The guitarist-singer-songwriter plays a smoldering "Just Won't Burn" and wails on her soulful shuffle number "Feeling Music Brings."
Guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and longtime partner Jack Casady perform an intimate set of acoustic blues tunes by Rev. Gary Davis and Blind Blake.
Slowhand digs deep on his trusty Fender Stratocaster in this set of tunes by Willie Dixon, Big Bill Broonzy, Robert Johnson and Otis Rush.
The country blues guitarist and singer died on this day in 1966. Hear him play "Monday Morning Blues" and "See See Rider" in this '64 set.
Guitarist Peter Green, who turns 69 today, leads an early edition of the Brit band on tunes by Elmore James, B.B. King and Freddie King in '68.
The blues-rocker and slide guitar ace, who turns 46 today, performs his pro-pot anthem "Burn One Down" and others from Fight for Your Mind.
Rock's greatest guitarist dips into a set of stone blues numbers by the likes of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf along with his own "Red House."
The Piedmont style blues harpist, who was born on this day in 1911, whoops it up with longtime partner Brownie McGhee in this '75 set.
The Tulsa blues-rocker turns 73 today. Hear his stinging guitar licks and urgent vocals on "Stealin' Watermelons" and "Deep Elem Blues."
The Delta bluesman, who died on this day in 1988, plays slashing slide guitar and sings with harrowing intensity on "Empire State Express."
The guitarist-singer flaunts some killer slide work on Robert Johnson's "Walkin' Blues" and John Hiatt's "Thing Called Love" in this '93 set.
The Chicago guitarist unleashes stinging licks on a set of old school tunes like "Orphan Blues," "Don't Lie to Me" and "Sweet Little Angel."
The soulful Texan is a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll and a whole lot of blues on shuffles like "Thank You Baby" and "Linda Lou."
The Texas pianist, who was born on this day in 1908, performs "The Cafe Society Boogie" and "The Price Is Right" at the Newport Jazzfest.
The Texas alto saxman turns blues shouter on his signature "Kidney Stew" along with "Person to Person" and "Cherry Red" in this playlist.
The singer-songwriter-slide guitarist, who turns 70 today, plays tunes from We The People and covers Jimi Hendrix's "Up From the Skies."
The L.A. band, featuring Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder, plays "I'm a King Bee," "Fannie Mae" and "Corinne, Corrina" in this set from 50 years ago.
The Grammy-winning bluesman plays "Dangerous Mood," "Perpetual Blues Machine" and other tunes from Just Like You in this '97 set.
The Queen of the Blues would've turned 80 today. Hear her sing "Beer Bottle Boogie" and her 1965 hit "Wang Dang Doodle" in this '98 set.
The high-energy blues 'n' boogie man plays "Bo Diddley," "Spoonful" and "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" in this intimate acoustic set.
Hear very different renditions of John D. Loudermilk's "Tobacco Road" by Lou Rawls, Edgar Winter, Eric Burdon and the Jefferson Airplane.
The late guitar hero, who was born on this day in 1939, unleashes searing licks on "Bitter Memories" and "The Messiah Will Come Again."
The Kim Simmonds-led Brit blues 'n' boogie band celebrates its 50th year with the release of The Devil To Pay. Hear them from 40 years ago.
The jump blues singer, who died on this day in 1997, performs "Spoonful" and "Mean Old Frisco" at the New York Mets former ballpark.
The late, legendary bluesman, who would've turned 90 today, plays "Ain't That Just Like a Woman" and his hit song "The Thrill Is Gone."
The Louisiana-born bluesman died on this day in 2005. Hear him play "Dragnet Blues" and Lionel Hampton's "Flying Home" in this '97 set.
The godfather of the British blues scene welcomes guitar greats Mick Taylor and Albert King, singer Etta James and blues harpist Junior Wells.
The Delta bluesman plays gritty versions of Charley Patton's "Pony Blues" and the gospel tune "Why Don't You Live So God Can Use You?"
Guitar great Freddie King, born on this day in 1934, wails on "San Ho-Zay," "Hide Away" and "I'm Tore Down" in this blazing '67 set.
The lefty guitarist from the raw West Side Chicago school plays his signature tunes "All Your Love (I Miss Lovin')" and "Double Trouble."
The acoustic bluesman from Rochester, who turns 77 today, stomps out "Good Time Charlie," "Stagger Lee" and "Creepy John" in this solo set.
The solo blues troubadour plays Elmore James' "Dust My Broom," Blind Willie McTell's "Statesboro Blues" and his own "Love You Like a Man."
The iconic Texas guitar slinger, who died tragically 25 years ago today, wails with Double Trouble in this exhilarating 1985 video.
The Mississippi-born Boogie Man plays "Backstabbers," "Crawlin' Kingsnake" and is joined by disciple John Hammond on "Highway 13."
The guitarist-singer, who had just turned 23, performs The Stones' "Under My Thumb" and Stephen Stills' "Bluebird" in an unplugged set.
Savor the stinging guitar work and gospel-holler vocals of the late Texas Cannonball on "That's Alright" and "Tore Down" in this 1970 set.
The country blues guitarist-singer channels his role models Robert Johnson, Blind WIllie McTell and Son House in this solo set from 1973.
The raw-edged Chicago six-stringer invites the Texas guitar slinger on stage during his '78 set at the Bottom Line, and the sparks fly.
The Master of the Telecaster passed away on this day in 1988. Hear him play the Jimi Hendrix hit "Hey Joe" and Patsy Cline's "Sweet Dreams."
The Memphis-born pianist-singer (aka Peter Chatham) performs the mournful "Lonesome Traveler" and the upbeat "We're Gonna Rock."
The blues harpist-guitarist plays "Lonesome in My Bedroom," "Cristo Redemptor" and "Clarksdale Boogie" in this superb solo set.
The blues guitar elder unleashes blistering licks on "All Your Love (I Miss Loving)" and "Damn Right I've Got the Blues."
The late Chicago blues guitarist was born this week in 1943. Hear his stinging six-string work on "Killing My Love" and "Young Girl."
The late Texas guitarist, who died last July at age 70, rocks out with his band and gets bluesy with Muddy Waters, Son Seals and B.B. King.
The guitar hero plays tunes from Texas Flood and premieres tunes from his followup, Couldn't Stand the Weather in this '84 set from Montreal.
The guitarist-singer performs tunes from his breakthrough album Strong Persuader and premieres Don't Be Afraid of the Dark in 1987.
The bottleneck slide guitarist performs chilling renditions of "Shake "Em On Down" and "Worried Life Blues" at the 1968 Newport Folk Festival.
The legendary guitarist and harmonica ace team up on "Stormy Monday," "Born Under a Bad Sign" and others at the Shaboo Inn in Connecticut.