Through Tuesday, members can download this Carnegie Hall performance from the fusion supergroup for free. Not a member? Sign up by 9/23 to get it.
The Mort Sahl of the folk scene flashes his acerbic wit on a set of smart, politically-charged tunes from the Great American Music Hall in 1979.
Guitarist David Hidalgo and the band from East L.A. summon up the spirit of Jimi on "Are You Experienced" in this set from '99 Woodstock.
Singer-songwriter Joan Wasser premieres material from her fourth album The Deep Field in this soulful 2011 performance.
Celebrate the life of the guitar legend with this powerful set from the year of his untimely death 44 years ago.
The First Lady of Song interprets Ellington and Jobim before being joined on stage by Stevie Wonder for "You Are the Sunshine of My Life."
The greatest guitarist in rock history died this week in 1970. Hear his six-string genius in these special moments culled from the Vault.
Head back to the Whisky A-Go-Go in 1970 to hear an historic country-rock jam session, when The Byrds joined The Flying Burrito Brothers on stage.
The country music legend was born on this day in 1923. Hear his tunes interpreted by George Jones, Dottie West and Hank Jr. in this playlist.
Half of the husband-wife vocal team Jackie & Roy passed away last night at age 85. Hear them perform an all-Alec Wilder program in 1974.
The rootsy British quintet, featuring guitarists John Renbourn and Bert Jansch and singer Jacqui McShee, blends Celtic, blues and jazz flavors.
The theatrical frontman for The Tubes turns 64 today. See him in his Quay Lewd character in this "White Punks on Dope" video from 1975.