Singer Marcus Mumford leads a group of friends, including Abigail Washburn and Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, in this 2012 concert.
The troubadour and social/environmental activist, who died last year, was born on this day in 1919. Hear him in performances from '68-'72.
The old-timey string band revivalists premiere tunes from their album Death on Lee Highway & Other Southern Lullabies in this 1967 set.
Phish's guitarist-frontman plays unadorned acoustic versions of "Bathtub Gin," "Chalk Dust Torture" and "Water in the Sky" at Newport.
The father-son guitar team performs Americana classics like "Gambler's Yodel," "Milk Cow Blues" and "House of the Rising Sun" in this 1967 set.
The late troubadour and Woodstock icon died on this day in 2013 at age 72. Hear him perform "Here Comes the Sun" in this 1976 set.
The feminist-activist singer-songwriter premieres intimate, thought-provoking tunes from her album Red Letter Year in this 2008 set.
The Brit troubadour/left-wing activist sings of equal marriage, workers rights, drone strikes and other politically-tinged topics at SXSW 2013.
The singer-songwriter passed away on this day a year ago. Hear him play tunes from his Nothing But the Breeze in this '77 Bottom Line set.
The Nigerian king of juju music (aka, the Minister of Enjoyment) stirs up infectious rhythms with his African Beats at this Tramps concert.
The Louisiana zydeco star performs his international hit "My Toot Toot" and "Jalapeno Lena" in this 1985 concert from Hampton, Virginia.
The Nigerian percussion master and world music pioneer, who died on this day in 2003, performs with his African percussion ensemble in '86.