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The LA band released its 4th album today, All Your Favorite Bands. Hear them premiere rootsy tunes from their 2009 debut, North Hills.
The Texas guitarist unleashes his distortion-laced licks on "When My Train Pulls In" and other tunes from his major label debut, Blak and Blu.
Singer Matt Shultz fronts the raucous band from Bowling Green on the edgy "Tiny Little Robots" and "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" in 2011.
The African-American string band from Durham performs "'Po Black Sheep," "Skillet Good and Greasy" and others in this 2011 set.
The trumpeter-singer, who died on this day in '97, is featured on "What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?" and "I Want a Little Girl" in this '76 set.
Guitarist Jesse Johnson, who turns 53 today, adds some rock to the funk in this '83 set from the Minneapolis nightclub seen in Purple Rain.
In this concert video, the master drummer plays four solo pieces before being joined by Cecil Bridgewater, Odean Pope and Tyrone Brown.
The late King of the Blues squeezes every last drop of feeling out of each note on "Need My Baby" in this set from Boston, just added to CV.
The guitarist turns 68 today. Hear him with the Jeff Beck Group, Rod Stewart and the Faces and the Rolling Stones in this 3-hour playlist.
In this video of her Bridge School benefit concert, the singer-songwriter performs previously unreleased tunes "Gorgeous" and "London."
The composer and Duke Ellington collaborator died on this day in 1967. Hear his "Take the A Train," "Lush Life" and others in this playlist.