The Chicago blues guitar hero plays his signature tunes "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues" and "Feels Like Rain" at Newport '94.
The late Texas guitar hero unleashes his fabled chops on "Say What!" and other tunes from Soul to Soul in this 1985 concert video.
The rockin' boogie man turns 64 today. Hear him wailing on "House of Blue Lights," "Bad to the Bone" and others in this frantic set from '84.
The blues violinist-singer, a one-time member of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, heads up his own group in this 1977 Bottom Line set.
The folk-blues-reggae singer-songwriter performs his pro-weed anthem "Burn One Down" with the Innocent Criminals in this 2008 set.
The late Chicago blues guitarist died on this day in 1981. Hear him with Electric Flag, Paul Butterfield and his own group during the late '60s.
The fuzzy-toned Texas guitar slinger performs hard-hitting renditions of "Bright Lights" and "When My Train Pulls In" in this 2012 concert.
Hear the original Gangster of Love play "Superman Lover" and "Ain't That a Bitch" in this '95 Tramps set.
The big man with the Rolls Royce of a voice sings his hits "Cry To Me" and "If You Need Me" in this Tramps concert from 1995.
The guitar slinger and potent singer subs for an ailing Gatemouth Brown and delivers with stinging intensity on a 1997 Tramps set.
The Texas singer-songwriter turns in soulful renditions of "Take Me to the River," "I Want to Thank You Baby" and "Here Comes the Weekend."
The harmonica master and recent Grammy winner turns 70 today. Hear him perform "Clarksdale Boogie" in this 1998 solo concert.