Banjoist-guitarist-singer David Lindley leads the eclectic group in a set ranging from bluegrass ("Hello Trouble") to Turkish exotica ("Taxim").
The Cambridge, Massachusetts group performs "Mule Skinner Biues," "Gone Home" and a bluegrass version of the Beatles' "Paperback Writer."
The group from the Georgia Sea Islands of South Carolina performs spirituals and folk tunes like "We Shall Overcome" and "I Am a Soldier."
The flatpicker extraordinaire would've turned 92 today. Hear his extraordinary chops on a set of rags, blues and bluegrass breakdowns.
The fingerstyle solo guitar virtuoso and Americana icon, who was born on this day in 1939, performs mesmerizing medleys in this '75 set.
The guitarist-singer and Dobro pioneer, a former member of the Foggy Mountain Boys, leads a trio on "Steel Guitar Chimes," "A-11" and others.
The bluegrass icon, who turns 88 today, sings "Man of Constant Sorrow" with his Clinch Mountain Boys at the '68 Newport Folk Festival.
The folk troubadour performs versions of Dylan's "Leopard Skin Pill-Box Hat" and his counterculture classic "Legend of the U.S.S. Titanic."
The New York-based Moroccan musician blends mesmerizing folkloric elements of the Gnawan style with rock elements at Woodstock '94.
Mandolin ace Chris Thile, who turns 34 today, joins his fellow virtuosos in the progressive bluegrass-chamber group at the annual Austin bash.
Banjo ace Sandy Moseley joins mandolinist Johnny Lyon and guitarist Al Merian on "Splendor in the Bluegrass" and "Two Dollar Bill" in a '63 set.
The folk singer-songwriter performs symphonic versions of "This Land Is Your Land," "Goodnight Irene" and others in this 2001 concert.