour of 1979.
The prolific singer-songwriter and great guit-picker died on this day in 1983. Hear his humorous ditties and monstrous chops from 1965-66.
The late reggae icon would've turned 70 today. Hear him sing his hit song "Don't Look Back" and his pro-pot anthem "Legalize It" in 1979.
The Delta bluesman died on this day in 1988. Hear his haunting slide guitar work and raw, impassioned vocals on sets from 1968 and 1969.
The guitar innovator and rock 'n' roll pioneer turns 88 today. Hear him play his hit tunes with an all-star band led by Keith Richards in 1986.
The trumpeter and jazz ambassador turns 53 today. Hear him with his septet and special guests Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson and B.B. King.
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 Los Angeles neo-soul band, led by singer Michael Fitzpatrick, performs "MoneyGrabber" and "Pickin' Up the Pieces" in 2011.
The rapper (aka Marshall Mathers) turns 42 today. Hear him premiere tunes from his Grammy-winning, platinum-selling The Slim Shady LP.