The crossover country star who went by a single name (aka Sylvia Jane Kirby) sings her hits "Nobody," "Drifter" and "Tumbleweed" in a '83 set.
The pianist-composer, who died on this day in 1996, plays his signature "The Peacocks" and backs Stan Getz, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims.
Singer-guitarist Brittany Howard leads the Athens, Alabama-based group on soul-tinged material from their debut album Boys and Girls.
The late songwriter, who would've turned 71 today, sings "Hard Times for Lovers" and other tunes from Those Were The Days in this 1982 set.
Singer Roland Gift, who turns 54 today, leads the Brit band on "Johnny Come Home" and other tunes from their self-titled debut in this '85 set.
The twin brother-sister team of Amelia and Pat Innit perform "I Think I Like Your Girlfriend More Than You" and "Sibling Rivalry" at 2KHz.
The smooth-voiced Country Music Hall of Famer turns 76 today. Hear him sing "Good Ole Boys Like Me," "Listen to the Radio" and others.
Andre 3000 (aka Benjamin), who turns 40 today, raps with Big Boi on "Jazzy Belle," "Two Dope Boyz (In a Cadillac)" and others from ATLiens.
The keyboardist and crossover/fusion pioneer turns 80 today. Hear him perform tunes from his best-selling album Sun Goddess in this '75 set.
The social-political activist and spoken word pioneer, who died on this day in 2011, performs "Winter in America" and more in this '77 set.
The drummer-singer and charter member of The Band would've turned 75 today. Hear his group perform "The Weight" and "Ophelia" in 2008.
The legendary trumpeter, who was born on this day in 1926, traverses three or four musical movements in this playlist from 1955 to 1970.