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.
The dynamic singer from Benin won for "Best World Music Album" for Eve. Hear her blend African folkloric music with rock in this 1998 set.
Hear a 19-year-old Feliciano perform solo arrangements of Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice It's Alright" and Pete Seeger's "Indian Summer."
The comedian-author picks a mean banjo in his "other job" with the Steep Canyon Rangers in this 2009 concert from Nashville.
The acoustic guitar virtuoso plays tunes from Regards From Chuck Pink along with a jaw-dropping slide medley featuring "San Antonio Rose."
The legendary folk singer and activist died on this day last year. Hear him performing solo in 1972 and sitting in with Memphis Slim in 1969.
The iconic troubadour performs Hendrix's "All Along the Watchtower," Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock" and Dylan's "Maggie's Farm" in this video.
Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, Josh White and others pay tribute to the folk-blues icon, who was born on this day in 1888.
The Louisiana Creole accordianist, who turns 86 today, plays and sings a lively set of zydeco music at the 1988 Newport Folk Festival.
The '60s folk singer and activist, who turns 74 today, sings Bob Dylan's "Forever Young" and teams with her sister Mimi Farina in this 1974 set.
The godfather of progressive bluegrass picks his banjo on renditions of his "Flint Hill Special," "T for Texas" and the Beatles' "Lady Madonna."