The old school, Arkansas-bred bluesman performs funky fare like "Tight Money," "Garbage Man" and "Too Much Weekend" at age 80.
The Australian electronica musician (aka Nicholas James Murphy) performs tunes from his debut album Thinking in Textures in 2013.
The neo-soul singer, who turns 42 today, performs "Jonz In My Bonz," "Cruisin'" and other tunes from his debut album, Brown Sugar.
The legendary drummer leads his powerhouse 16-piece aggregation on "Rocky and Bullwinkle Theme" and a "West Side Story" medley.
Guitarist-singer Craig Finn leads the Brooklyn-based band on "Hornets! Hornets!," "Ask Her for Adderall" and other tunes from Stay Positive.
The guitarist-singer leads his Brit power-pop band on "Lady From The U.S.A." and other tunes from Strange Man, Changed Man in Boston.
The country star, who turns 53 today, sings "I'm Gonna Be Somebody" and "Trouble" at the all-star Olympic Flag Jam held in Atlanta.
The folk duo of Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman performs "It's Going on Saturday," "Lullaby of New York" and other tunes from Second Step.
The tap dancer extraordinaire blends syncopated steps with swinging jazz in this set from George Wein's annual bash in Rhode Island.
The singer-songwriter performs "Anxious Heart," "Knee Deep in Love" and other tunes from her recording debut Desire Wire in Boston.
Jimi Hendrix joins Billy Cox and Buddy Miles on "Power of Soul," "Earth Blues," "We Gotta Live Together" and others in this New Year's Day set.
The Hammond organ great, who died on this day in 2005, stretches on "Sunnymoon for Two" and his signature "The Sermon" at Newport '64.
The banjoist-fiddler-singer joins the flatpicker on "Orange Blossom Special" and "Steam Powered Aereo-Plane" at Amazingrace in 1976.
The singer-songwriter performs "Our Love Is Insane" and "Last of an Ancient Breed" (from the movie The Warriors) in this set from Boston.
The ragtime pianist-composer, who was born on this day in 1887, plays his "Memories of You" and "Charleston" in a '77 set from New Orleans.
The Kentucky singer-songwriter performs his "Lady Lay Down," "Rose Colored Glasses" and "Back Side of Thirty" with his Carolina Fever Band.
The reggae legend, who was born on this day in 1945, performs "I Shot the Sheriff," "Lively Up Yourself" and other classics in this 1979 set.
The Meters' bassist performs "Funkify Yourself," "Cissy Strut" and the instrumental "Yeah, You Right" with his band, the Runnin' Pardners.
The co-founder of the multiple Grammy-winning band Earth, Wind & Fire died last night at age 74. Hear him lead the group in a '74 set.
The Tulsa-born country singer (aka Carolyn Ann Blankenship) performs her hit songs "Fallen Angel," "After the Last Goodbye" and "I Pass."
Guitarist Peter Green leads the band in its earliest, bluesiest incarnation on Elmore James' "Dust My Broom" and B.B. King's "Worried Dream."
Jazz immortals Miles Davis and Thelonious Monk lead an all-star ensemble on "Hackensack," "'Round Midnight" and "Now's The Time."
Bassist Rick Laird, who turns 75 today, premieres his tune "Steppings Tones" with the fusion juggernaut in this set from OSU in 1973.
The original shock-rocker, who turns 68 today, plays "School's Out," "I'm Eighteen" and others on his Welcome To My Nightmare tour.
The mandolin ace and comedian, who died on this day in 1989, plays "Hart-Brake Motel" "Magic Fingers" and "Good Old Country Farm."
The indie band, named after a Lou Reed quote describing the Velvet Underground's sound, plays tunes from Why There Are Mountains.
Jump blues pioneer Louis Jordan, who died on this day in 1975, plays his "Let The Good Times Roll" while others cover his popular tunes.
The Southern rockers from Doraville, Georgia play their hit "Champagne Jam" and cover the Classics IV's "Spooky" in this set from the Savoy.
The preeminent Brit prog-rockers perform classics "Roundabout," "And You And I," "Close to the Edge" and premiere "The Gates of Delirium."
The late, Louisiana bluesman shifts from fiddle to guitar and sings ""Blues Ain't Nothing But a Good Man Feeling Bad" in this '73 set.
The Boulder-based alt-bluegrass band plays "Ask the Fish," "Wake and Bake," "Funky Mountain Fogdown" and other tunes from Euphoria.
The keyboardist-singer premieres his instrumental hit "Frankenstein," digs into deep blues on "Tobacco Road" and rocks "Long Tall Sally."
The saxophonist premieres his epic suite "Tears Of Ole Miss (Anatomy of a Riot)," which features 21-year-old guitar sensation Pat Martino.
Love Symbol throws down a mighty groove on a medley of his "Sexy Dancer" and P-Funk's "Let's Get Satisfied" in this set from San Francisco.
The 'newgrass' fiddler brings a jazzy flair to such bluegrass staples as "Uncle Pen," "Rocky Top" and "Orange Blossom Special" in this 1976 set.
British-born Graham Nash, who turns 74 today, joins his colleagues David Crosby and Stephen Stills in a stripped-down trio setting.
The tenor sax great, who was born on this day in 1927, delivers his golden tones on Jobim's "Desafinado" and Chick Corea's "La Fiesta."
Annabelle Lwin squeals over the churning burundi beats of "C30 C60 C90 Go!," "Giant Size Baby Thing" and a remake of "I Want Candy."
The proto-punk band plays "Happy Jack," "Summertime Blues" and "My Generation" in their first appearance at the fabled NYC rock palace.
Bluegrass Hall of Famer sings a sorrowful "Blue Darlin'" and joins sons Ronnie and Rob on a bluegrassy take on Dylan's "Walk Out in the Rain."
The tenor sax star brings his stellar quintet to George Wein's annual bash to play "Shut Your Mouth" and other tunes from his Momentum.
The former frontwoman of the '80s L.A. punk band X, who reinvented herself as a folk singer, performs "Already in Love" and "Run Devil Run."
The soulful singer performs "Loan Me a Dime," "Hollywood Blues" and "Country Girl" then jams with guests Elvin Bishop and Taj Mahal.
The venerable blues harpist-singer, who turns 72 today, accompanies himself on guitar on "Lonesome in My Bedroom" in this solo set.
The British singer-songwriter, who turns 55 today, fronts the band on "Pretty Skin" and "Forest Fire" from their debut album, Rattlesnakes.
The multi-faceted musician and composer, who turns 65 today, fronts Genesis and leads his own group in these concerts from 1976 to 1983.
The great trumpeter known as "Little Jazz" was born on this day in 1911. Hear him play his signature song "Let Me Off Uptown" in 1977.
The founding member and guitarist of Jefferson Airplane died Thursday at age 74. Hear him with the classic '60s band in a two-hour playlist.