The late singer, who was born on this day in 1920, performs her hits "Why Don't You Do Right" and "Is That All There Is?" in this 1984 set.
Enjoy this playlist of passionate and patriotic tunes as you remember those that have served our nation.
Prolific songwriter and cultural icon Bob Dylan turns 74 today. Hear him perform his classics in a stripped-down solo setting in this playlist.
The legendary pianist-composer-bandleader, whose career spanned over 50 years, died on this day in 1974. Hear him in Sweden in '73.
The singer-songwriter-guitarist performs "Foolish Games," "You Were Meant for Me" and other tunes from her debut album, Pieces of You.
The singer and daughter of country star Dottie West performs her hit "Jose Cuervo" and covers Hank Williams' "Your Cheatin' Heart" in 1985.
The lyricist and longtime writing partner of Elton John turns 65 today. Hear several of his collaborations with Sir Elton in this playlist.
The husband-wife team of Jackie Cain and Roy Kral sing "Walk Pretty," "Mimosa and Me" and other tunes by Alec Wilder in this 1974 concert.
Bassist-singer Richard Page leads the pop group on their hit "Broken Wings" and other tunes from their album Welcome to the Real World.
The pianist-composer-bandleader was born on this day in 1914. Hear him travel the spaceways with his Arkestra at Carnegie Hall in 1971.
The poet laureate of the Harlem Renaissance, who died on this day in 1967, hosts a blues bash featuring Otis Spann and John Lee Hooker.
The Chicago bluesman trades vicious licks with the Texas guitar slinger on "Stormy Monday," "Mother-in-Law Blues" and more in this '78 set.