The square-jawed singer/songwriter/activist pals around with Chevy Chase and sings a host of his many hits in this 1978 video concert.
The bluegrass pioneer leads his Clinch Mountain Boys through an invigorating set at the 1968 Newport Folk Festival.
The virtuoso acoustic guitarist showcases his tremendous flatpicking style on this set of originals and old-timey tunes.
The folklorist performs songs about American history, including "Damn Yankee Lad" and Woody Guthrie's "Talking Dust Bowl Blues."
The folk humorist covers Lieber & Stoller's "Smokey Joe's Cafe" and performs his sardonic ditties "Rufus Is a Tit Man" and "Golfin' Blues."
The famed folk singer, political activist and environmentalist died yesterday at age 94. Hear him perform in a 1972 concert.
Mike Seeger leads the New York-based string band on old-timey tunes like "Hot Corn, Cold Corn" and "Wild And Western Hobo."
The majestic voice of the Queen of Gospel, who passed away on this day in 1972, rings out in this 1970 New Orleans concert.
Hear the enigmatic acoustic guitar genius cast his meditative spell on an Amazingrace audience in this 1974 concert.
The progressive bluegrass quintet fronted by mandolinist-singer Chris Thile showcases tunes from Who's Feeling Young Now?.
The late folk singer, who inspired the movie Inside Llewyn Davis, covers Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen and Kurt Weill in this eclectic set.
The innovative banjo virtuoso melds funk, Celtic and jazzgrass in premiering material from the group's Left of Cool.