The late bassist and prolific songwriter was born on this day in 1915. Hear him with Walter "Shakey" Horton in this 1972 Ash Grove set.
The blues harp ace and former Muddy Waters sideman, who turns 79 today, leads his own band in this '66 set from the Fillmore West.
The soul/gospel/blues legends, recent recipients of the NEA National Heritage Fellowship, perform a sanctified set at 2002 Newport.
The Texas guitarist-singer performs "Baby Please Don't Go," "Ain't It Hard" and "Meet Me in the Bottom" in this 1963 Ash Grove concert.
The 19-year-old singer is accompanied by the 17-year-old guitarist on country blues classics in this Ash Grove show from 50 years ago.
The late bluesman died on this day in 2001. Hear him perform "Baby Lee," "Crawlin' King Snake" and a marathon boogie-woogie in 1991.
The slide guitarist-singer performs tunes by Delta blues masters J.B. Lenoir, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Robert Johnson and Skip James.
The enigmatic guitarist accompanies his eerie falsetto vocals on moody numbers like "Devil Got My Woman" and "Cherry Ball Blues" in 1968.
The Chicago bluesman plays guitar, harmonica and sings on "Lonesome in My Bedroom" and "Clarksdale Boogie" in this unaccompanied set.
The Irish blues-rock pioneer, who died on this day in 1995, performs his signature "Shin Kicker" and covers J.B. Hutto's "Too Much Alcohol."
The SRV-inspired guitarist performs tunes from Trouble Is... and concludes his '98 set with a fiery version of Hendrix's "Voodoo Child."
The slide guitar master performs Doc Pomus' "Lonely Avenue" and Robert Johnson's "Stones in My Passway" in this 1996 Tramps set.