Through Tuesday, members can get this 1990 Shoreline set from the Dead for free. Not a member? Sign up by 9/16 to get it.
The influential pianist who introduced a new aesthetic to jazz in the late '50s died on this day in 1980. Hear his best moments from the Vault.
You've never heard an acoustic guitar sound like this. Watch J Mascis tear it up at SXSW, 2011.
The country legend, who was born on this day in 1903, plays "Wabash Cannonball" and "Great Speckled Bird" with his Smoky Mountain Boys.
The late guitarist was born this week in 1945. Hear him "Kick Out The Jams" with Detroit's proto-punk band MC5 in this 1968 concert.
The foursome from Durham plays "Po' Black Sheep," "Skillet Good and Greasy" and other old-timey string band tunes in this 2011 set.
While Santana has explored many styles of music and played with countless musicians, the one constant remains his incomparable guitar.
You ought to be having fun this weekend, and this 1977 Tower of Power show will get you grooving in the right direction.
The straight ahead tenor saxophonist, who turns 60 today, locks horns with his tenor sax elders Buddy Tate and Al Cohn in this 1981 set.
Drummer-lyricist for Canada's prog-rock band Rush turns 62 this week. Hear him perform tunes from 2112 and Caress of Steel in '76.
The Bay Area horn band, fueled by drummer Dave Garibaldi and bassist Rocco Prestia, premieres tunes from their debut album, East Bay Grease.
The soulful singer-songwriter salutes country greats Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings on "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes."