The comedian-author picks a mean banjo in his "other job" with the Steep Canyon Rangers in this 2009 concert from Nashville.
Both Texas country bluesmen died on this day (Hopkins in '82, Lipscomb in '76). Hear them playing together in this '66 Ash Grove set.
The prolific composer, whose songs have been covered by countless musicians, died on this day in 1992. Hear him in this 2-hour playlist.
The trumpeter, nicknamed "Little Jazz," was born on this day in 1911. Hear him perform "St. James Infirmary" in this '77 set from New Orleans.
The legendary singer performs his hits "The Race Is On," "White Lightning" and his poignant "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" in 1985.
The elegant, swinging pianist performs classics like "Poinciana" and "Surrey With the Fringe on Top" with Israel Crosby and Vernel Fournier.
The powerfully-voiced singer leads his group on their hits "The Power of Love," "I Want a New Drug" and others in this America Rocks concert.
The acoustic guitar virtuoso plays tunes from Regards From Chuck Pink along with a jaw-dropping slide medley featuring "San Antonio Rose."
It was 50 years ago today that Pete Townshend and the boys made their first TV appearance in the UK Hear them at the Fillmore East in 1968.
Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman lead the Philly-based band on "All You Zombies" and other tunes from their platinum-selling Nervous Night.
The soulful singer, who was born on this day in 1930, joins longtime friend and fellow bluesman B.B. King on two spectacular medleys in '74.
The singer-songwriter premieres new material from her Grammy-winning breakthrough album Jagged Little Pill in this '95 Tramps set.