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The prolific songwriter and Country Music Hall of Famer died on this day in 1992. Hear him sing "Damn Me" and "England Swings" in 1982.
The family band from Champaign-Urbana joins the gifted fiddler on tunes like "Katy Hill" and "Come Back Darling" at Amazingrace in 1974.
The unorthodox trio of pianist Ethan Iverson, bassist Reid Anderson and drummer Dave King premieres tunes from Prog in this 2006 video.
The gritty, lefty guitarist unleashes his Chicago West Side string-bending style on "Let's Have a Natural Ball" and "Ain't That Good News."
The accordion-playing song parodist, who turns 55 today, has his way with Queen, Michael Jackson, Jim Croce and others in this 1984 set.
The matriarch of country music's first family died on this day in 1978. Hear her sing "Keep on the Sunny Side" and "Wildwood Flower."
The daring vocalist, who turns 58 today, reinvents Cat Stevens' "Morning Has Broken" and Mongo Santamaria's "Afro Blue" at Newport.
The neo soul band from Iowa City, fronted by vocalists Sarah Cram and Kathy Ruestow, performs "No Man" and "Jealous" in this 2010 set.
The Chicano band from East L.A. performs tunes from their major label debut, How Will the Wolf Survive?, in this eclectic set from 1984.
The Texas singer-songwriter and leader of Buddy Holly's backing band performs his "I Fought the Law," "Walk Right Back" and "Good Old Girls."
The audacious proto-punk rocker performs classics from 1977's The Idiot and premieres tunes from Blah-Blah-Blah in this energized set.