Jerry Lee Lewis, who shook up the rock 'n' roll world in 1957 with "Great Balls of Fire" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," kills it in this '81 set.
Bassist-singer Les Claypool, who turns 52 today, leads the band on "To Defy the Laws of Tradition" and "Hear Come the Bastards" in this set.
Billy Gibbons leads the bearded power trio on "Cheap Sunglasses," "La Grange," "Tush" and a cover of "Jailhouse Rock" in this 1980 set.
The late singer, who would've turned 77 today, talks about his gospel and doo-wop roots, The Drifters and his hit song "Stand By Me" in '86.
Mr. Loaf (aka Marvin Lee Aday) turns 68 today. Hear him perform Jim Steinman's rock operetta "Paradise By The Dashboard Light" in 1977.
Guitarist and Bachman-Turner Overdrive co-founder Randy Bachman turns 72 today. Hear the Canadian band in this '74 set from Chicago.
The Grateful Dead guitarist switches to pedal steel guitar on "Six Days on the Road," "Dirty Business" and "Honky Tonk Women" in this '71 set.
Harmonica ace John Popper jams with guest guitarist Carlos Santana on "Mountain Jam" from the band's second album, Travelers and Thieves.
The guitar hero fronts a killer band featuring Ron Wood on bass and Rod Stewart on vocals on "Jeff's Boogie," "You Shook Me" and others.
The Bronx-born singer-songwriter premieres "Crazy Love," "American Dreamer" and other tunes from her seventh album The Nest.
Bruce Springsteen turns 66 today. Hear him perform several of his classic tunes with the E Street Band in this playlist spanning '73-'88.
The reggae superstar played his last concert on this day in 1980. Hear him perform "No Woman, No Cry," "Rebel Music" and others in 1978.
The tough rocker, who turns 57 today, plays her hit "I Love Rock 'N Roll" and covers "Wooly Bully," "Bits And Pieces," "Star Star" and "Rebel Rebel."
Hear Slowhand interpret popular tunes by Elvis Presley, Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, J.J. Cale, Otis Rush and Rodgers & Hammerstein in this playlist.
Dean and Gene Ween lead the alt-rock group on "Voodoo Lady," "I Can't Put My Finger On It" and other tunes from Chocolate and Cheese.
The guitarist-producer, who turns 63 today, plays his '70s hits "Le Freak," "Everybody Dance" and "Good Times" in this '98 Chic reunion.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter, who died on this day in 1973, plays "Cosmic American Music" with the Flying Burrito Brothers in this '69 set.
The iconic guitarist, who died on this day in 1970, stretches on "Machine Gun" and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" at the Fillmore West.
The longtime Allman Brothers Band guitarist plays "Tattoos and Cigarettes," "Angel City" and more from Tales of Ordinary Madness.
The guitarist-singer-songwriter performs his '80s anthem "The Breakup Song (They Don't Write 'Em)" and other tunes from Rockihnroll.
KRS-One gets the crowd psyched with his version of "7 Dee Jays" from Edutainment in this 1990 set from the Oakland Coliseum Stadium.
Chrissie Hynde leads the Brit band on their hit song "Brass in Pocket"," "Tattooed Love Boys" and other tunes from their self-titled debut LP.
The pioneering punk guitarist (aka John Cummings) died on this day in 2004. Hear him fire up The Ramones on "Rockaway Beach" in a '79 set.
The British Invasion band plays "Catch Me Now I'm Falling" and songs from Low Budget as well as classics like "Lola" and "You Really Got Me."
The guitarist-singer leads the Heartbreakers on their hit singles "American Girl" and "Breakdown" in this newly improved concert.
The proto-punk rockers play their raging "Black to Comm" and blazing versions of Sun Ra's "Starship" and Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti" in 1968.
Singer David Clayton-Thomas, who turns 74 today, leads the band on "Lucretia MacEvil" and "Spinning Wheel" in this powerhouse set.
Guitarist-singer Lowell George leads the group on "Cold Cold Cold," "Tripe Face Boogie" and more from Sailin' Shoes in this Halloween show.
Bryan Ferry leads the influential British group on tunes from Manifesto and classics like "Love Is the Drug," "Do the Strand" and "Casanova."
The Aerosmith guitarist, who officially becomes a senior citizen today, plays tunes from his Let The Music Do The Talking in this 1980 set.
The Brit pop/ska band plays infectious numbers like "House of Fun," "Baggy Trousers," "One Step Beyond" and their hit "Our House" in 1983.
Gregg Allman, currently on tour in support of his new live album, Back to Macon, GA, performs alongside brother Duane in this 1970 video.
The Austin-based guitarist-singer-songwriter, whose album The Story of Sonny Boy Slim drops on 9/11, unleashes at Good Danny's in 2012.
The late organist-vocalist (aka Ron McKernan), born on this day in 1945, leads the Grateful Dead on "Turn On Your Love Light" in 1968.
The former frontwoman for Big Brother & the Holding Company sings "Raise Your Hand," "Piece of My Heart" and "Ball of Chain" in 1969.
The influential rock 'n' roll pioneer was born on this day in 1936. Hear the Grateful Dead, Joe Ely, Dylan and the Stones play his classic tunes.
The sardonic songwriter, who died on this day in 2003, plays "Lawyers, Guns and Money," "Poor Poor Pitiful Me" and "Werewolves of London."
The Pretenders frontwoman covers the Beatles' "In My Life" and Bob Dylan's "Property of Jesus" in this set from Royal Albert Hall in '86.
Roger Waters, who turns 72 today, leads the group on Wish You Were Here, performed in its entirety, and an encore of "Money" in this '77 set.
The late lead singer of Queen, who would've turned 69 today, performs a passionate rendition of "Spread Your Wings" in a '77 studio recording.
Son of Frank, who turns 46 today, plays his father's "Keep It Greasy" and "Baby Snakes" in this soundcheck from 2010.
Following his Madison Square Garden show, the Purple One hosts an after-party jam featuring special guests Larry Graham and Chaka Khan.
Drummer Gene Parsons, who turns 71 today, fuels this 1970 set that includes "Mr. Tambourine Man," "Eight Miles High" and "Mr. Spaceman."
The power popsters perform their big hit "My Sharona" while covering songs by Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, the Beatles and the Boss.
The chameleonic pop superstar performs tunes from Never Let Me Down and classics like "Fame" and "Young Americans" in Montreal.
Twenty years after disbanding, the Memphis power pop band, led by singer-songwriter-guitarist Alex Chilton, reformed with a new lineup.
The organist-singer-songwriter, born on this day in 1946, plays his hits "Nothing From Nothing" and "Will It Go Round in Circles" in this '96 set.
The Havana-born singer, who turns 58 today, performs her '80s hits "Conga," "1-2-3" and "Get On Your Feet" in this 2000 concert.