The power popsters perform their big hit "My Sharona" while covering songs by Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, the Beatles and the Boss.
The country-pop star, who died on this day in 1991, sings her hit song "Country Sunshine" and Elvis' "An American Trilogy" in this 1980 set.
The former rodeo rider sings his hits "Barstool Mountain," "Here I Am Drunk Again" and "Bandy the Rodeo Clown" in this '83 set from Dallas.
Guitar great Freddie King, born on this day in 1934, wails on "San Ho-Zay," "Hide Away" and "I'm Tore Down" in this blazing '67 set.
Twenty years after disbanding, the Memphis power pop band, led by singer-songwriter-guitarist Alex Chilton, reformed with a new lineup.
The Toronto band puts its ethereal touch on Patsy Cline's "Walking After Midnight," Michael Jackson's "Human Nature" and tunes from Long Live.
The Outlaw Country star performs his hits "She Thinks I Still Care," "Me and the I.R.S." and "I'm the Only Hell (My Mama Raised)" in this '81 set.
The Samba Jazz pioneer, born on this day in 1917, shows his virtuosity in a '74 set ranging from Bach and Villa-Lobos to his buoyant "Old Rag."
The organist-singer-songwriter, born on this day in 1946, plays his hits "Nothing From Nothing" and "Will It Go Round in Circles" in this '96 set.
The great hard bop pianist-composer plays his classic "Song for My Father" with saxophonist Michael and trumpeter Randy in this '73 set.
The lefty guitarist from the raw West Side Chicago school plays his signature tunes "All Your Love (I Miss Lovin')" and "Double Trouble."
The Havana-born singer, who turns 58 today, performs her '80s hits "Conga," "1-2-3" and "Get On Your Feet" in this 2000 concert.
The singer-songwriter-actor and guitar picker plays his country-funk hit "Amos Moses" and "She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)" in 1982.
The iconic '60s folk duo reprise such classics as "The Boxer," "Mrs. Robinson" and "The Sound of Silence" in this Bridge School benefit.
The Belfast-born soul singer, who turns 70 today, returns to his hometown to sing "Moondance," "Tupelo Honey" and others in 1979.
The acoustic bluesman from Rochester, who turns 77 today, stomps out "Good Time Charlie," "Stagger Lee" and "Creepy John" in this solo set.
The country fiddler welcomes the Jordanaires, Carl Perkins, Roy Acuff, Boxcar Willie, Tammy Wynette and Roy Acuff to his Volunteer Jam X.
The saxophonist and new age/world music pioneer, who turns 76 today, leads his unique ensemble on tunes from his 1978 landmark.
The late guitarist-singer-songwriter, who would've turned 55 today, reveals a Hendrix influence on "Ultraglide" and others in this '95 set.
The enigmatic troubadour plays "Shine On Harvest Moon" and other jazz and blues tunes from his album Champagne Charlie in this '76 set.
The American Hassidic Jewish reggae superstar (aka Matthew Paul Miller) performs "One Day," "Temple" and "Thunder" in this 2010 set.
Hear the legendary drummer for the Who bashing on "Happy Jack," "My Generation" and others in this three-hour playlist.
Michael Jackson, who would've turned 57 today, performs "Dangerous" and "Black Or White" in this 2002 set from Harlem's Apollo Theatre.
The Athens, Georgia alt-rockers perform tunes from their debut album Murmur and premiere material from their second album, Reckoning.
The pianist-composer-arranger leads his ensemble on signature tunes like the Latin-tinged "Artistry in Rhythm" and the swinging "Kingfish."
The solo blues troubadour plays Elmore James' "Dust My Broom," Blind Willie McTell's "Statesboro Blues" and his own "Love You Like a Man."
The singer, who turns 50 today, performs her hits "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" and "Rock This Country!" on her Come On Over tour of 1999.
Founder of the iconic NYC club died on this day in 2007. Hear several bands that he booked there, including Blondie and The Ramones.
Hear their lush harmonies on "In My Room" and "Good Vibrations" and their rocking good energy on "Little Deuce Coupe" and "Surfin' USA."
Guitarist Alex Lifeson, who turns 62 today, ignites the band with his fiery fretboard work on classics like "YYZ," "Freewill" and "Dreamline."
The gifted pianist-harpist, who was born on this day in 1937, joins her husband John in this transcendent performance from Newport '66.
The iconic Texas guitar slinger, who died tragically 25 years ago today, wails with Double Trouble in this exhilarating 1985 video.
The singer-songwriter performs his hits "Margaritaville," "Volcano" and "Cheeseburger in Paradise" for an audience of Parrotheads in 1980.
The saxophonist-composer turns 55 today. Hear him with his ace quartet featuring Joey Calderazzo, Eric Revis and Jeff "Tain" Watts.
Singer Steven Tyler leads the Boston-based band on their classics "Sweet Emotion," "Dream On" and "Walk This Way" in this hometown set.
The late blues shouter (aka Mr. Five By Five) was born on this day in 1901. Hear him sing with the Duke Ellington Orchestra at '59 Newport.
The country star and frequent "Hee Haw" guest performs his '70s hits "Don't Go City Girl on Me" and "If Love Was a Bottle of Wine."
Guitar legend Pat Martino turns 71 today. Hear him as a 23-year-old rising star with John Handy at the 1967 Newport Jazz Festival.
The prolific singer-songwriter, who turns 61 today, plays acoustic versions of "Accidents Will Happen," "Veronica" and "Red Shoes."
Stellar guit-picker plays "Harlem Nocturne" and "Sweet Dreams" with the Ten Gallon Cats, featuring Bay Area pedal steel hero Joe Goldmark.
The master saxophonist-composer turns 82 today. See him lead his quartet on music from Beyond the Sound Barrier at Newport 2008.
Bassist-singer Gene Simmons, who turns 66 today, plays "Detroit Rock City" and "Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll" with the theatrical metal mavens.
The psychedelic choral rock band from Dallas led by charismatic Tim DeLaughter performs "Into The Light" and "Bullseye" in this 2012 set.
The Mississippi-born Boogie Man plays "Backstabbers," "Crawlin' Kingsnake" and is joined by disciple John Hammond on "Highway 13."
The trumpet star covers Sonny Rollins' "Oleo," Herbie Hancock's "Chameleon" and "Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky)" in this playlist.
The Godfather of Soul performs his classics "Soul Power," "Sex Machine," "Cold Sweat" and "Get Up Offa That Thing" in this 1977 set.
On this day in 1989, Charlie Hustle accepted a lifetime ban from baseball. You wanna bet they let him back in? Enjoy "The Gambler."
The late vocalist, born on this day in 1952, sings "London Calling" and "Guns of Brixton" at the Clash's fabled Bond Casino show from 1981.