Country Joe McDonald helped to commemorate the ten year anniversary of Woodstock at Parr Meadows, too.
Los Angeles natives and former high school pals Danny Fefferman and Dave Elson capture an authentic Appalachian feel in this 1967 set.
The singer-songwriter performs tunes from his trilogy of Home Free, Souvenirs and Captured Angel in this intimate solo set from 1976.
The singer-songwriter performs his classic "American Pie" along with Buddy Holly's "It Doesn't Matter Anymore" in this intimate solo set.
Musical partners Vern Williams and Ray Park, fathers of California bluegrass, blend on old-timey tunes in this '67 Ash Grove set.
The pioneering Latino crossover artist showcases his passionate vocals and incredible classical guitar technique in this eclectic set from 1964.
Brothers Don and Phil join their long-retired guitar-playing Daddy Ike on a superb set of old-timey tunes at the 1969 Newport Folk Festival.
Bernice Johnson Reagon leads the all-woman African-American a cappella ensemble on uplifting tunes in concerts from 1979 to 1990.
The Toronto-based singer-songwriter performs compelling tunes from his 2010 album Constant Companion in the intimacy of this NYC club.
The iconic singer-songwriter passed away on this day in 1981. Hear him perform "Cat's in the Cradle," "Taxi" and "W.O.L.D." in this '77 set.
The dynamic singer from Benin, who turns 60 today, covers Miriam Makeba's "Malaika" and Jimi Hendrix's "Voodoo Child" in this 1998 set.
Before joining the Byrds in 1968, the flatpicker extraordinaire (who died on this day in 1973) was a member of the Kentucky Colonels.