The New Zealand-born country star, who turns 48 today, performs "It's a Love Thing" and "But For The Grace of God" from his second album.
The singer-songwriter, who turns 59 today, plays "Honky Tonk Man" and other tunes from his debut album Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc.
The fiddler-guitarist-singer leads his band on "The Legend of Wooley Swamp," "Damn Good Cowboy" and "The Devil Went Down to Georgia."
The singer-songwriter and ace guit-picker died on this day in 1983. Hear him play favorites like "Sixteen Tons" and "Dark as a Dungeon."
The southern country-rockers play this hit single "Love in the First Degree" and cover The Marshall Tucker Band's "Can't You See" in Utah.
The Columbus, Ohio-based country-rock band plays their hit "Making a Living's Been Killing Me" and other tunes from Let The Hard Times Roll
Singer Natalie Maines, who turns 41 today, leads the Dallas-based group on "I Can Love You Better" and "Give It Up Or Let Me Go."
The popular singer-songwriter performs his hit "I Can Help" and the country lament "You Picture Still Loves Me (And I Still Love You)."
David and Howard Bellamy lead their band on their hits "Spiders and Snakes," "The Night They Killed Country" and "Dancin' Cowboys."
The outlaw country star performs his hits "Good Hearted Woman," "Amanda" and "Good Ol' Boys (Theme Trom The Dukes of Hazzard)."
The great guitar picker and Country Music Hall of Famer plays the country anthem "Wildwood Flower" and swings on "The Sheik of Araby."
The daughter of June Carter, who turns 60 today, performs "Alabama Morning," "Who Needs Words" and others from her self-titled debut.
The Grand Ole Opry member performs John D. Loudermilk's "Abilene" and "Break My Mind" along with Gordon Lightfoot's "Steel Rail Blues."
The infliuential songwriter was born on this day in 1923. Hear his tunes interpreted by Randy Travis, Mose Allison, George Jones and others.
Country music's first superstar, born on this day in 1903, leads his Smoky Mountain Boys on "Wabash Cannonball" and "I Saw the Light."
The outlaw country star and prolific songwriter performs duets with Merle Haggard, Rickie Lee Jones, Keith Richards and Jerry Lee Lewis.
The Man in Black, who died on this day in 2003, performs "Ring of Fire" and "Folsom Prison Blues" at the '95 Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame show.
The great country singer, born on this day in 1931, performs his poignant "He Stopped Loving Her Today" and "The Race Is On" in 1983.
Hank Williams Jr. sings "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight," the opening theme for Monday Night Football for 22 years.
Country star Reba McIntire sings a medley of tunes made famous by the Country Music Hall of Famer in this 1983 set from the Appalachian Fair.
The singer-songwriter, who turns 76 today, covers the Allmans, The Band, The Eagles, Dylan and his own "Take This Job And Shove It."
The country-pop star, who died on this day in 1991, sings her hit song "Country Sunshine" and Elvis' "An American Trilogy" in this 1980 set.
The former rodeo rider sings his hits "Barstool Mountain," "Here I Am Drunk Again" and "Bandy the Rodeo Clown" in this '83 set from Dallas.
The Outlaw Country star performs his hits "She Thinks I Still Care," "Me and the I.R.S." and "I'm the Only Hell (My Mama Raised)" in this '81 set.
The singer-songwriter-actor and guitar picker plays his country-funk hit "Amos Moses" and "She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)" in 1982.
The country fiddler welcomes the Jordanaires, Carl Perkins, Roy Acuff, Boxcar Willie, Tammy Wynette and Roy Acuff to his Volunteer Jam X.
The singer, who turns 50 today, performs her hits "Man! I Feel Like a Woman" and "Rock This Country!" on her Come On Over tour of 1999.
The country star and frequent "Hee Haw" guest performs his '70s hits "Don't Go City Girl on Me" and "If Love Was a Bottle of Wine."
Stellar guit-picker plays "Harlem Nocturne" and "Sweet Dreams" with the Ten Gallon Cats, featuring Bay Area pedal steel hero Joe Goldmark.
The country star, who turns 67 today, performs some of his biggest hits, including "The Gambler" and "Coward of the County" in 1980.
The Ragin' Cajun plays fiddle and sings his hit songs "Louisiana Man," "Diggy Diggy Lo" and "Cajun Joe" in this set from Putney, Vermont.
The daughter of Johnny Cash and June Carter tours with Graham Parker's band, the Rumor, in support of her '78 self-titled debut.
The singer-songwriter, who turns 83 today, performs his hits "I Ain't Never," "Coca-Cola Cowboy" and jokes about his stuttering in this set.
The Alabama-born singer performs his poignant "If You're Gonna Do Me Wrong (Do It Right)" and "Today My World Slipped Away" in 1984.
The Kentucky-born guit-picker showcases his syncopated fingerstyle chops on "Wildwood Flower," "Guitar Rag" and "The Sheik of Araby."
Country star Garth Brooks duets with his future wife Trisha Yearwood on "In Another's Eyes" in this '98 concert from Walmart headquarters.
The late, great country singer is in fine form on hits like "The Race Is On" and the poignant "Wine-Colored Roses" in this superb 1987 show.
The Man in Black performs his signature tunes "Folsom Prison Blues" and "Ring Of Fire" at the 1995 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame show.
The country rock group covers Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Green River" and the Marshall Tucker Band's "Can't You See" in this '81 set.
The country and bluegrass singer-mandolin picker turns 60 today. Hear him perform "Don't Get Above Your Raisin'" and "Low And Lonely."
The singer-songwriter and country star performs her hit songs "Jolene" and "I Will Always Love You" in this 1977 set from the Bottom Line.
The clever songsmith plays "King Of The Road" and "England Swings" then scats a blue streak on "Dang Me" in this set from Fort Worth.
The late country music pioneer, who was born on this day in 1927, sings "Darlin' Cory" and "Cash On The Barrell" in this 2010 set.
The country music community gathers tonight in Austin to honor the outlaw country star. Hear him play "(I'm a) Ramblin' Man" in this '83 set.
The Austin honky-tonk band fronted by singer Mike Harmeier and featuring Catlin Rutherford's killer Tele licks plays Codfish Hollow Barn.
The American original plays downhome ditties like "Hillbilly Hula Gal" and "My Baby Don't Dance to Nothin' But Ernest Tubb" in this '92 set.
The Austin singer-songwriter performs his "Viper of Melody," "Fair Weather Blues" and "Thunderstorms and Neon Signs" in this playlist.
The alt-country musician (aka Jonny Fritz) performs "When a Ford Man Turns to Chevy" from Down on the Bikini Line in this 2010 video.