The Dallas-based band performs their hit song "There's Your Trouble" and other tunes from their #1 hit debut album, Wide Open Spaces.
The Texas-bred singer-songwriter and swaggering country-rocker performs tunes from his Guitar Town album with his band The Dukes.
The late, Brooklyn-born country star performs his hits "I Love a Rainy Night" and "Kentucky Rain" in New York in 1981.
The Texas-born singer-songwriter blends in three-part harmony with brothers Steve and Rudy on "Broken Lady" and others in this 1982 set.
The Austin resident and native New Yorker performs his hit tune "Mr. Bojangles" and lesser known gem "Pissin' in the Wind" in this 1982 set.
The Texas-born "Cosmic Cowboy" performs his crossover hit "Wildfire" and alt-country tunes like "Geronimo's Cadillac" in this 1986 concert.
Whisperin' Bill turns 77 today. Hear him sing his '60s hits "Po' Folks" and "Wild Weekend" in this 1982 set from Danny's in Rhode Island.
The popular singer, who turns 72 today, performs "God Bless the U.S.A.," as well as "Lean Mean Lovin' Machine" in this 1984 concert.
The Australian-born country star, who turns 47 today, premieres tunes from this self-titled American debut in this 1999 Tramps concert.
The prolific songwriter and Country Music Hall of Famer died on this day in 1992. Hear him sing "Damn Me" and "England Swings" in 1982.
The matriarch of country music's first family died on this day in 1978. Hear her sing "Keep on the Sunny Side" and "Wildwood Flower."
The Texas singer-songwriter and leader of Buddy Holly's backing band performs his "I Fought the Law," "Walk Right Back" and "Good Old Girls."