The Piedmont blues guitarist was born on this day in 1915. Hear him with longtime partner harmonica ace Sonny Terry at Ash Grove in '73.
The godfather of the '60s British blues scene turns 80 today. Hear a two-hour playlist of him with the Blues Breakers from 1968 to 1991.
King may have the blues everyday, but back in 1967 he shared it with the audience at Winterland in San Francisco.
Founding member Jimmy Carter has lead the Blind Boys since 1939. Hear them perform songs off their new album I'll Find a Way.
King was the first great blue artist to play Fillmore East. It's only fitting that he performed on the historic venue's last night.
The guitarist-singer and blues scholar turns 71 today. Hear his raw, barrelhouse style on "Dust My Broom," "Evil" and others.
The legendary Blues harpist plays a killer one man show of guitar, harmonica, and vocals at Shoreline in 1998.
The Delta bluesman, born on this day in 1909, demonstrates his fierce vocal style and slide guitar technique in this '67 Ash Grove set.
Guitarist and former member of Canned Heat flaunts his funk-fusion chops on tunes from Baby Batter and Feel the Sound in this 1975 set.
The late Chicago guitarist is the subject of Bob Sarles' recent documentary, Sweet Blues. Hear a 4-hour playlist from the Vault.
The singer-songwriter and slide guitarist extraordinaire recently turned 64. Hear her blues-rock blend in concerts spanning 20 years.
Pumped up by a thundering two-piece rhythm section, the guitarist brought his muscular Texas blues to the big city on this day in 1973.