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.
The neo-bluesman performs his "Perpetual Blues Machine" and delivers a faithful cover of the Robert Johnson classic "Come On In My Kitchen."
The late Queen of the Blues was born on this day in 1928. Hear her sing her 1965 hit "Wang Dang Doodle" in this 1998 Tramps set.
Hear riveting performances by Mance Lipscomb, Mississippi John Hurt, Pamela Polland & Ry Cooder, Oscar Brown Jr. and Joe Williams.
The soulful singer, who died on this day in 1977, performs "Spoonful" and "Mean Old Frisco" with guitarist Robben Ford in this '73 concert.
Riley "B.B." King turns 89 this week. Hear his signature sweet string bends on his guitar Lucille and soulful vocals on this birthday playlist.
The pianist-singer-songwriter, who was born this week in 1922, performs his early hits "Driftin' Blues" and "Black Night" in this '96 set.
Hear the great multi-instrumental bluesman Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown doing what he does best at the 1977 Nice Jazz Festival.