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The singer-songwriter and American music icon performs Dylan's "Girl From the North Country" and his own "A Song for You" in this 1970 set.
The jazz guitar great turns 83 today. Hear his bluesy, jaunty style on Duke Ellington's "Love You Madly" and "Take the A Train" in this 1977 set.
The Nashville band led by Andrew Nelson and Blount Floyd performs country-tinged folk-rock tunes like "Summer Song" and "Tennessee."
The Chicago bluesman turns 78 today. See him ripping it up on "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues" and more in this 1994 Newport concert video.
The daughter of country music icon Johnny Cash sings confessional tunes from her breakthrough album Seven Year Ache in this '83 set.
The alto sax star, who turns 69 today, leads his own group at Newport '98 and is featured with Gil Evans and Dr. John in the '70s.
The influential pianist, who introduced a crystalline, Erik Satie-inspired approach to jazz piano trios, plays the Great American Music Hall in '75.
The Chicago slide guitar king brings in the New Year in raucous fashion, along with Long Gone Miles, in this concert from Dec. 31, 1966.
Musical partners Vern Williams and Ray Park, fathers of California bluegrass, blend on old-timey tunes in this '67 Ash Grove set.
The country star performs her hit "Delta Dawn" and tunes from Tear Me Apart in this 1980 concert from Olympic Village Theater in Lake Placid.
Rush's bassist-singer, who turns 61 today, leads the Canadian trio on tunes from 2112 and Grace Under Pressure in concerts from '76-'84.