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The outrageous frontman turns 56 today. Hear him with Jane's Addiction in '89 and with Porno for Pyros at the '94 Woodstock festival.
The late tenor sax giant was born on this day in 1949. Hear him with Horace Silver, the Brecker Brothers and leading his own quintet.
The trumpeter-composer-arranger, who would've turned 92 today, plays with the Basie, George Russell and Thad Jones-Mel Lewis bands.
The banjo great, who died on this day in 2012, performs staples like "Flint Hill Special" and "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" in this 1972 set.
The former lead singer for Soul Coughing covers a John Denver tune and plays tunes from Yes and Also Yes in this 2012 solo set.
The pop diva, who turns 45 today, flaunts her five-octave range on "Can't Let Go" and other tunes from her second album Emotions in '92.
The idiosyncratic clarinetist, who was born on this day in 1906, plays with the Newport All-Stars in 1960 and with Thelonious Monk in '63.
The late, great tenor saxophonist was born on this day in 1925. Hear him playing with Dizzy Gillespie and sitting in with Muddy Waters.
Laurie Anderson recites pieces from Stories from the Nerve Bible and Lou Reed plays tunes from The New York Album in separate solo sets.
The First Lady of Song sings "Mean to Me" at Storyville in 1953 and "Satin Doll," "Angel Eyes" and "Mack the Knife" at Carnegie Hall in 1978.
The Rhode Island-based jump blues band, featuring guitarist-founder Duke Robillard, plays the Palace three years before their debut album.