The hippie bluegrass and country-rock band performs tunes from their influential album Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy in this '71 concert.
MM&W bassist Chris Wood and guitar-playing brother Oliver blend sweet vocal harmonies in this 2012 live recording at Daytrotter Studio.
The outstanding British singer, songwriter and guitarist, who turns 65 today, performs a solo set at the 1988 Newport Folk Festival.
The famed folk singer is joined by the Grateful Dead on "Bye Bye Love" and "Me and Bobby McGee" in this '81 New Year's Eve concert.
The singer-songwriter turns 50 today. Hear her perform "Fast Car" and "Talkin' 'Bout a Revolution" from her first album in this 1989 solo set.
The iconic banjo player is joined by sons Randy and Gary on Jimmie Rodgers' "T for Texas" and the Beatles' "Lady Madonna."
The world-renown a cappella group performs traditional folk tunes, spirituals and blues numbers at this 1963 Ash Grove concert.
The late singer-songwriter and folk-rocker performs tunes from his double platinum, Joe Walsh-produced album Souvenirs in this '76 set.
The Ontario singer-songwriter premieres material from his third album, Did She Mention My Name?, in this 1968 Fillmore set.
The Lovin' Spoonful founder turns 70 today. See him perform "Daydream," "Younger Girl" and others in this 1970 solo concert.
The acoustic guitarist with the prodigious technique and deadpan sense of humor performs tunes from My Feet Are Smiling in 1973.
The heavenly singer is accompanied by harp in this set of soothing tunes from Hard Times for Lovers, "Send in the Clowns" and others.