The Texas singer-songwriter and blues harpist performs his "Two More Bottles of Wine" and "Givin' It Up for You Love" in this '95 Tramps set.
The soulful singer and stinging guitar player performs tunes from his Grammy Award-winning Strong Persuader in this 1989 concert.
The guitar great and founder of Fleetwood Mac turns 68 today. Hear his stinging licks and slashing slide work with an early edition of the Mac.
The Piedmont harmonica ace, who was born on this day in 1911, whoops it up with partner Brownie McGhee on "Hootin' the Blues."
The gritty, lefty guitarist unleashes his Chicago West Side string-bending style on "Let's Have a Natural Ball" and "Ain't That Good News."
The Delta bluesman died on this day in 1988. Hear his haunting slide guitar work and raw, impassioned vocals on sets from 1968 and 1969.
The 81-year-old Louisiana bluesman puts up the funk on "Garbage Man" and "Too Much Weekend" in this 2012 Daytrotter session.
The harmonica ace plays Deltafied electric guitar while delivering earthy vocals on "Lonesome in My Bedroom" and "Sting-a-Ree" in this '98 set.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter, a charter member of the Mothers of Invention, fronts her band Snake at this 1974 Winterland concert.
The Austin-based neo-blueman stuns on distortion-laced romps like "Don't Owe You a Thing" and "When My Train Pulls In" in this 2012 set.
The influential Texas bluesman gets an assist from guitarist Bernie Pearl on "Baby Please Don't Go" and "Baby Shake That Thing" in 1966.
The late guitar hero would've turned 60 today. Hear his incomparable stinging Strat licks in this birthday playlist from mid '80s concerts.