The singer-songwriter performs "Anxious Heart," "Knee Deep in Love" and other tunes from her recording debut Desire Wire in Boston.
Jimi Hendrix joins Billy Cox and Buddy Miles on "Power of Soul," "Earth Blues," "We Gotta Live Together" and others in this New Year's Day set.
The singer-songwriter performs "Our Love Is Insane" and "Last of an Ancient Breed" (from the movie The Warriors) in this set from Boston.
The reggae legend, who was born on this day in 1945, performs "I Shot the Sheriff," "Lively Up Yourself" and other classics in this 1979 set.
The Meters' bassist performs "Funkify Yourself," "Cissy Strut" and the instrumental "Yeah, You Right" with his band, the Runnin' Pardners.
The co-founder of the multiple Grammy-winning band Earth, Wind & Fire died last night at age 74. Hear him lead the group in a '74 set.
The original shock-rocker, who turns 68 today, plays "School's Out," "I'm Eighteen" and others on his Welcome To My Nightmare tour.
The Southern rockers from Doraville, Georgia play their hit "Champagne Jam" and cover the Classics IV's "Spooky" in this set from the Savoy.
The preeminent Brit prog-rockers perform classics "Roundabout," "And You And I," "Close to the Edge" and premiere "The Gates of Delirium."
The keyboardist-singer premieres his instrumental hit "Frankenstein," digs into deep blues on "Tobacco Road" and rocks "Long Tall Sally."
Love Symbol throws down a mighty groove on a medley of his "Sexy Dancer" and P-Funk's "Let's Get Satisfied" in this set from San Francisco.
Annabelle Lwin squeals over the churning burundi beats of "C30 C60 C90 Go!," "Giant Size Baby Thing" and a remake of "I Want Candy."
The proto-punk band plays "Happy Jack," "Summertime Blues" and "My Generation" in their first appearance at the fabled NYC rock palace.
The soulful singer performs "Loan Me a Dime," "Hollywood Blues" and "Country Girl" then jams with guests Elvin Bishop and Taj Mahal.
The British singer-songwriter, who turns 55 today, fronts the band on "Pretty Skin" and "Forest Fire" from their debut album, Rattlesnakes.
The multi-faceted musician and composer, who turns 65 today, fronts Genesis and leads his own group in these concerts from 1976 to 1983.
The founding member and guitarist of Jefferson Airplane died Thursday at age 74. Hear him with the classic '60s band in a two-hour playlist.
Hear the late guitarist and founding member of the Jefferson Airplane make the transition through the '70s, '80s and '90s with the Starship.
Paul Kantner joins his Jefferson Airplane bandmates Marty Balin and Jorma Kaukonen on something old and something new in a 1-hour set.
Wilson Picket, Ike & Tina, John Hall and others pay tribute to the New Orleans singer-songwriter, who passed away on this day 40 years ago.
Guitarist-singer Jon Pousette-Dart leads the pop-rock group on "Long Legs," "Gotta Get Away" and other tunes from Never Enough.
Singer Margo Timmins, who turns 55 today, leads the Canadian band on "Miles From Our Home" and "My Little Basquiat" at the Folk Festival.
The Canadian guitarist-singer-songwriter plays "Hot Love," "Foolin' Yourself" and others from his double platinum self-titled solo debut.
The guitarist, who turns 61 today, unleashes his fabled chops on an instrumental medley of "Eruption/Spanish Fly/Cathedral" in this playlist.
The Canadian rockers play "Big City Girls" and other tunes from Nature of the Beast and also cover King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man."
The long Island-based rockers play their hits "Godzilla," "Hot Rails To Hell" and "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" in this 1982 set from Worcester.
Guitarist-singer-songwriter Billy Corgan leads the band on "The Imploding Voice" and new tunes from Machina/The Machines of God
The enigmatic "Excitable Boy," born on this day in 1947, performs "Werewolves of London" and his ode to quirky Red Sox pitcher Bill Lee.
Singer Robin Zander, who turns 63 today, leads the power pop group on "I Want You To Want Me" and a cover of "Magical Mystery Tour."
The singer, who turns 67 today, premieres with the San Francisco band on "Wheel in the Sky" and other tunes from Infinity in this '78 set.
The late New Orleans guitar great, who would've turned 80 today, joins the Mardi Gras Indian troupe on "Smoke My Peace Pipe" in this '74 set.
The British synth-pop duo plays their hit singles "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" and "Shout" on their Songs From the Big Chair tour.
After a 15-year hiatus from recording, the trio just released a single from its upcoming We Can Do Anything. Hear them at Tramps in 1999.
The Roots drummer turns 45 today. See them play "Without a Doubt" and other tunes from Things Fall Apart at the '99 Woodstock festival.
The bluesy singer, who would've turned 73 today, belts with passion and soul on "Down On Me" and "Ball and Chain" in this documentary.
On this day in 1971, the Beatles' tune was played in court during the Sharon Tate murder trial. Hear three takes on that intense anthem.
Guitarist and founding member of The Eagles died today at age 67. Hear him perform "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and "Lyin' Easy" in 1982.
On this day in 1980, The Wall hit #1. Hear the David Gilmour-Nick Mason-Richard Wright edition play tunes from that classic in 1988.
The singer-rapper formerly known as Robert Ritchie turns 47 today. See him perofmr "Devil Without a Cause" on his White Trash on Dope tour.
Guitarist-singer John Hall leads the pop-rock band on "Dance With Me," "Cold Spell" and other tunes from their third album, Let There Be Music.
The late Lynyrd Skynyrd frontman, who would've turned 68 today, leads the southern rockers on "Free Bird" and "Sweet Home Alabama" in 1976.
Singer Martha Davis fronts the L.A. new wave band on "Bonjour Baby," "Party Professionals" and other tunes from their album Careful.
On this day in 1978, punk rockers Johnny Rotten, Sid Vicious, Steve Jones and Paul Cook played their final concert together at Winterland.
The prolific composer and quintessential New Orleans pianist would've turned 78 today. Hear several artists pay tribute to him in this playlist.
The ex-Nirvana drummer, who turns 47 today, makes his debut as a guitarist with his new band Foo Fighters in this 1995 Tramps set.
The soul icon, who died on this day in 1979, performs his classic "Someday We'll All Be Free" and new tunes from Extensions of a Man.
The R&B singer, who died on this day in 2010, performs "Joy," "Turn Off the Lights" and "Truly Blessed" in this 2002 video from Los Angeles.
On this day in 1974, Miller's "The Joker" went to #1 on the charts. Hear him open this hit-laden concert with that self-referential anthem.