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The R&B icon died on this day in 1999. See him perform his classics "Superfly," "Freddie's Dead" and "Pusherman" in this '72 concert video.
Metallica's drummer and founder turns 51 today. Hear him bashing the kit with typical intensity in this dynamic set from 1999 Woodstock.
The perennial poll-winning guitarist, who turns 63 today, performs tunes from his acclaimed Blue Note recording What We Do with his trio.
The British singer's ethereal vocals and poetic imagery can be heard on her tunes "View of My Sanity" and "Miss Audrie" in this 2013 concert.
The godfather of soul died on Christmas Day 2006. Hear him sing classics like "Get on the Goodfoot," "Sex Machine" and "Cold Sweat."
A Christmas baby from 1946, Buffett performs "A Pirate Looks at Forty" and "Livingston's Gone to Texas" in this intimate acoustic set from '74.
The king of Hi-De-Ho was a Christmas baby back in 1907. Hear him sing his theme song "Minnie the Moocher" and "Stormy Weather."
The jazz saxophonist and world music pioneer recently performed his 35th annual Winter Solstice concert in NYC. Hear him in a 1978 concert.
The Gatlin Brothers Band, T-Bone Burnett & Friends, Bryan Bowers and The Roches perform serene Christmas tunes in this playlist.
The outlaw country figurehead performs his classic tunes (sans drums) like "Whiskey River" and "On the Road Again" in this intimate set.
The maestro leads his big band juggernaut on new material from his soundtrack album Anatomy of a Murder and from Festival Session.