Hear a 2-hour playlist of the bluesman's classics covered by Buddy Guy, the Byrds, Bryan Ferry, Bon Jovi, Hot Tuna, Grateful Dead and others.
The late Texas guitar hero died this past week in a 1990 helicopter crash. See him wail on tunes from Soul to Soul in this '85 concert video.
The late guitarist-singer delivers with typical intensity on Stevie Ray Vaughan's "Pride and Joy" and Albert Collins' "Cold, Cold Feeling".
The influential Delta bluesman performs his biggest hit, "That's Alright Mama," in this 1973 concert.
The Chicago bluesman, accompanied by guitarist Ry Cooder, performs bone-chilling renditions of some of his most beloved songs in 1992.
The Chicago bluesman (by way of Little Rock, Arkansas) invites Texas guitar slinger Johnny Winter to sit in on this set from 1978 in NYC.
The Bay Area blues icon releases his new Alligator album, Can't Even Do Wrong Right, today. Hear him at this Keystone Korner concert in 1971.
The Jefferson Airplane/Hot Tuna guitarist premieres new material at the Woodstock 10th anniversary reunion concert in Parr Meadows, 1979.
The late guitar slinger died tragically on this day in 1988. Hear his six-string virtuosity on "Hey Joe," "Too Many Drivers" and others.
Guitarist Duke Robillard leads the swinging jump blues band through a smokin' set including Big Joe Turner's "Hoy Hoy" from 40 years ago.
Stones bassist Bill Wyman assembled an all-star crew featuring Jimmy Page and John Entwistle for this 1985 benefit concert for Ronnie Lane.
Slowhand wails on blues classics like "Sittin' on Top of the World," "Spoonful," "Key to the Highway" and "Double Trouble" in this playlist.