Mississippi-born Omar Kent Dykes showcases his growling vocals and stinging guitar work on "Hoy Hoy" and "Mississippi Hoodoo Man" in '87.
The enigmatic Delta bluesman plays "Devil Got My Woman," "I'm So Glad" before joining the Staples Singers on "God Is Real" in 1968.
The Chicago blues icon, born on this day in 1913, performs "Hoochie Coochie Man" and "Got My Mojo Working" at the Grand Parade du Jazz.
The guitarist-singer, whose Into the Sun drops this week, performs "Help the Poor" with his Blue Line band at Osaka's Festival Hall.
The regal bluesman performs staples like "Paying the Cost to Be the Boss" and "Rock Me Baby" to a new audience at the fabled rock haven.
The Rhode Island-based jump blues band, featuring guitarist-founder Duke Robillard, plays the Palace three years before their debut album.
The soulful Louisiana bluesman was 80 years old at the time he sang "Tight Money," "Garbage Man" and "Too Much Weekend" in this set.
Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi's widow Judy have formed Blues Brothers Records in conjunction with Blue Note. Hear the original band in 1979.
The venerable blues pianist passed away on this day in 2011 at age 97. Hear him with Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton and Arthur Crudup.
The Texas-born, Louisiana-bred swamp boogie pianist, who turns 65 today, performs her tunes "Big Shot" and "La Ti Da" in this '97 set.
The iconic Chicago bluesman joins forces with Texas guitar slinger Johnny Winter and blues harp ace James Cotton in this 1977 concert.
The country blues mandolinist, born 105 years ago today, joins guitarist Sleepy John Estes on "Mailman Blues" and "Rats in My Kitchen."