With the major league playoffs beginning today, baseball fanatics will want to check out these historical accounts of post-season play.
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The singer-songwriter and gifted slide guitarist, who turns 69 today, performs tunes from her 1972 debut album Honky Tonk Angel.
The late singer and multi-instrumentalist, who would've turned 69 today, performs his anthemic "Someday We'll All Be Free" in 1973
The bassist-composer, who turns 68 today, leads his potent group featuring saxophonist Chris Potter in this 2002 concert.
The Virginia-born autoharp virtuoso performs "Old Joe Clark," "Faded Love," "Swanee River," "You Are My Sunshine" and other folk gems.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Trey Anastasio turns 50 today. Hear him with Phish in 1998 and playing solo at the 2008 Newport Folk Festival.
With his raspy voice and heartfelt lyrics, Chuck Ragan might remind you of a certain young songwriter from Asbury Park, NJ.
The Texas singer-songwriter sheds his honky tonky image for more literate, flamenco-flavored fare from Letter to Laredo in this 1995 set.
The young sax monster is unleashed on "Lester Leaps In," "Body and Soul" and other tunes from his fourth album, Conversin' With the Elders.
The late Queen of the Blues was born on this day in 1928. Hear her sing her 1965 hit "Wang Dang Doodle" in this 1998 Tramps set.
The legendary trumpeter died on this day in 1991. Hear his evolution from bebopper to electric innovator in this three-hour playlist.