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The composer of tv themes "Batman" and "The Odd Couple" also wrote classics for the Count Basie Orchestra like "Lil' Darlin'" and Splanky."
The two-fisted boogie woogie piano queen and singer blends Texas blues and swamp rock on "Red Beans," "Big Shot" and "Crawfishin'."
Guitarist-songwriter from the '60s proto-punk band MC5 performs tunes from his solo albums Dangerous Madness and Citizen Wayne.
Britain's greatest jazz singer turns 87 today. Hear her husky voice, soulful delivery and peerless scatting chops in this 1975 concert.
From pioneer Carl Perkins to disciples Robert Gordon, the Stray Cats, the Blasters, Imelda May and Rockpile, these cats rock old school style.
The prolific songwriter and iconic rock star died on this day last year. See him perform "Sweet Jane" and other tunes in this video from 1984.
The keyboardist-composer, whose memoir Possibilities comes out today, leads an all-star band on "Actual Proof" and "Chameleon."
The popular singer, who turns 72 today, performs "God Bless the U.S.A.," as well as "Lean Mean Lovin' Machine" in this 1984 concert.
The singer reminisces about his days with the Drifters and his success as a soloist with "Spanish Harlem" and his immortal hit "Stand By Me."
On this day in 1975, New Jersey's favorite son appeared on the covers of Newsweek and Time. Hear him in a two-hour set from 1978.
The Queen of Gospel, who was born on this day in 1911, sings spirituals like "How I Got Over" and "Down By the Riverside" in 1970.