Sarah Vaughan, who was born on this day in 1924, sings "There Will Never Be Another You," "A Foggy Day" and "But Not For Me."
In this playlist the late saxophonist performs with Horace Silver, the Brecker Brothers and leads his own band.
The current bandleader for CBS' The Late Late Show with James Corden does freestyle rapping and spontaneous composition in a 2011 set.
Singer Perry Farrell, who turns 58 today, leads the L.A. band on "Had a Dad," "Pigs in Zen," "Up the Beach" and others from Nothing's Shocking.
The banjo innovator, who died on this day in 2012, plays his "Flint Hill Special" and "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" and covers "Lady Madonna."
Stevie Winwood leads the group on classics like "Dear Mr. Fantasy" and "Freedom Rider" and new tunes from Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory.
The late bass great, who was born on this day in 1960, kicks of "Patriots" with drummer Paco Sery in this Zawinul Syndicate set.
The punk from Middlesex, who died on this day in 2000, performs "Wake Up and Make Love to Me" from New Boots and Panties!! in 1978.
The pop diva, who turns 47 today, sings her singles "Vision of Love" and "Love Takes Time" from her self-titled debut in this showcase.
The Philly soul singer, who was born on this day in 1950, performs his socially conscious single "Wake Up Everybody" in this 1977 set.
The tenor saxophonist, who turns 77 today, performs with the all-star New York Jazz Giants in this video from the 1992 Newport Jazz Festival.
The Queen of Soul, who turns 75 today, performs her classic "Respect" and interprets "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" and "Eleanor Rigby."
Triple threat talent Elton John turns 70 today. Hear him perform his classics "Bennie & The Jets," "Rocket Man" and "A Song for You" in 1986.
Debbie Harry fronts the new wave band on "Dreaming," "One Way Or Another," "Heart of Glass" and a cover of "Bang a Gong (Get It On)."
The pioneering electric bassist, twho turns 82 today, swings with pianist Hampton Hawes on "The Sermon" and "BD & DS Blues" in '76.
The voice of the counterculture performs his "Draft Dodgers Rag" and "Maintaining Law And Order" during the Summer of Love at Ash Grove.
The only female outlaw country star sings her hits "Delta Dawn," "Would You Lay With Me (In a Field of Stone)" and "Texas (When I Die)" in 1983.
The Brit singer-songwriter, who turns 68 today, plays "Cruel To Be Kind" and "I Knew the Bride When She Used to Rock 'n Roll" in a '83 set.
The gruff-voiced singer covers Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade of Pale," the Box Tops' "The Letter" and Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues" in 1982.
The Saxophone Colossus stretches out on his classics "Strode Rode," the calypso flavored "St. Thomas" and "Don't Stop the Carnival" in New Paltz.
The blues-rock pioneer plays his "Oreo Cookie Blues" and "Cincinnati Jail" and delivers his 1963 instrumental hit "Wham!" in this '95 Tramps set.
The outlaw country singer-songwriter performs his "Pissin' in the Wind," "Desperados Waiting for a Train" and "Mr. Bojangles" in this 1982 set.
The R&B diva, who turns 64 today, leads the group on their hit single "Tell Me Something Good" and a funky "We Can Work It Out" in 1975.
David Byrne leads an expanded version of the group featuring guitarist Adrian Belew on "Once in a Lifetime" and "Life During Wartime" in 1980.
The great guitarist, who turns 74 today, plays Monk's "Straight, No Chaser," Trane's "Impressions" and fronts the Count Basie Orchestra.
The steel string acoustic guitar virtuoso plays "Redwood Ramble," "Orphan's Lament" and premieres his "Green River Suite" in this solo set.
The country icon plays "Misery and Gin" and "I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink" in this 1982 set from Dewey Groom's Longhorn Ballroom.
Guitar hero Carlos Santana leads the legendary San Francisco group on "Spirits Dancing in the Flesh," "Jingo" and "Oye Como Va" in 1991.
The British group's lead vocalist Roger Hodgson, who turns 67 today, sings their hit songs "Give a Little Bit" and "Dreamer."
The quintessential cabaret singer, who died on this day in 2005, performs Duke's "Day Dream," "Jump for Joy" and others.
The guitarist performs popular tunes "Galveston," "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Gentle on my Mind" and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix."
The Mississippi-born solo troubadour, born on this day in 1902, shows a fierce edginess with slide guitar and vocals in 1968.
The gruff-voiced singer, who turns 68 today, premieres tunes from his self-titled debut, including "Two Tickets to Paradise."
Hear everyone from Hendrix and Johnny Winter to Jerry Lee Lewis, The Byrds, Grateful Dead, and George Thorogood in the ultimate playlist.
Miller's band backs Berry on classics like "School Days," "Sweet Little Sixteen," "Reelin' and "Rockin'" and "My Ding-a-Ling" in this '67 set.
The pioneering rock 'n' roller flaunts his signature licks on "Roll Over Beethoven," "Carol" and "Johnny B. Goode" in this 1972 video.
The Godfather of Rock 'n' Roll is joined by Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Julian Lennon and others in this '86 set from St. Louis.
Backed by Steve Miller's band, the seminal rock 'n' roller performs his classics like "Memphis, Tennessee," "Around and Around" and "Nadine."
On the day after Christmas, 1967, the godfather of rock 'n' roll played "No Particular Place to Go" and "Back in the U.S.A." at Winterland.
New Orleans R&B singer-pianist Clarence "Frogman" Henry turns 80 today. Hear him perform hit novelty hit "Ain't Got No Home" in 1981.
Bassist-trombonist Chris Brubeck, who turns 65 today, performs "Take Five" and "Unsquare Dance" with his famous father in this 1975 set.
R&B legend Wilson Pickett was born on this day in 1941. Hear him sing his hits "In The Midnight Hour" and "Mustang Sally" in this 1994 set.
The country star turns 83 today. Hear him perform his '70s hits "Kiss an Angel Good Mornin'" and "Mississippi Cotton Pickin' Delta Town" in 1985.
Hear a three-hour playlist of such Irish bands as Flogging Molly, Hothouse Flowers, U2, Dexy's Midnight Runners and Stiff Little Fingers.
The solo troubadour, who turns 73 today, performs "Daydream" and "Darling Be Home Soon" two months after his appearance at Woodstock.
The Mississippi-born blues harp ace died yesterday at age 81. Hear him lead his own band in 1966 and 1973 and with Muddy Waters in 1977.
The Memphis-born singer-songwriter died on this day in 2010. Hear him lead both the Box Tops and Big Star in this memorial playlist.
The great jazz singer swings with her trio, then gets lush with a string section on "Don't Weep for the Lady" and "Cocktails for Two."